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    • So if it is Russian and not a Saiga or VEPR it is most likely a parts kit built on a US receiver. Are you sure the receiver says AKM? I am not a lawyer and some will say its OK while other's will say it's not. You have to decide what you are comfortable with because to me in NJ...AK variants are a roll of the dice. You could argue the whole substantially identical verbiage and what "type" means but the statute clearly says: "Avtomat Kalashnikov type semi-automatic firearms" are banned. Good luck! I love my AK-103 clone.
    • Right???? Ok.  Ignore.  Next guy. Lets move on
    • If its not a news worthy  attention grabbing topic.  Youll hear crickets.  All i can say is call his office.    And wait.  I had an issue where i applied for my nh permit.  Most people get it in 2 weeks.  2 mos later nothing.   They gave me a run around.  I figured hes bar sanctioned in nh.   Called time after time.   No response.  Youll see. Unless hes broke and needs money hell respond. 
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