In my state, they're not illegal, or I wouldn't be carrying them. Having them in the firearm and using are two different things. Ever hear of a glaser? Makes a mess going in doesn't exit as readily. They eliminated teflon, so now it's nylon. I suggest you read your federal manual again. For a purported dealer, your knowledge of flechettes is really pathetic.
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