Actually says "folding stock," in the description.
Nice firearm though.
Extreme NE TN/W NC ya'll. 😁
He Has it listed as a semi auto pistol, not under NFA items.
Yes, he needs to take that stock off ASAP.
Men in cheap suits: “Where’d you get this gun, boy?”Buyer: “ I bought it from Raidernationjustwin in Edmunds, Washington.”
Emailed him: Hey Bud, Unless this CZ of yours is registered as a NFA
SBR you currently have an illegal gun. You cant legally put a stock and
forward grip on a pistol without doing a Form 1 with the ATF. If
I were you, I'd take this auction down, take the stock and foregrip
off, take a picture of it with those items off to the side and relist
it. Right now you're looking at trouble. Regards, His response: This item is solely sold as a pistol and will be shipped that way. The
vertical grip and stock will be shipped separately. It is up to buyer to
have form 1 to apply furniture. I have confirmed this with the atf
since this gun has always been pistol. Thank you for your concern
It’s all kinda silly if you think about it.
Go with God.
Chme nailed it.
NR buyer (registered on 9/9/2020...when he placed his first bid for this listing) hit the BuyNow! for $2100. Luck to both parties.
He Has it listed as a semi auto pistol, not under NFA items. Yes, he needs to take that stock off ASAP.
Constructive possession is a myth but non of that matters anyway as he put pictures of an illegal sbr on a public site for all to see.
Like Mark stated, he provided the only evidence they would need with his pictures.
mark christian said:
On the subject of myths: there is a misconception that a Class 3 dealer is allowed to purchase unregistered NFA weapons (such as the CZ) or to register NFA weapons tax free. This is incorrect. The Class 3 allows me to purchase registered NFA weapons without paying the $200 tax, but what we were looking at was an unregistered SBR. No one, no matter their FFL/SOT, could have legally purchased that firearm. Had it been knocked down (no stock and no vertical front grip) then yes, the buyer could have filed a Form 1, paid the $200 "making tax", had it properly registered and then assemble it.