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    Quote Originally Posted by Telum Pisces View Post
    Those footballs aren't even available yet. And with basically no stabilization who wants to try and shoot some .300blk thru one of their cans risking a baffle or end cap strike? Not to mention most QD devices for suppressors and the cans wont clear the rail/tube?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianB View Post
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    The only reason I could see not to register an SBR would be if you had a need to take that rifle back and forth across state lines frequently. If you're not an NFA dealer you have to file a 5320.20 in advance (and get it approved) if you're going to move an SBR across state lines. So if you'd need to do that a lot then you're going to be better off with a Title 1 weapon unless you enjoy paperwork.

    Just my two cents. Or so.
    Friend of mine that goes shooting in GA fills out one of these per year. He enters 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017 for the dates, and for the reason, he wrote "Multiple trips throughout the year to participate in shooting sports in GA."

    It was approved by the ATF.
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    Maybe, possibly if the pistol brace was not approved and widely acceptable, but I don't find anything useful about the item in question under the current pistol brace regulatory situation.

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    I did hold the SB brace for the Mossberg Shockwave today at the LGS. In pictures, it looks like it would be uncomfortable, but it felt really good when held against the sho**der. BUT, for the same 200 bucks I can SBS the shockwave. And I alredy own two Mossbers SBSs, so I guess I will just keep the shockwave in the range-toy configuration.
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    There's a sucker born everyday. No friggin way would I pay 1,200.00 for a "firearm" with a short barrel to in theory get by without paying 200.00 stamp.
    I just built a AR "LBP"(Long barreled pistol) for 700.00 without optics. With the ruling of braces, you can actually build an SBR without paying the stamp but you have to get used to shouldering a brace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Freak View Post
    There's a sucker born everyday. No friggin way would I pay 1,200.00 for a "firearm" with a short barrel to in theory get by without paying 200.00 stamp.
    I just built a AR "LBP"(Long barreled pistol) for 700.00 without optics. With the ruling of braces, you can actually build an SBR without paying the stamp but you have to get used to shouldering a brace.
    $1,200? I think it's $2,000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.62Kolectr View Post
    $1,200? I think it's $2,000.
    I built 2 SBRs with tax stamps for less than that.
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