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Old 06-06-2008, 11:37 PM   #1
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Just wanted to see how many members are from Arizona and own Class III weapons.

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Old 06-25-2008, 06:06 AM   #2
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Have two AR-15 SBR's and a H&K imported Benelli M1 Super 90 SBS.
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:40 PM   #3
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Dont seem like many here?? But I have a sbs and m11/9mm

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i have a question you good ppl might have an answer to .. i recently bought a double barrel shotgun for home deffense but its and old gun and it has a 38 in barrel. now if i cut the stock off to form a pistol grip and cut the barrel down to 19in and the overall length is 28 in would that be considered a AOW or do i not need to bother with the paper work

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i have a question you good ppl might have an answer to .. i recently bought a double barrel shotgun for home deffense but its and old gun and it has a 38 in barrel. now if i cut the stock off to form a pistol grip and cut the barrel down to 19in and the overall length is 28 in would that be considered a AOW or do i not need to bother with the paper work
Your best bet would be to contact your local law enforcement and check with them. You might also want to read up on Randy Weaver before going any farther.
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IF a shotgun has ever had a butt stock on it, it cannot become an AOW $ 5 gun, cut it down and register it and it becomes a SBS $ 200 tax.

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It makes sense, since we take extra care in our manufacturing process and our quality control standards are unheard of in the Industry. Balance (see AR-15 photo to the left, standing on its barrel) helps you carry the gun with less “fatigue”, all day. Using target barrels made by “Douglass” or “Shilen”, we achieve unbelievable accuracy out of our 7.5” barrel of our “Extra Shorty” (golf balls at 100 yards, every shot, with good ammo) and still managed to offer it to you for less money than a “Colt” production model.


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