Originally Posted by Barney Stinson
Well, it's wood, not semi-automatic, so it's probably not the type of gun to have ever been issued to a military unit. So by that means you should be safe from the new gun restriction focus. By the way, 119 and you said "very tempted"? I would have said "very purchased".
Maybe you can shave the trigger group and make it a semi-auto someday after all the "Military Issued weapons" are destroyed by the Neo-Socialist Reich of America.
for the idiots that don't know me - J/K
Sadly, since it has a bayonet, it is considered to be an "assault" rifle, at least in places like New York. If a rifle has a bayonet, or even a bayonet mount, OH MY GOD WHAT HAPPENS IF IT FALLS INTO THE WRONG HANDS THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's right - an antiquated bolt-action rifle that holds FIVE ROUNDS is considered an "assault" rifle because of a ****ing bayonet.
Because, as you're all aware, the recent wave of bayonet murders in this country is truly appalling.