This baby right here scares the sh*t out of me. It's big, really loud, and deadly. But, in the spirit of facing your fears- I decided to shoot it anyways! And I'm glad I did it. .
It's normal to have self-doubts and fears, but they shouldn't dictate your life. If you want something, make it happen. No matter how scary it is at the time, it's worth it. Even if it doesn't go the way you want it to, you attempted something you were scared about- and to me that's pretty brave 😘
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- A gun parts entrepreneur believes he has found a way around restrictions that shot down so-called “build parties” in which machine shops would be used to convert “80% lower receivers” into firearms. Stephen Bozich, has created Armed & Safe Firearm Training Academy, and proposes conducting classes as a way around government-defined “engaged in the business” proscriptions. “This is the critical standard the ATF uses to determine if an entity (be it an individual, a corporation, or anything in between) requires an FFL,” Bozich says, “[I]t is important to remember that ATF has consistently stated that it is lawful for an individual to manufacture his/her/its own firearm, without need to mark it, provided that he/she/it has no intent to sell or distribute it,” firearms attorney Joshua Prince wrote in January, 2015, after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive issued a new rule. ATF Rule 2015-1, put the kibosh on the parties: