My god!! If you can shoot it without burning your hand on the barrel, It's an Assault weapon.
Assault Weapon Defined
The law, as amended by PA 13-3, defines an “assault weapon” as:
1. any selective-fire firearm capable of fully automatic, semiautomatic, or burst fire at the user's option;
2. any of a list of named semiautomatic firearms, pistols, or centerfire rifles or copies or duplicates with their capability in production on or before April 4, 2013 (see Appendix 1);
3. any IZHMASH Saiga 12 shotguns or copies or duplicates with their capability in production on or before April 4, 2013;
4. a semiautomatic pistol or semiautomatic centerfire rifle that has a fixed magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds;
5. a semiautomatic centerfire rifle shorter than 30 inches;
6. a semiautomatic shotgun that can accept a detachable magazine;
7. a semiautomatic shotgun that has both (a) a folding or telescoping stock and (b) a grip, including a pistol grip, thumbhole stock, or other stock that, when used, would allow a person to grip the weapon, resulting in any finger on the trigger hand and trigger finger being directly below any part of the action of the weapon when firing; and
8. a shotgun with a revolving cylinder.
The definition of an assault weapon includes any semiautomatic centerfire rifle that can accept a detachable magazine (one that can be removed without disassembling the firearm action) and has at least one of the following features:
1. a folding or telescoping stock;
2. a grip, such as a pistol grip, a thumbhole stock, or other stock, the use of which would allow an individual to grip the weapon, resulting in any finger on the trigger hand in addition to the trigger finger being directly below any portion of the action of the weapon when firing;
3. a forward pistol grip;
4. a flash suppressor; or
5. a grenade launcher or flare launcher.
The definition of an assault weapon also includes any semiautomatic pistol that has the ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least one of the following features:
1. the ability to accept a detachable ammunition magazine that attaches at some location outside of the pistol grip;
2. a threaded barrel capable of accepting a flash suppressor, forward pistol grip, or silencer;
3. a shroud attached to, or that partially or completely encircles the barrel and permits the shooter to fire the firearm without being burned, except a slide that encloses the barrel; or