Type 3/4 mags.

Type 3/4 mags.

Post by Henr » Sat, 21 Dec 1996 04:00:00



Ok, now that the ATF wants all HPR users to get their LEUP's, who's
gonna
be the first rocket supplier to sell type 3 and type 4 boxes.  Sounds
like
a cash cow, IMO.

Henry.

 
 
 

Type 3/4 mags.

Post by Chop » Sun, 22 Dec 1996 04:00:00


    Ok, now that the ATF wants all HPR users to get their LEUP's,
    who's gonna be the first rocket supplier to sell type 3 and type
    4 boxes.  Sounds like a cash cow, IMO.

There's a rumor floating around that th 50lb exemption for any detached
building indoor magazine is going away in the new draft "orange book",
and ALL storage will be required to meet the minimum distance from
dwelling/etc requirements.

 :-(
BillW

 
 
 

Type 3/4 mags.

Post by Bill Nels » Mon, 23 Dec 1996 04:00:00



:     Ok, now that the ATF wants all HPR users to get their LEUP's,
:     who's gonna be the first rocket supplier to sell type 3 and type
:     4 boxes.  Sounds like a cash cow, IMO.

: There's a rumor floating around that th 50lb exemption for any detached
: building indoor magazine is going away in the new draft "orange book",
: and ALL storage will be required to meet the minimum distance from
: dwelling/etc requirements.

Unlikely, as the 50 lb exemption for BP was an act of congress. The BATF
cannot override that, without getting congress to modify the enabling act,
which they must might do.

Bill

 
 
 

Type 3/4 mags.

Post by Chop » Mon, 23 Dec 1996 04:00:00


    : There's a rumor floating around that th 50lb exemption for any detached
    : building indoor magazine is going away in the new draft "orange book",
    : and ALL storage will be required to meet the minimum distance from
    : dwelling/etc requirements.

I should follow up that it looks like this rumor was a result of a
misunderstanding, and it doesn't look like a problem after all.

    Unlikely, as the 50 lb exemption for BP was an act of congress.

What does the BP exemption (which permits you to store BP in your home!)
have to do with generalized LE storage (which still doesn't.)

BillW

 
 
 

Type 3/4 mags.

Post by Bill Nels » Fri, 27 Dec 1996 04:00:00



:     Unlikely, as the 50 lb exemption for BP was an act of congress.

: What does the BP exemption (which permits you to store BP in your home!)
: have to do with generalized LE storage (which still doesn't.)

In actuality, nothing.  However, many rocketry people think that the
BP exemption was due to a simple BATF regulation - which it was not.

From what I understand, the BATF CANNOT grant such an exception for other
LE materials - as federal law presently prohibits it.

Bill Nelson