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kylestyle 06-30-2009 08:14 PM

engraved approved serial-on diff lower
 
This is my first time posting on this forum as I'm trying to gather all the information on this as I can. I'm a regular on ar15.com, but am looking for some class 3 experience/information.

I'm gonna summarize this story, otherwise you can read it here
My experience with Sabre Defence - AR15.COM

Days prior to my form1 coming back approved, the LPK I had ordered for the designated lower came in. While installing it I determined the lower was out of spec. So now my form 1 is approved for an out of spec lower that was shipped back to the manufacturer. I was told by both the manufacturer an the ATF that they could not issue me the same serial on a new lower and that I was going to have to have my paperwork voided, refunded, and resubmitted.

Now I'm not thrilled about waiting an additional 3-4 weeks to receive this new lower, waiting to get a refund, and then waiting for another approval.

It has been mentioned by some that I can have the approved serial engraved on the new lower, and that this will suffice. I have been told by others that this is incorrect. I have yet to ask the ATF as I'm sure regardless, or with lack of knowledge they will tell me no.

Anyone do this themselves, have people you know do this, or hear of this happening?

Thanks.

opaww 06-30-2009 10:53 PM

Your best and safest bet is to contact the BATFU and get the info streight from them.

kylestyle 06-30-2009 11:27 PM

I didn't want to count on the ATF for this as they are a discouraging bunch as is. It took me some time getting forwarded up the chain of command to get a straight answer on whether or not the manufacturer was able to send me a lower with the original serial....as the defective lower was going to be scrapped anyways.

I have actually heard personal accounts of manufacturers replacing defective lowers with the same serial. So I don't know who to trust.

However I do recognize that the safest bet is to ask the ATF and follow their recommended procedure.


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