Re: Kel Tec P32
Originally Posted by Bill DeShivs
Your holster makes your Keltec an NFA weapon. (it's illegal unless registered as an AOW.)
Just thought you would like to know.
The manufacturer of these got specific approval from ATF on these. It does not conceal the pistol (entire slide is visible), so it's perfectly legal without the tax stamp.
Here is the manufacturer's documentation of this: http://www.gunnersecurity.com/Images/atf.png
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