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yep right here in the good ole US made by me. I was just wondering because there really wouldn't be any way of me actually proving that I made it. I guess if I kept the receipt from the lumber..maybe


hmmm crap...now that I think about it, the lumber that I am using is actually imported. But I am turning it from a slab into furniture. I think this one may be in a grey area

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yes it would count, don't worry about not being able to prove its made in the us, nobody has ever been convicted of 922r violations and i doubt you are going to be the first one just because you can't officially prove that you made it


and the lumber being imported has nothing to do with 922r, if i took a Bulgarian stock and carved a handguard out of it then it would be considered a us made handguard

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You are taking wood and making it into something it is not, firearm furniture.


One could take a hundred factory Saiga stocks, melt them down and use them to make new plastic furniture here in the US. They would be made in the USA at that point.


Burden of proof, lies in the prosecution, since they would be challenging you.


Take pictures during the process for documentation, if you are really worried about it.

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