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First of all, we need to determine what laws this new hybrid gun falls under. We got a normal shotgun, which in itself might be under the National Firearms Act (NFA) a Class 3 Destructive device, but most aren't. So, let's assume "Shotzooka" is a standard Remington 870. Because Billy wants his gun to be more compact, he shortens the gun with a ...


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I used photoshop to do rough calculations. Using Kyle's height as a reference point (162cm / 5ft 4"), as this is what was listed on his arrest warrant. I roughly measured his rifle to be 80cm (31.4") long from the very end of the stock to the very tip of the barrel. So it is definitely longer than 26" overall as per the second clause in ...


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In lieu of taking an answer as solid advice, I would suggest confirming with the ATF or a licensed ATF firearm dealer to confirm Arizona law does not conflict with state law. It is common and here's an article about that very topic.


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Reference also: What needs to be done if I'm inheriting a gun? In Arizona, as in most of the United States, most firearms are not "registered" in any sense.* Therefore, absent a will directing otherwise: For purposes of spousal inheritance, firearms are treated the same way as any other communal chattels. I.e., a wife presumably maintains ...


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There are no rules against private sales of firearms in Arizona. If you (or your mother) own the guns, you can sell them to anyone you like unless you have reason to believe they are a prohibited possessor. There is no legal requirement for you to validate their identity. There is no limit on the number of guns you can sell to one person. A bill of sale is ...


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Yes. if this then makes person C feel threatened, if then A and C end up in a standoff aiming their gun at the other, would then both people have a legitimate case if they claim self-defense for shooting the other, or not? For a legitimate self-defense case one needs to "reasonably believe that he or she is ... in imminent danger of death or serious ...


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Rules about self-defense in the US vary from state to state, but generally a person can raise a defense that they legally used deadly self-defense if they had a reasonable fear of death or grievous bodily harm, with some exceptions (exactly how these are worded changes from state to state): A person often cannot claim self defense if they are already ...


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A "short-barreled rifle" is defined under Wisconsin law as a rifle having one or more barrels having a length of less than 16 inches measured from closed breech or bolt face to muzzle or a rifle having an overall length of less than 26 inches. It is reported that AR-15 rifles can have barrel lengths between 7" to 24": there is no clear ...


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