Yeah they were banned in 1934 under the NFA. Mainly because Bonnie and Clyde scared the shit out of some people. After they relaxed that law you can own one if it was in the made USA before 1986 but they are expensive
Picked up a Tikka T3X Superlite in 6.5cm from the bro in law. Got 100 rounds of handloads and a case of Remington 9 1/2’s too. Only dude I would buy handloads from as well. This gun with these rounds is .5 moa all day
Load data incase any one cares, I have personally seen it tear a .25 moa hole with 5 shots @ 100. We’ll now see if I am the weakest link in precision shooting, no more excuses haha
Kids mom is vietnamese, dad is white. I've only talked to the mom but dad has something under a cover in the driveway that I'm interested in seeing, couldn't quite tell if it was classic but it's a sports car. I'll have to make an effort to talk to them eventually and then I can feel them out on gun rights.