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#6402970 - 08/10/16 08:47 PM SBR with Sig Brace Question
Toxarch Offline
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This is just a hypothetical. Supposed someone has an AR pistol with a Sig Brace (or some other pistol brace) and they have filed a Form 1 to make an SBR with that lower. Once the Form 1 has been approved and the NFA tax stamp is in hand, is it legal to shoulder that Sig Brace? It's still built as a pistol but it also has an NFA tax stamp to be built as an SBR. So can it be shouldered?
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#6402993 - 08/10/16 08:58 PM Re: SBR with Sig Brace Question [Re: Toxarch]
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I'm no lawyer, nor do I pretend to have a full grasp on all the ways of the ATF, but I don't see why not. At that point it's registered, so you should be good to go whether it's classified as a pistol (with the brace being used as designed), or rifle (shouldered). But don't take my word for it.

#6403003 - 08/10/16 09:05 PM Re: SBR with Sig Brace Question [Re: Toxarch]
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99.9% of people with AR pistols with SIG braces shoulder them anyway they want to look cool with an SBR but apparently can't afford a 200 stamp
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