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 Post subject: Re: Would like to fly with a Bonanza Owner in Aspen, Vail, R
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Charlie, I guess someone should let you know this:

As a firearm manufacturer, ATF has legal tenancy up your a$$ for life! Major surgery will be required to remove them.

Wasn’t that in the fine print on your FFL application?? :lol:


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