- Jan 18, 2009
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It only applies to APCP, as stated in the following from the orderI am curious as to what this means exactly. Does this just cover motors? What about Igniters and e-matches?
-KevinORDERED that the defendant's decision to classify APCP as an explosive under 18 U.S.C. § 841(d) is VACATED
Shipping rules under DOT and the UN should not be effected by this ruling....Shipping, however, may still be deemed as hazardous by DOT, as they have their own authority, but who knows if this will change due to the ruling...
Is anybody besides me suprised...I mean not the decision but, I mean at this time...
I just read it and ya really don't need to be a lawyer. It seems pretty darn clear!
According to my wife (she use to be a lawyer- had trouble shedding her skin )I'm happy too,
but did anyone see the footnote at the bottom of page three?
Igniters and e-matches (one and the same in ATF's eyes) are not affected. Legally a LEUP is still required.I am curious as to what this means exactly. Does this just cover motors? What about Igniters and e-matches?
Guess we should be hearing from Tripoli and NAR for the official answer soon.
According to my wife (she use to be a lawyer- had trouble shedding her skin )
this states that they can re-instate the rules IF:
A) They can prove that AP IS an explosive (fat chance- they couldn't prove it in the last 9 years).
B) Congress grants them the authority over AP (Getting them to do this and get it out of committee would be like hearding cats! Besides, who on the hill wants to be seen as a friend of ATF?).
I think we got 'em by the short hairs this time!
There is no limit. Basically your grandma can buy an M motor and store it in her cookie jar.So does this mean that there is no 64.5g limit? I honestly can't remember if it was 64.5g or something else. But you get my point right?
If the G33 comes back....YES!!! I've always wanted to fly one, but please keep the G53, which was brought in as a replacement. It's still an awesome motor, just look at my avatar.