semi automatic guns legal
Semi automatic guns legal; The B&T APC9 9mm semi-automatic pistol is the commercial variant of the highly acclaimed APC submachinegun which is in use by elite military and law enforcement units around the globe. Made in Switzerland using state of the art materials and manufacturing methods, the APC9 semi-automatic pistol is a masterpiece of Swiss precision. B&T AG is a global industry leader in military and law enforcement weapon systems and accessories.
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS:
- System: Closed bolt blow back
- Operation: Semi-automatic
- Caliber: 9 x 19 mm
- Barrel length: Cold Hammer Forged 175 mm (6.88″)
- Barrel twist: 1:10
- Muzzle feature: H&K 3-Lug
- Sights: Integral flush-profile flip-up (front/rear)
- Optional optic: Aimpoint Micro TL with B&T throw-lever mount*
- Charging handle: Right/Left interchangeable
- Handling: Ambidextrous safety selector, magazine release and bolt hold open
- Pistol grip feature: Integral storage (non-watertight)
- Buttcap feature: Dual-feature B&T folding stock adapter/AR buffer tube adapter with QD swivel sling loop
- Included: One 30 round magazine, sling, cleaning kit, manual, hard case
*The Aimpoint Micro TL is the European 4 MOA model without NV settings
This item is restricted in certain states. All Federal, State and Local laws apply.
What is an Assault Rifle?
According to the U.S. Army definition, an assault rifle is a selective-fire weapon chambered for an intermediate cartridge. Intermediate cartridges are more powerful than pistol cartridges but less than full-size rifle cartridges. Examples include 5.56x45mm NATO, 7.62x39mm, or 5.45x39mm.
Under United States federal law, all selective-fire weapons fall under the legal definition of a machine gun.
The government regulates machine under three federal gun laws: the National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA), the Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA), and a section of the Firearms Owners Protection Act of 1986 (FOPA) referred to as the Hughes Amendment.
These laws are enforced by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) in all fifty states and US territories, including the District of Columbia.
In effect, these laws prohibit the possession of assault rifles and other machine guns unless the buyer fulfills many prohibitive criteria: