H.R.376 – Home-Assembled Firearms Restriction Act of 2015

Home-Assembled Firearms Restriction Act of 2015

Considers as a banned hazardous product under the Consumer Product Safety Act: (1) any firearm receiver casting or firearm receiver blank (do-it-yourself assault weapon) that does not meet the definition of a firearm under the federal criminal code at the point of sale but that can be completed after purchase by the consumer to function as a firearm frame or receiver for a semiautomatic assault weapon or machine gun, or (2) an assault weapon parts kit or machine gun parts kit.

Makes it unlawful to market or advertise any of such weapons for sale on any medium of electronic communications, including over the Internet. Requires marketing or advertising violations to be treated as unfair or deceptive acts or practices under the Federal Trade Commission Act.


4 thoughts on “H.R.376 – Home-Assembled Firearms Restriction Act of 2015

  1. Soo…
    If I buy a “whole” gun, I can’t sell the parts?? Or ship them hither and yon for free? What if need a part to fix a firearm I can’t buy it?
    Good luck with THAT!!
    Pass it if you want…..I for one will NOT comply…

  2. Dumba$$ Democrats just will not give up. Now they want to ban blocks of aluminum or plastic. Can’t fix Stupid!
    Try to ban 80% not a firearm receivers.

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  4. It says “unlawful to market or advertise”… Fine by me. I know what a upper and lower *are*. One needs a serial, the other does not.

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