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Topic - Savage
He said the ATF told him in a July 2005 letter that he could convert machine guns legally owned by collectors into belt-fed weapons, but said in April 2006 that it was overturning its decision "upon reconsideration."
He said he had seen letters showing that two different companies submitted weapons for testing, with one declared legal and the other ruled illegal even though they were "dimensionally and operationally identical."