I have heard the the TAC 15 Tactical Assault crossbow requires a FFL form be filled out to own. I know these machines have been called crossguns but I think PSE is doing the pro-traditional bowhunter (hand drawn at the time of the shot) a favor by allowing this sort of device to go to market. They are helping us by showing that manufacturers are only scratching the surface of technology and power. The ad reads "Ergonomically matched to AR-15 Firearms" "converts any AR-15 quickly and easily from an AR-15 to a crossbow? "capable of unprecedented accuracy" This thing might be the best aid to stop crossbows from entering some states that anyone can think of. The links to a gun are perfectly detailed here. I can see a very good defense of why these machines have no place in an archery season especially with the need for a FFL. Many folks neglect to see the future and what technology hold in as little as 10 years down the road. Allowing them in an archery season now is also allowing their future big (and much more powerful) brother into the archery season down the road. I can think of a few states bowhunting orgs that will certainly get a lot of mileage from this release. MBH and WBH not excluded.