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Title: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 10, 2019, 04:33:02 PM
So can one SBR  an other ? Thanks
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: LostCanuck on February 10, 2019, 05:14:31 PM
No, one cannot, at least not in CT, unless that "other" is a virgin (never a rifle) pre-1994, not-named lower.  Because an SBR is a rifle, and a rifle with those features in automatically a CT AW. 

But one might be able to turn it into an AOW - essentially an Other, but with an OAL of less than 26".  One might want to do that to put a folding brace on an Other. 

DISCLAIMER - This is not comprehensive info.  There are probably other things that can go wrong that I'm not thinking of right now. 
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: shermer-high on February 10, 2019, 06:44:54 PM
Last I heard once an other always an other nothing else but Madsmith would know for sure.
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 10, 2019, 08:48:26 PM
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No, one cannot, at least not in CT, unless that "other" is a virgin (never a rifle) pre-1994, not-named lower.  Because an SBR is a rifle, and a rifle with those features in automatically a CT AW. 

But one might be able to turn it into an AOW - essentially an Other, but with an OAL of less than 26".  One might want to do that to put a folding brace on an Other. 

DISCLAIMER - This is not comprehensive info.  There are probably other things that can go wrong that I'm not thinking of right now.

That actually makes sense thanks
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 10, 2019, 08:50:45 PM
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No, one cannot, at least not in CT, unless that "other" is a virgin (never a rifle) pre-1994, not-named lower.  Because an SBR is a rifle, and a rifle with those features in automatically a CT AW. 

But one might be able to turn it into an AOW - essentially an Other, but with an OAL of less than 26".  One might want to do that to put a folding brace on an Other. 

DISCLAIMER - This is not comprehensive info.  There are probably other things that can go wrong that I'm not thinking of right now.

That actually makes sense thanks
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: Zindo on February 10, 2019, 09:02:11 PM
All 'Others' must be a pistol configuration or a virgin receiver or in the AR Platform never having been sold as or been designated a rifle. AR platform DO NOT HAVE TO BE 'PREBAN' ! They must be a minimum of 26 inches with the brace in the collapsed position (if you have a extendable brace)
 There is no maximum length for the barrels  but they must be at least 12 inches long. They also MUST have a forward grip at all times. If you change your upper to another with the appropriate barrel length at least  12 inches or more, they MUST have that fore-grip or you have created an SBR without the proper tax stamp which is a felony. This is a must even for storing that weapon. Any 'named Assault' types (AKs and variants) are likely to get you in trouble even if they were originally a pistol. !


Zindo

Red Planet Arsenal !
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 11, 2019, 12:59:17 PM
Is there such a thing as AK other
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: Flatulence on February 11, 2019, 01:19:48 PM
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Is there such a thing as AK other

Not really. You can get a Galil other in 7.62x39.
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 11, 2019, 01:45:57 PM
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Not really. You can get a Galil other in 7.62x39.

OK i am all ears ?
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: Supes3 on February 11, 2019, 03:28:28 PM
Check out Red Planet Arsenal

https://www.redplanetarsenal.com/ (https://www.redplanetarsenal.com/)

I know Flatulence's shop carries some of those products or rather can get them.
Title: Re: Other SBR
Post by: 1911vm on February 11, 2019, 05:12:53 PM
very cool just not in my budget . thanks for the info.