Hello, I have a question about the Thompson “Pro Hunter”, G2, or even the contender for that matter! I have been hearing different opinions that it has to be purchased as a handgun? Even if the receiver was purchased with a rifle stock connected to it and also comes with the rifle fore grip. I know this is most likely a lawyer question…AGAIN!!! However, does anybody know if you can purchase a TC Arms, contender, G2, or Pro Hunter with the rifle stock and the rifle fore grip in Alaska - Or does it have to be purchased as a handgun because you can “quickly change it into a handgun"?
Man, its stuff like this that is taking the fun out of guns…Remember when you could buy a rifle from sears and have it sent right to your house!?!?!? The last thing I heard on the T/C is that if it has the rifle stock it’s sold as a rifle or if it has the pistol grip it’s sold as a pistol. What's the rule for the grand state if Alaska?
Thank you for your time…Sure hope you can help out.
Very Respectfully, Kurt