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    Posted: 06 Oct 2018 at 11:12am
In Georgia we can and do legally own a fully automatic weapons as long as you have a Class III Stamp, so no need for a bump stock. They have just gotten kind of on the expensive side. Last one I saw was a Thompson for $25,000.
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How was the bump stock packaged and labeled?

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Today I received from UPS a scabbard for my sawed-off shotgun. This is a nylon sheath which holds the shotgun. It has Mole straps for attachment to a vest, and loops for additional shells. I think just the fact that I ordered this rig would be a good indicator that I am old enough to have some common sense. Plus that I seem to legally own such a weapon. Indicating again that I may have passed a background check or two. Anyway the plastic bag it is wrapped in has two warnings that I should keep it out of the reach of small children. The plastic is so thick, I had to use a knife to cut it open to get the scabbard out. Then the scabbard itself has a warning about putting a loaded shotgun in the scabbard. These Lawyers are getting out of hand. Where is the personal responsibility. You have one group of Lawyers looking to sue, and another group looking to indemnify the manufacturer. Sure produces a lot of income for the legal class I would think. Hopefully at 71 I have enough common sense to know what to do with the scabbard and the wrapper. I also believe the 62 year old I got it for will properly use it strapped to his wheelchair to retain his weapon in the public housing unit he lives in. It is a shame, but sometimes folks have to look out for themselves because the Police are only ten minutes away, and my friend likes to sit on his porch in the evening and mornings.  
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