Typically, John Q public thinks that the “Internet gun buyer” is either purchasing guns illegally or somehow attempting to skirt the law – as if it’s so easy to do.This stigma is often reinforced every time some crazy-ass whack job uses a gun he/she bought using the FFL transfer method to shoot up a public place.
FN is headquartered in (the French part of) Belgium, just outside the city of Liege.
Unlike quite a few other firearms companies in Europe, FN actually started out as a gun factory.
Since its inception in 1889, the company has gone on to produce such all-time greats as the FN FAL, the P35 (Browning) Hi-Power, and the M240-series medium machine guns currently in use by the US military.
If only I had a dollar for every time I’ve been asked if my suppressors, machineguns, or short-barrel shotguns were legal, I wouldn’t have to work in order to afford more of them.
The fact is, in most of the United States, those weapons are 100% legal for civilians to own, as long as they are properly registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE), and the proper taxes are paid for their transfer.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA34, or just NFA) and the process necessary to own these weapons.Like many who have stumbled across this site, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the political and economic situation our country finds itself in.The statement (as Rush Limbaugh often says) “ignorance is our most expensive commodity” rings truer by the day, as we have apparently elected a President and Congress that are hell bent on destroying the liberty, freedom, and wealth of this nation – and thus the concept we all know as America.information portal for firearms articles, news, how-to's, and reviews to the non-professional enthusiast.The site will be updated regularly with our opinions and the experiences we've had along the way.We also hope to make this site as much a part of your lives as it is ours, so we urge each and every one of you to share your writing skill and penmanship with us. -The Country Boy Artillery Staff A phrase often tossed around in ‘gun enthusiast’ circles is “Every serious gun owner should have a .22 LR.” The little pills are cheap to buy in bulk and keep you practicing all day for relatively little money… While I wholeheartedly agree with the premise that ‘trigger time’ helps improve your skill regardless of the caliber you shoot, I must admit that I don’t always adhere to the rules. If I’m going to undergo the task of packing up, getting my wife or shooting buddy to drive 35 miles to the range with me, and clean whatever guns we shoot afterwards – I want to pack something with a punch!