A registered sear or machine gun overides the AOW status when it is placed in the tactical briefcase thus not requiring the AOW paperwork. The same can be said with a sbr...... when a registered sear etc. is in the rifle, you do not need to register the rifle as a sbr. However if you remove the lower (registered sear) you would have an illegal short barreled rifle. Same with the k grip on the sp89 and so on.......Does a registered sear or receiver negate the need for AOW status? I was kinda sorta under the impression that you'd need to have the weapon registered as an AOW whether it was otherwise registered as a MG or not.
So, is AOW status only needed for a semi-auto version?
so from what I understand becuase the briefcase is registered as an AOW you'd actually have to find a case for the briefcase if you were to transport it, which would also mean no carrying around an SP89 for "self defense"
oft repeated errors: the operational briefcase or operationalAow registration is required when a semi auto pistol is placed in the case.
i gets your drift. perhaps we're parsing nits over semantics.yes but from what I understand once you stick the mp5 in the case the entire system is considered a weapon thus my question about the legality of actually carrying it around.
oft repeated errors: the operational briefcase or operational
holster is never the registered item. it is only the firearm
which is registered. the operational cases are sold w/o
restriction, in and of itself.
Agree, the firearm is the registered part of the equation. Same with the infamous "wallet holster"........ pistol must be registered as an AOW.
Correctamundo - the briefcase is just a briefcase. If you own the SP89 that fits inside it, the SP89 must have the AOW (or apparently a registered MG will suffice) to also own the briefcase.i gets your drift. perhaps we're parsing nits over semantics.
again, the enclosure is *never* considered a weapon. Only
the firearm is.
If you're referring to a semi-auto, which will function within
the case, it's moot, as the only legal way you can have
the two parts under your control, in your possession or
even own at the same time is after you've been approved
to make an AOW SP-89 et al. As such, transportation
isn't a concern.
If you've already been approved to have an SP-89 with
K-grip, then you can own or possess the operational case.
you fall under the umbrella of NFA when you are in possession
of both the firearm, plus the operational case which is designed
for it. matters not a wit that the the firearm is not inserted
within. mere possession crosses the threshold.