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The key to interpreting that sentence is "against large wildlife". Any regulations regarding the use of weapons (like the ones outlined by ohwilleke) would apply regardless of what you're shooting at. In that particular sentence, they're calling out large wildlife to indicate that legality aside, defending yourself with a firearm in those ...


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Gun University has a lengthy article on the topic. They point out that there is no precise definition for "readily restored," but there is case law. They cite United States v. one TRW Model M14, 7.62 Caliber Rifle from William K. Alverson: Just as the GCA does not define “readily converted,” the NFA does not define “readily restored.” However, ...


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