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Old 08-27-2011, 01:27 AM   #11
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when i was researching nfa stuff i came across a lot of postings by people having serious issues with atf rejections using quicken trust maker for nfa. best way is to get a real lawyer familiar with nfa issues draw it up for you.

thats what i did. my lawyer created trust lammed through the nfa examiner in 60 days which is really fast. he did a very good job. my trust covers both me and my wife and also inheritance issues.

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Old 08-27-2011, 01:56 AM   #12
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when i was researching nfa stuff i came across a lot of postings by people having serious issues with atf rejections using quicken trust maker for nfa. best way is to get a real lawyer familiar with nfa issues draw it up for you.

thats what i did. my lawyer created trust lammed through the nfa examiner in 60 days which is really fast. he did a very good job. my trust covers both me and my wife and also inheritance issues.
How much was it?
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Just a thought, or more of a question, won't he need 2 lowers. Once an SBR always an SBR?

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From my understanding it doesnt matter what length barrel you put on an SBR'd lower. Just because you SBR a lower doesnt mean it can only be mated to a SB upper.

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From my understanding it doesnt matter what length barrel you put on an SBR'd lower. Just because you SBR a lower doesnt mean it can only be mated to a SB upper.
I guess my question is really can you switch back and forth between a NFA and non-NFA upper?
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I guess my question is really can you switch back and forth between a NFA and non-NFA upper?
Yes, but you can only put SBR upper on a SBR lower and marked pistol lowers. If you put a SBR upper on a regular lower you are facing federal time and heavy fines. Pre 1986 lower is a class of animal, then you can full auto or 3 shot burst. I want to build a SBR, no auto for me. I'm Thinking forged 7075 mega or spike receiver set with a 10" to start and build up from their.
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