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Old 07-26-2012, 02:43 PM   #1
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How do you go about getting a SBR? Any age requirements or licenses?

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Old 07-26-2012, 03:15 PM   #2
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Old 07-26-2012, 04:52 PM   #3
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21 years old and go through the nfa registration process for the firearm you want to have become a sbr. Once you get your 200$ tax stamp then you can have your receiver engraved with the required info and then purchase your short barrel and assemble an sbr.

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Some manufacturers are offering factory SBR's, AAC & Spikes come to mind.
This is the way I went so I wouldn't have to get any engraving done.
You still have the usual NFA paperwork as JonM mentioned.

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Old 07-28-2012, 02:37 AM   #5
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Thanks, that would save alot of trouble!

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The route i took was:
Purchased a regular stripped lower and got it engraved with the name of my trust.
Then assembled it with LPK and pistol buffer tube.
Purchased a 10.5" upper receiver group and put it on my lower.
Brought it to local metro and got it registered as AR15 pistol.
Submitted the Form 1 with my trust and $200 check.
For the time being while waiting for the stamp to come back, i could shoot it
When stamp comes back, swap the pistol buffer tube with rifle buffer tube with stock.

Why i chose this route? Cos it was so much cheaper than buying an already built SBR from manufacturer. I got the joy of building the lower, choosing the parts and i could shoot it. Rather than it being kept at my LGS during the whole 6+ months.

Most importantly i confirmed the legality of the steps i was going to take, by calling ATF and asking opinions from my LGS and someone in this forum. Thank's to that someone

Here is my AR15 Pistol:

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Sorry if i sound like a noob, but what is the trust? I assume like a company

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Sorry if i sound like a noob, but what is the trust? I assume like a company
This will give you and idea of what it is..

http://www.guntrustlawyer.net/nfa_trust
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