What he is stating is, as far as pre-ban and post-ban is concerned, the date of manufacture of the BSA has nothing to do with Ruger 1022. If your SAW was built into a whole SAW, or in a complete kit form, before Sept. 13, 1994 (The Date), you are the lucky owner of a pre-ban receiver. If the gun was built after this date, or if the receiver was without all of the parts to make a SAW as of The Date, then it is post-ban. Let me give you a few examples…
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The original of the paperwork, particularly any that have tax stamps on them (Form 1 or 4) should be kept in a safe place. ATF can demand to see the form (see below on your 4th amendment rights). On a tax paid transfer, ATF puts a tax stamp, like a postage stamp (or like the one that caused the American colonists to take up arms), on the document. You paid $200 (or $5) for it, and it is worth that. It is unwise to lose the original form. They should be kept in a safe deposit box. Tax exempt forms (Form 2, 3, 5, 6, 10) have no tax stamp, and a copy of the form from ATF, should the original be lost, will be fine. ATF can give you a new tax stamp should you lose one, but expect a hard time, and they have discretion in doing it. It is not unheard of for ATF to have no record in their computer of a weapon registered to you. The paperwork can avoid a lot of hassles. Additionally, if the gun in question is a machine gun, not having the paperwork can lead to being charged with a violation of 18 USC sec. 922(o). A federal circuit court of appeals has ruled (U.S. v. Just, 74 F.3d 902 (8th Cir. 1996)) that sec. 922(o) prohibits possessing all machine guns, and it is an affirmative defense to such a charge that the weapon was legally possessed before it took effect. It is up to the defendant to prove such a defense, but usually by a lower evidentiary standard than the government needs to prove to show a criminal violation (usually preponderance of the evidence versus beyond a reasonable doubt). It is not up to the government to prove the weapon was not registered, for a charge under sec. 922(o). If you don’t have the paperwork, and it isn’t in ATF’s computer, (it is likely they will check, even though they don’t have to prove non- registration, they don’t want someone to wave a registration form in their face during a trial) you can have a serious problem.
The EOTech holographic sight features a heads up design that allows both eyes to be open in order to maintain peripheral vision and depth perception while shooting. It features an sleek and unobtrusive low profile design that points naturally. The reticle is a 65 MOA open circle with a 1 MOA aiming dot in the center, providing fast target acquisition and precise aiming options. The model 551 N is 4″ in overall length and runs for 200 hours on a set of N batteries. The 551 N also includes a toggle switch that immediately lowers the light intensity for use with night vision without any halo effect. Attention! MidwayUSA welcomes returns, for credit or refund, of product in new, unaltered condition. Please understand that we cannot accept returns on Scopes or Red Dot Sights that have been mounted unless you find they are defective.
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7606. Entry of premises for examination of taxable objects. (a) Entry during day. The Secretary may enter, in the daytime, any building or place where any articles or objects subject to tax are made, produced, or kept, so far as it may be necessary for the purpose of examining said articles or objects. (b) Entry at night. When such premises are open at night, the Secretary may enter them while so open, in the performance of his official duties. (c) Penalties For penalty for refusal to permit entry or examination, see section 7342.
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In addition any NFA weapon EVER transferred or registered in violation of the Act is subject to civil forfeiture. See 26 USC sec. 5872. A forfeiture proceeding is separate from any criminal prosecution, and a resolution of a criminal proceeding in favor of the defendant will not preclude a forfeiture action. See U.S. v. One Assortment of Eighty-Nine Firearms, 465 U.S. 354 (1984).
Law enforcement, states, and local governments are totally exempt from the making and transfer (either to or from) taxes, but must comply with the registration requirements. While the NFA only specifically provides that there is no transfer tax due when the US government is the transferee, (26 USC sec. 5852(a)), or a state governmental entity (26 USC sec. 5853(a)), ATF has made up an exemption from the transfer tax where any US or state governmental entity is the transferor, see ATF Chief Counsel Opinion numbers 20023 and 20400. Abuse of that exemption, as in transferring guns through governmental entities so as to avoid transfer taxes, has been prosecuted. See U.S. v. Fleming, 19 F.3d 1325 (10th Cir. 1994).