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Slimmy

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Mar 14, 2000
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my state and many other states consider it an "Other" at 12"+ so its not a pistol/sbr/etc

10.5 + welding the suppressor attachment gets me to 12"

my other others (lol) are 12" plus suppressor attachments plus suppressors so a bit lengthy...i wanted something slightly shorter... so welding saves me a couple inches. with the sandman k i think will be right around 15" (sandman k only adds 3")
Am I the only one confused by this? Are you saying your state overrules the NFA designation of an SBR?
 

PanzerAce

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Feb 25, 2006
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Am I the only one confused by this? Are you saying your state overrules the NFA designation of an SBR?
CT is wierd with gun laws for "pistols" and SBRs.

Also for reference on my 300blk I'm doing a Rex MG10, because fuck noise.
 

mysteryman

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Mar 20, 2006
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CT is wierd with gun laws for "pistols" and SBRs.

Also for reference on my 300blk I'm doing a Rex MG10, because fuck noise.

Not just CT I think pretty much every state except probably CA. Maybe MA. MA at one point was an exception. So can take "Others" pretty much anywhere to my knowledge.
 

Chuck Finley

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May 1, 2002
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my state and many other states consider it an "Other" at 12"+ so its not a pistol/sbr/etc

10.5 + welding the suppressor attachment gets me to 12"

my other others (lol) are 12" plus suppressor attachments plus suppressors so a bit lengthy...i wanted something slightly shorter... so welding saves me a couple inches. with the sandman k i think will be right around 15" (sandman k only adds 3")
But it's still federally an sbr....
 
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PanzerAce

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Feb 25, 2006
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Not just CT I think pretty much every state except probably CA. Maybe MA. MA at one point was an exception. So can take "Others" pretty much anywhere to my knowledge.
CT specifically has laws about "pistols" where if they're of a certain size then at a state level they're not regulated/prohibited.
 

mysteryman

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Mar 20, 2006
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Now I am reading 300blk subsonic is no good for home defense. 556 is best. even better than 9mm in terms of stopping power and not over penetrating. goofed on my latest 556 build shouldve gone smaller and used a different can.
 

mysteryman

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So anywhere else it would be considered a "pistol" then? What a clusterfuck

its not a pistol because of the forward grip IIRC

pretty sure 48-49 states have no issue with this

havent heard of a single case of someone being "Federally" arrested but IANAL
 

sp00n155

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Sandman K is hot garbage.
Strongly disagree. It's not a maximum suppression design it's a compromise of OAL and concussion mitigation for hunting or door kicking. It does that job very well and it's an incredibly robust can that will put up with an enormous amount of sustained fire if needed. It's not really for the static range fudd target shooting market.
dont think that is correct.
If you put a stock on that 12" barreled device, welded or not, you have created an sbr. The odds of a federal agent finding and arresting you are low but never 0. If you want to run a pistol brace and a forward grip, cool. Don't put a stock on it.
 
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Joe_Cool

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Strongly disagree. It's not a maximum suppression design it's a compromise of OAL and concussion mitigation for hunting or door kicking. It does that job very well and it's an incredibly robust can that will put up with an enormous amount of sustained fire if needed. It's not really for the static range fudd target shooting market.

If you put a stock on that 12" barreled device, welded or not, you have created an sbr. The odds of a federal agent finding and arresting you are low but never 0. If you want to run a pistol brace and a forward grip, cool. Don't put a stock on it.
:werd: and the fact that it's a 100% unconstitutional law won't stop you from rotting in prison.
 

mysteryman

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Mar 20, 2006
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Strongly disagree. It's not a maximum suppression design it's a compromise of OAL and concussion mitigation for hunting or door kicking. It does that job very well and it's an incredibly robust can that will put up with an enormous amount of sustained fire if needed. It's not really for the static range fudd target shooting market.

If you put a stock on that 12" barreled device, welded or not, you have created an sbr. The odds of a federal agent finding and arresting you are low but never 0. If you want to run a pistol brace and a forward grip, cool. Don't put a stock on it.

The other we are talking about is >= 12", no stock, forward grip. I dont think that violates any federal law.
 

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