Just don't ask me how to do anything illegal. There's plenty of interesting things to do with guns that don't involve conflict with law enforcement, so I'd recommend you stick to them. If you really feel your style is cramped by the law, just contact the NRA and find out how you can help them with their legislative efforts. They will definitely ask you for money, as well they should, but you might be surprised to find that you have more personal talents and resources that they will value.
No matter what your interest in guns, I'm sure you'll find something interesting at Keg Island. Even if you are one of those folks who think guns are icky and can't imagine why on earth everyone like me hasn't been thrown in jail on suspicion of being a bad person, you'll probably learn something here if you'll only take the time. Most of the work here at the moment is mine. However, the Star B debugging project involved a great number of contributors and simply would not have happened without Paul C. The shooting community is in general very supportive and this was quite evident throughout the project. If you have a Star B that's giving you trouble, we've probably got your solution, and if we don't, we'd sure like to know about it.
Projects active this week are:
PSL rifle safety and tech tips.
Inline Flintlock (I have the new ferro-mag alloy flints, but have to install and test them. Cross your fingers for me on this one.)
Shooting, gunsmithing, gun design projects, and research are great fun. Keep it safe, and it'll stay that way. Best to you all,