Looking at it it has the section that is not approved for reweld.
The auction can continue, and as soon as receiver changes hands and how that is accomplished will determine how many people will get a special early morning visit. There is no way that center section is legal without paper.
Alphabet suits will let the steel change hands as they watch who gets involved.
Been many years since I have even thought about the mks dilemma.
As silly as it sounds I think it was the sequence that was used to weld, cut, weld, or weld weld cut, was why the mks receivers were confiscated.
There was a specific sequence that the atf required to make sure while rewelding that the receiver could not be used as a mg while process was being completed. The process that mks used and self admitting how it was done is why the receivers were not deemed legal. Same difference in the end.
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