By: Stephanie O’Malley | November 25, 2017 12:08am EDTA new way to make a gun, or gun parts, is a thing of the past, thanks to a new invention that’s not so new but could be a lifesaver for gun owners.
The invention could also be the reason that the National Rifle Association (NRA) has recently adopted a “universal background check” requirement.
It all started with a simple idea: gun parts.
For years, gun parts suppliers have been the only ones allowed to sell their wares in the United States.
In 2013, then-Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.
Va.) introduced the Federal Gun Parts Safety Act.
That legislation required manufacturers to submit to a background check on every gun sold, and required the FBI to monitor gun parts dealers.
That requirement went into effect on January 1, 2016.
However, in the past few years, many gun makers have started outsourcing their manufacturing to a third party.
As a result, many of the gun parts companies that once were able to sell gun parts to customers in the U.S. have begun outsourcing their jobs to other countries.
While the new law has had some impact, gun manufacturers are now faced with a challenge that has been going on for years: How to supply gun parts in the first place.
Make them in your own backyard.
“This is going to save you money,” said Joe Lohr, CEO of Lohro Supply, a company that manufactures gun parts for firearms.
Lohraus said his company had been sourcing parts for its customers for several years.
Lohrauses goal is to make parts for every firearm in its inventory, which is typically a number of thousands of firearms.
“We have to get the parts to a dealer that we can send the parts directly to the manufacturer, and that is where our customers come in,” he said.
Luhraus has also invested in a new company, Lohara Solutions, which offers “microfinishing services” to small manufacturers.
The service allows the companies to get parts into a factory and then have the parts delivered to the factory.
Luhrauses manufacturing process is a simple one: Loharous assembles his guns and then sends them to the company.
“They send the gun back to us,” Lohras told The Huffington Post.
“That is our service.”
The new Lohroras process is similar to that of gun parts makers.
The company uses a vacuum-based process that removes the molding, and then a press-in process that creates a gun.
Lofaras process takes less than a minute and costs less than $5.
He also uses a process called “micro-finishing,” which involves using a metal-stripped tool to apply a thin layer of metal to a molding.
The new process allows Lofarras to manufacture guns for just about any customer, Lofa said.
“It’s really easy,” he told The Washington Post.
Lofa explained that Lofas process doesn’t require a vacuum machine, but he does use a machine that uses an additive called nickel boron to add the nickel to the mold.
The process is faster than vacuum-filler machines, and it costs less.
Lohl, the Lohracos president, said that because Lofars process uses nickel borosilicate glass (NBI), it’s a “nickel-free process” that doesn’t affect the quality of the finished product.
Lohl said that Loharas manufacturing process could also help him make guns that he could sell directly to his customers, like military-grade guns for the National Guard.
“The National Guard has very specific requirements,” Lofarias told The Daily Beast.
“If you’re selling to a National Guard officer, they’ll want a gun that’s the same as an Army gun, for example.
They will need a gun with the same features and caliber and features as an FFL gun, so they want that gun to be the same.
So we’re able to manufacture these guns at a much lower cost.”
Lofarans company currently has over 100 factories around the country.
“At the end of the day, the only thing we’re really worried about is the National Gun Control Act,” Lohl said.
L ofaras said that the company has been working with the NRA on the issue of gun safety and that LOFaras will soon start making “all of the parts” for all of the National Guards and the military.
The NRA said that it will use the Lofaris process to manufacture parts for all NGI, but Lofaryas said his customers will use his process for any firearm that they sell.LOFARAS is currently looking for a location in the San Francisco Bay Area to start production, Lohl told The Post.
LOFARas plan is to start shipping products in late