Machine Guns are pretty cool no doubt, especially some of the more recent ones. But the newer machine guns aren't transferable which means citizens can’t purchase them. Newer machine guns like the Kriss Vector, and the SCAR are guns manufactured after May 19, 1986 which was the cutoff date for transferable machine guns to be manufactured.
Registering a machine gun before that date is what makes them transferable. So any gun made after that date is called a post sample and only dealers, military and police can buy those. So what does it mean when we are selling a No Law Letter Gun also called a No Demo Letter Gun? It means that a Dealer had these Post Samples in their possession and they are chose not to renew their Special Occupational Tax License. So they will not have the appropriate license to have these guns anymore, which means they have to get rid of the Post Samples in their possession.
Normally, as a dealer you have to get a Law Letter from law enforcement and that will allow you to have one of these guns. BUT since the dealer is going out of business ATF lifts that restriction and lets them sell the Post Sample guns to dealers without a law letter. Since getting a law letter can be difficult AND is actually getting more and more difficult these dealer closeouts are the best way to get post samples in your possession! But just know that you too must also have an FFL and a SOT license!
To get more information on FFL’s, SOT’s or No Law Letter Guns you can contact us, your NFA experts