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Old 04-17-2014, 01:10 AM   #11
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Any mags out there that look like an AR mag but hold 9mm? I cant get past the goofy looking stick mags on the market for 9mm ars.


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On a rifle 16"+ they are a bit weird looking but on a sbr... they look good.
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I personally think the 9mm sticks look pretty cool. Reminds me of a pic of my dad in Vietnam with a 9mm car


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Old 04-17-2014, 03:19 AM   #13
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Maybe on a dedicated ar lower. Not crazy bout 9mm mag hanging out of a 223 mag well, like it dont belong.


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Maybe on a dedicated ar lower. Not crazy bout 9mm mag hanging out of a 223 mag well, like it dont belong.


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Why not just go .300 blackout ?


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It $1+ a round ill go broke thats why. Lol
And no reloading for me its not possible for me, at least anytime soon.


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Whether 5.56 or 300blk, it's best not to get any shorter than 10.5" in my experience.

The shorter the barrel, the more noise you're attempting to suppress. A suppressed 5.56 under 10" doesn't tend to yield the results many hope for (and that can be an expensive and time consuming regret). Stay in the 10.5-14.5" range for a suppressed 5.56. For a 300blk, under 10" is a little more practical. But my 300blk SBR is 12"...so perhaps that implies something about my own preferences.

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Similar question: If it was an SBR, but has a suppressor pinned on and it now reaches rifle length do you need two stamps?


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I have never heard of a pinned-on suppressor. I don't know for sure, but I'm going to guess; Yes.

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Similar question: If it was an SBR, but has a suppressor pinned on and it now reaches rifle length do you need two stamps?


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Likely be a longer wait period if you want to avoid the stamp, as it would be non traditional, and needs investigation by the atf.


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Similar question: If it was an SBR, but has a suppressor pinned on and it now reaches rifle length do you need two stamps?
No, because the government does not want more of your money...please consider that a completely sarcastic, smart-aleck answer. No disrespect intended.

Of course the government wants to relieve you of any expendable funds! So consider it a safe bet that you need two tax stamps. Besides, the ability to remove your suppressor, properly clean it, and even go shorter/unsuppressed is probably worth the $250 and 10-month inconvenience of an additional Class-3 application.

I'd say you'll be best served buying both stamps to CYA.
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