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The rule goes into effect on the date of publication in the Federal Register. The rule allows for a 120-day period for manufacturers, dealers, and individuals to register tax-free any existing NFA short-barreled rifles covered by the rule. Other options including removing the stabilizing brace to return the firearm to a pistol or surrendering covered short-barreled rifles to ATF. Nothing in this rule bans stabilizing braces or the use of stabilizing braces on pistols.
A Las Vegas man made his initial appearance in federal court yesterday for allegedly possessing a machine gun, and for allegedly engaging in the manufacturing and selling of privately made firearms, including machine gun conversion devices commonly referred to as “Glock Switches” — which are designed to convert semi-automatic pistols to fire automatically — without a Federal Firearms License (FFL).
There is some confusion as to whether AB 286 is in effect and can be enforced. The answer... Yes and No.
A lawsuit filed by the parents of one of the 1 October victims was struck down by Nevada's Supreme Court on Thursday December 2nd, 2021.
While Not Yet Official, the Honorable Judge John P. Schlegelmilch of the 3rd District Court in Lyon County stated he would be issuing summary judgment in favor of Polymer80, Inc. Sometime in December 2021.
Polymer80®, Inc., a Dayton, Nevada-based company and premier manufacturer of 80% products and complete serialized pistols, has obtained a Preliminary Injunction barring Governor Stephen Sisolak and other State of Nevada Officials from enforcing key portions of Nevada Assembly Bill 286 (“AB 286”).
Polymer80® Takes Governor Sisolak Of Nevada And Other State Officials To Court Over The Recently Passed AB 286
As anticipated, the Firearms Policy Coalition files lawsuit to stop AB 286 from taking effect just a mere three days after it is signed by Nevada Governor Sisolak.
On Monday June 7th Governor Steve Sisolak signed AB 286 which makes it a crime to have an unserialized firearm, even if it is an unfinished receiver (aka 80% lower/receiver). The new law will officially go into effect January 1st, 2022.
We were hoping for a comment from Senator Ira Hansen (who originally announced SB 452 was dead) on what stalled and eventually killed the bill but couldn't wait any longer. If we hear why we will let you know!