San Antonio Texas is not all over the world.
There are regions outside of the US laws.
What's not to understand? The hell of misunderstanding "here", is that I didn't say it - it was written. If its not clear, go and re-read it. What I said was, "Its not legal here". Here. HERE. HERE
I'm well aware that there are people who live outside of the US. Thank you for stating the obvious - I'm sure we're all grateful for pearls of wisdom like, "San Antonio Texas is not all over the world." I know that I
personally forget something like that on a regular basis.
If you're arguing me on the basis that what I said doesn't apply to you, then the chances are that I was not talking to you. Else I would've stated, "Its not legal WHERE YOU ARE"
Risk is a product of chance multiplied by stakes. Now where I live, there is a constant problem of people speeding on the highway between Austin and San Antonio. The reason people speed is because they believe the gains to outweigh the risks. If the police wanted to inflate the risk, they could change either of the two components that make up risk; the chances of being caught, or the stakes for being caught. If the amount of cops were tripled, then the chances of being pulled-over and cited increase three-fold. If, on the other hand, they simply increased the stakes so that any speeder was summarily pulled-over and executed, you'd see a decrease in speeding even though the odds of being caught are no different than what they are now.
Point being, the chance of being caught with one of these devices is probably minimal - but the stakes are high.
There are too many anecdotes of gun-enthusiasts circumventing the law to produce a reflex suppressor for the 10/22, or a full-auto conversion for that same 10/22 and ending up in all sorts of trouble.
Sil vou plait
- look at it, lust after it, want
it - but for your own sake, do not break the law to get it. Why spend years in a federal prison and lose the right to own any gun just to crank out a few more shots per second?