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    as many of yall know i have a 10/22 with a side folding stock,making it a handgun in MI.



    a friend offered me a vertical foregrip for it.



    before i do anything with it i got to thinking...



    as per NFA regulations,handguns must be registered as an AOW if they have a vertical foregrip.

    heres where it gets tricky.

    state has no laws regarding foregrips on handguns,as they just follow federal law,that i am aware of.

    by federal definition it is a long arm,so by that i would not need register as an AOW.

    but michigan it is a handgun,which tells me that'd it would have to be registered.



    so my question is,though federally it is long arm,since in MI it is a handgun,would i have to make it an AOW to keep legal?



    this would apply toalmost anybody else with a folding and/or collapsible stock on a long arm/handgun in MI too...


    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    as many of yall know i have a 10/22 with a side folding stock,making it a handgun in MI.



    a friend offered me a vertical foregrip for it.



    before i do anything with it i got to thinking...



    as per NFA regulations,handguns must be registered as an AOW if they have a vertical foregrip.

    heres where it gets tricky.

    state has no laws regarding foregrips on handguns,as they just follow federal law,that i am aware of.

    by federal definition it is a long arm,so by that i would not need register as an AOW.

    but michigan it is a handgun,which tells me that'd it would have to be registered.



    so my question is,though federally it is long arm,since in MI it is a handgun,would i have to make it an AOW to keep legal?



    this would apply toalmost anybody else with a folding and/or collapsible stock on a long arm/handgun in MI too...

    Lil, it has already been discussed on this thread beginning on Page 4. Just ignor the snobbery and focus on the pertinent information.

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum30/35196.html

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    works for me,thanks!



    i only read into page 3 on that thread before,no wonder i didnt see it
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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