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How does law enforcement determine a non-transferable firearm was?

Non-transferable can mean two very different things: It is an NFA weapon in which case you have evidence of having paid your SOT You have finished a non-nfa 80% frame/ receiver in which case you'll want to mark it in some way. Stick some letters and numbers on it, can be anything, your initials 1 if it your first is a fine choice. You don't have to mark it unless you are going to sell it, but it is wise to go ahead and mark it. You don't want some overzealous know nothing cop to jail you for having defaced the serial number on a gun that never had one. Sure you can possibly win in court, that doesn't change the whole arrest thing. So I'm advising going ahead and mark it in some fashion.

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