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AG Grewal Sends “Cease and Desist” Letters Warning “Ghost Gun” Makers to Stop Advertising, Selling in New Jersey

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13 hours ago, shooter28 said:

Was looking at buying a Polymer80 in the next few days and this just strengthen that feeling. Not because I'm scared they will be banned, but more as FU to Phil. Maybe Ill come up with my own serial number for it as well. S/N: FCKPHIL01

If you are just thinking of this now, you're probably too late to get FCKPHIL01.    If you want a unique serial number in that series, you'll probably have to go well into the triple digits.

 

 

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