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They may not exist "Yet" but if this bill signed into law today here in Alaska.............. John Brownings of the United States unite and move to Alaska!!!!
Build it for yourself, and dont take it outta the state or sell them and I think you are good to go......Now wheres my Austrailian Charlton Lee Enfeild conversion from bolt to light machinegun plans...how it gonna work on my M-44??

http://gov.alaska.gov/parnell/press-...e.html?pr=5387

Read it and weep with joy!
I hope this takes hold and spreds to the states that are still "free"..........~~LOL!!~~
 

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Thats crazy!! I tested the link myself and it was a press relase about the govonor of Alaska signed a bill that exepts all gun and ammo manufacturers from federal law if they make products that are kept with in the state.

Big Brother lurks....lemme look it up and post back.
 

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Governor Parnell Signs Three BillsFirearms, Goldstream Public Use Area
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

No. 10-0102

THERE;

May 27, 2010, Anchorage, Alaska – Governor Sean Parnell today signed legislation relating to firearms. House Bill 186, the Firearms Freedom Act sponsored by Representative Mike Kelly, establishes that a personal firearm, firearm accessory or ammunition that is made either commercially or privately in Alaska and that remains in the state is not subject to federal law or regulation.




“HB 186 is about our individual freedoms as Americans,” Governor Parnell said. “It’s about providing for and protecting our families. It’s about standing up for state’s rights. And it frees the State of Alaska from restrictive federal firearm regulation and allows us to take responsible firearm regulation into our own hands.”

House Bill 319 changes statutes on Alaska concealed handgun permits. HB 319, sponsored by Representative Mike Hawker, clarifies that a permit does not have to be surrendered when it expires or when a permit holder moves out of the state. The bill also clarifies that an expired permit can be displayed, as long as the permit holder is not claiming that it is a valid permit. It also requires the Department of Public Safety to mail a notice to the permit holder at least 90 days prior to the expiration of a permit.

Governor Parnell also signed legislation making the Goldstream Public Use Area (GPUA) permanent. The GPUA encompasses nearly 2,000 acres of state land and has a growing network of trails and is utilized year round by outdoor enthusiasts. It was established in 1990 by Senator Bettye Fahrenkamp and Representative Mike Davis and was set to sunset on July 1. Senate Bill 195, sponsored by Senator Joe Thomas, repeals the sunset provision.



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Good luck to Alaska and the other states that are asserting their states rights. The Feds will probably use our tax money to sue them in court to overturn their attempts at freedom from big brothers yoke. BTW, The Charlton Lee-Enfield LMG conversions were done in New Zealand not in Australia. According to D.N. Bolotin's book, Soviet Small-Arms and Ammunition, some of the early Russian attempts at automatic rifles were based on converted Mosin-Nagants.
 

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Well. I wish you Alaskans the best of luck...but I don't think it will work. Didn't another State already try this?
Maybe Alaska should just go ahead and Secede? I'd move up in a heartbeat if you did.
 

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there was a couple of states recently(in the past 2 months) that signed the if its built here (same state as owner) it doesnt have to go thru the nics backgroud check and the federal governmant basically said you cant do that and our law overrides yours, so the states are suing the gov
 

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No, I dont hunt with an M-44, but I did have one a few years back, just wasnt accurate enough for me.


I find this interesting, Navygunner.

" According to D.N. Bolotin's book, Soviet Small-Arms and Ammunition, some of the early Russian attempts at automatic rifles were based on converted Mosin-Nagants."


Yaaaaaaaaaaaaa............now for the parts kit..........What model Mosin were they?~~LOL!!~~
 
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