WA banned undetectable guns I believe because they do not have enough metal. If I mold a plastic receiver and add metal would it become legal?
The gun would have metal, but the way WA structured the law bans polymer/plastic receiver part of the gun that doesn't have 3.7-ounce 17-4 PH stainless steel.What gun would you have that doesn't have enough metal in it?
My original question wasn't really complete. I wanted a handgun or rifle with a polymer receiver, I wasn't trying to make an entire plastic gun or anything. If the receiver is polymer without 3.7 ounces of metal, in WA the entire gun is classified as undetectable, even tho it contains other metal components. I was trying to make my own polymer mold with metal infused into the receiver.Back to my question. What gun would you have that you don't think has enough metal in it? The polymer lower itself may not have any metal. But the components within the frame to make it a firing unit would have enough metal.