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Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by mark5019, Apr 26, 2014.
a Daniel defense upper 10.3 on a zombie lower
with a sig brace
That looks pretty awesome! It took me a minute to realize it was a pistol.
thank you its dead accurate waiting on my trust then get tax stamp for sbr
If you don't mind me asking what did the trust run you for cost and how long from start to finish, how long was the process?
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Are you getting your SBR for this pistol or another rifle. I know the ATF has ruled the Sig Brace is not a Stock even though it could be used for one. Their ruling is it is not a stock even if used as one because that is not it's intended use!
Just asking! Very nice AR Pistol you have there! Here is a picture of mine! It is mostly Rock River Arms Inc product except for KNS Anti Rotate Trigger and Hammer Pins, Quick take down Trigger and Hammer Pins, Rock River 2 Stage NM Trigger, Red/Green Dot Optic, Badger Tac Latch, RRA Star Safety Selector, Free Float Tube w Rail. Noveske Flaming Pig Muzzle Break. I plan on getting one of the SIG Tube Braces!
Cool, that is awesome looking.
Somebody coach me, that does not look like a pistol. but a nice rig.
Eagle, the Sig brace is allowed on the pistol and does not change it's classification. As long as he does not put a forward grip on it, it remains a pistol. A fixed or collapsible stock or forward grip would make it a SBR (Short Barrel Rifle) which would require a Federal Tax Stamp (and a bit of paperwork).
the Arm Brace works well as advertised. It also can help stabilize the pistol when held like a rifle stock. It really isn't a rifle stock. SB-15 does have it's limitations.
Does not change classification, but it does change the looks.
I like 'em.
Thanks bigjim, I really like the looks of them. something else to add to my collection:
you can put a angles forward brace on it
and hold it to your shoulder
as soon as my trustis done im sending in paper work for stamp
me nothing a lawyer whos a member of georgia carrys is doing it for me
Ok just to be clear because I am possibly very confused. Not from you all but from whatever the ATF is defining at the moment as a pistol vs a rifle.
So the Sig Brace is not enough to make it a rifle but the Sig Brace AND a fore grip would make it a rifle but the Sig Brace and an angled fore grip would not make a rifle. ?
Is the above statement currently correct/incorrect? It's April 27, 2014, I'll post the date because the BATFE may decide to invalidate any responses in the future because they do whatever the heck they want.
I was told by a well-informed person angled grip is ok
no, no, no, no.... it never can be that easy.
A pistol with the SB15 is a pistol.
With a verticle foregrip it is AnyOtherWeapon. (AOW)
With an angle foregrip it remains a pistol.
If the SB15 is replaced with a 6 position stock it is a ShortBarrelRifle (SBR) unless it has a barrel over 16 inches then it has been converted into a Rifle.
THERE.... EASY huh?. . .
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They all look very nice, can't wait to build mine.