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#19 - Picture 8 hours ago on RIP Pepe +27
#157 - that is, 5% Reported unemployment. The rates are much higher…  [+] (1 reply) 13 hours ago on Congress turns over Obama veto +3
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#160 - lean (13 hours ago) [-]
Right. Unemployment rate = people actively searching for jobs in the last 30 days but not employed. The Labor participation rate is roughly 62%.

That means 38% of the country who can work currently do not even try to find jobs. They live off of the government. Guess which party they vote for.......
#23915 - Bear with me, im not THAT versed in these terms. I w…  [+] (2 replies) 09/29/2016 on /guns/ board 0
#23916 - supercanadian (4 hours ago) [-]
FFL = Federal Firearms License.

For ARs the only part that's actually considered a "gun" in the eyes of the law is the lower receiver which is the part that houses the trigger and accepts the magazine. In order to buy a lower you need to get it from an FFL holder (gun store basically) or have it shipped to one to pick up.

Alternatively you could just make your own lower by buying an 80% lower (as in 80% complete) and machining it into a real lower. I don't recommend this for first timers. It's legal though because any lower that's only 80% complete or less is not considered a gun by the law.

Building an AR is not difficult. My first AR was a custom build that I put together in a few hours after doing research and buying parts online. A novice can do it in 2-4 hours with some youtube videos, a bench vise and some other tools. It's also immensely more satisfying to build your own AR than to buy one off the shelf.
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#23917 - duudegladiator (4 hours ago) [-]
In that case I think im going to do FFL lower. I was already planning on shipping it to one of my local gun stores, so that works out perfectly .
#330638 - Can't break Da Rules if I never do... that.  [+] (2 replies) 09/28/2016 on Pleasant Board +2
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#330643 - fizzor (09/28/2016) [-]
good lad
stay on the path of righteousness and you'll get plenty of bitches and money cominh ur way
#330651 - duudegladiator (09/28/2016) [-]
#34 - Picture 09/28/2016 on Trumper Comp59 +5
#23897 - So. Here's my situation, I have a bolt action, and a shotgun, …  [+] (6 replies) 09/28/2016 on /guns/ board 0
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#23907 - Sewallman (09/29/2016) [-]
Do you plan on purchasing an FFL lower or milling and 80%?
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#23915 - duudegladiator (09/29/2016) [-]
Bear with me, im not THAT versed in these terms.

I was looking at getting a complete rifle kit or pre-assembled rifle. What is the difference between the FFL lower/Milling and 80%?

Is one easier to deal with?
#23916 - supercanadian (4 hours ago) [-]
FFL = Federal Firearms License.

For ARs the only part that's actually considered a "gun" in the eyes of the law is the lower receiver which is the part that houses the trigger and accepts the magazine. In order to buy a lower you need to get it from an FFL holder (gun store basically) or have it shipped to one to pick up.

Alternatively you could just make your own lower by buying an 80% lower (as in 80% complete) and machining it into a real lower. I don't recommend this for first timers. It's legal though because any lower that's only 80% complete or less is not considered a gun by the law.

Building an AR is not difficult. My first AR was a custom build that I put together in a few hours after doing research and buying parts online. A novice can do it in 2-4 hours with some youtube videos, a bench vise and some other tools. It's also immensely more satisfying to build your own AR than to buy one off the shelf.
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#23917 - duudegladiator (4 hours ago) [-]
In that case I think im going to do FFL lower. I was already planning on shipping it to one of my local gun stores, so that works out perfectly .
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#23898 - flnonymousseven (09/28/2016) [-]
I built my first semi. but it was pistol caliber no real threat of blowing up in my face and not a precision rifle. so that wasn't a concern. I still fucked up the finish because I didn't have the right tools, but it works.

if you're concerned with precision, leave it to the pros, but if not, try it. there are tutorials out there. the best thing about pre built is that if you have a problem, you can contact the manufacturer and they'll help you.