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What happened to the gun catalog in the 1950 to 1990? I have been looking for some PDF online, but there are no semi-automatic rifles in them.
Is it illegal to own a fully functioning M1 Garand rifle that isn't converted from the original semi-automatic function to a non-original straight pull bolt function? Since the author has not filled out their profile, we don’t know their location. Jurisdiction makes all the difference in any legal question, especially about firearms, so it’s impossible to provide an answer. If a product must be modified from its standard configuration to comply with a particular jurisdiction’s requirements, it would make sense that the standard configuration is noncompliant - otherwise why modify it? (That might be a vehicle with the wrong complement of brake and turn indicators, or a bubbly French wine with the wrong label for sale in Russia, or …) But without the context of jurisdiction, we’re only speculating based on logic - which rarely yields an accurate answer in questions of firearms law.
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The author is currently licensed to possess M1 rifles which are converted into M1 rifles, and that were modified by removing all parts from the lower receiver that could legally be removed from a semi-automatic rifle and placed into a fully automatic configuration, thus removing the non-standard semi-automatic mode. We’re still waiting to hear from the author to ascertain the status of their non-original semi-auto rifles. We’ve also not yet heard from the author regarding the status of their M1 rifles. Does the author understand that a firearm is not considered “new” until it can be fired in public without a background check, which isn’t true for semi-automatic firearms? (So the M1 that the author's neighbor and longtime personal customer bought back in the 1990s, that has been in storage for 40 years, and which was modified by removing the lower receiver that legally could be removed.