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  1. Military Weapons Forum
    I built this ages ago when I first got into NFA guns. I used an old Stag bottom and Bushmaster SBR upper. Back then the handle was not detachable on the upper or my problem would be solved now. I want to get rid of the loop handle upper and put a pistol / SBR upper on it with flat top pic rail...
  2. Firearms General Discussion
    Noveske 10MM PDW SBR & it will also be offered in a pistol version as well. The only thing is the $2k price tag lol. :thumb:
  3. Firearms General Discussion
    Franklin Armory Introduces Short Barrel ‘Firearm’ With Standard AR Stock and ATF Appr Franklin Armory Introduces Short Barrel ‘Firearm’ With Standard AR Stock and ATF Approval..... Has anyone seen this yet? Not sure how Franklin Armory is getting the ATF to approve this isn't an SBR...
  4. Firearms General Discussion
    Strait-pull pistol caliber carbine/pistol, want or don't? Strait-pull is actually a "Bolt Action" but MUCH faster to load. Not a lot of bolt travel required in pistol calibers. Can be nearly as fast to use as a semi, but legal in the ban-happy states. Closed/manual breech is superior for...
  5. Firearms General Discussion
    Just thought i would share this load with anyone who has a shorty ar15. I worked this load up and down to get the best combination of performance and expansion. I finally came up with. 50 grain Hornady Vmax 21.6 grains reloader 10x Standard military brass CCI #400 primers overall lengt6...
  6. Military Weapons Forum
    So I fires my xm177 style rifle and realized that the break is useless for both flash and recoil compensation. I was thinking of drilling 4 holes in the base just after the barrel like my zig zag ak74 break. I want to drill 2 at the 12 o'clock and two at the 10 oclock. I am waiting to do my sbr...
  7. Rifle Forum
    I know that a rifle with a barrel of less than 16.5 inches is a SBR. I was looking at the PPS-43C with a folding stock and a 9.5'' barrel. I was wondering, if I was to temporarily remove the stock, would I still need a SBR permit?
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