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Legally, "obtain" covers both the common usage above as well as "come into / enter into / gain / take" possession, as well as "possess".Also, what is the legal definition of “obtained”?
In common usage it means to acquire, but not from creating, making, or manufacturing. Nobody says “I obtained this pancake” when they made it.
If any normal person reads S128A/S128B a few times and don't get a migraine or something that says "If I read this again, I'm going to have a stroke" I would beThey'd have to prove that you built it more that 7-10 days (I don't remember what the law says) ago but not more that six years ago, that you didn't file an eFA10 (I'd love to see the state try to make sense of the nonsensical database)... And even then the first offense is just a fine. I would guess that a good lawyer would get you off the hook for this nonsense.
"GOF*CKYOURSELF1" may or may not be on my list of serial numbers....While you can put FA80 as the model, that's not necessary or correct.
The maker is you. What you bought from FA is a block of plastic. At least legally speaking. You turned it into a firearm .
The beauty of this is that you can make the model something like a "F&^k Maura 19" just for fun. And you get to type that into the eFA10 portal.