I am not saying not to do it. I am not trying to tell others (other people) what to do. Just expressing my opinion. Just know that it is only a CYA that might not CYA. I hope you do well with what you want to do.
I would love to get involved in the other market but until there are clear definitions there is no way I will stick my neck out.
I feel certain that if you make anything that does not fit the rifle or handgun definitions you will be fine as long as they are CT compliant. But that is with your life and bank account not mine.
We're good bud.
It's really a question of, is the juice worth the squeeze?
If the reality is that I'm CYA'ing on a product that I know fits the criteria, then we're good to go as long as they're CT compliant.
My examiner has been wrong more than a few times in this process so, it boils down to again, is the risk worth the reward.
Now, Stamford had a bunch of issues that, I'm not reproducing. I have no intention of putting myself in that position, period.
So, I'll CMA and just make sure I'm within CT compliance.
They either are or they aren't...You know?