Adding a folding stock to a SAP Australian Automatic Arm pistol... impossible??

Discussion in 'Auto & Semi-Auto Discussion' started by FlintandSteel, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. FlintandSteel

    FlintandSteel New Member

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  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Given enough money and a good gunsmith, anything is possible. However, for what you just decribed, you need to start by applying to the BATFE for permission to make a SBR- Short Barreled Rifle- and pay them the $200 tax- BEFORE you do anything. IF your state allows possession of SBRs.
     

  3. FlintandSteel

    FlintandSteel New Member

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    Ugh, really?

    Might forget about the whole endeavor entirely.
     
  4. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Yes really. That would definitely be a HUGE No-No before getting a tax stamp and a couple layers of local checks in place PRIOR to doing anything.

    JD
     
  5. jack404

    jack404 New Member

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    the AAA stuff was sold off to Singapore so the stocks for the Singaporean .223 will fit the frame nicely ( it was designed for it )

    cheers

    nice to see another AAA out and about ( i had to sell mine when the laws changed here)
     
  6. Wambli

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    You are in NY? If so there is no chance in hell the local boys will approve you building an SBR.
     
  7. FlintandSteel

    FlintandSteel New Member

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    Yeah, I'm not even going to attempt to put a stock on this bad boy.

    NY is too much of a hassle.

    Thanks for the responses though dudes.