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Polymer 80 Hit with Judgment

Keith G. Langer Aug. 12, 2022

From today's MA Lawyers Weekly:

"'Ghost Gun' Parts Maker Ordered To Pay $4M, Halt Sales To D.C. Customers

A superior court judge in Washington, D.C. granted summary judgment in a lawsuit alleging that an online seller of parts that can be used to assemble so-called "ghost guns" violated the district's weapons and consumer protection laws, ordered it to pay $4 million in the case and issued a permanent injunction barring it from selling the parts to customers living in the district. D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine sued Nevada-based Polymer80, which sells weapons parts that can be easily converted into working firearms that don't have serial numbers, shortly after its city council made the purchase of gun parts kits illegal. The lawsuit alleged that Polymer80 continued to sell the parts to buyers living in D.C. falsely advertising that the sales were still legal."

Note the court declared even the bare 80% frames to be guns:

"“The court finds,” Scott wrote, “that Polymer80′s handgun frames, semi-automatic receivers, and Buy, Build, Shoot kits are firearms.”