And they probably would not meet BATF version of semi auto. I remember Canada(a few years back) would allow full auto's to semi auto's as long as the full auto sears were removed (AR-10's and 15's). Some European countries consider the parts the gun not the recievers.
Contact148, I know a freind of mine had a fishing/hunting type place with cabins in Canada and I could barely beleive it when I seen his type of semi's. Your right they were full auto's with certain parts removed.
I wonder if they allow the Nazi marks to stay if they are actually selling to a German market? A friend just came back from there and he was asking around about Nazi items. He was warned by a local to keep it quiet about that subject or he may end up in a German pokey:: .....Kev:
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