I got guns, you got guns, we all got guns! Free to the bone, please do not f**k with me.
Based on what I can conclude which is speculation at this point. Since they want a picture of the "pistol" with the form 1 that would...Is this just a free SBR tax stamp? If so, this could save me a few hundred.
If it's an SBR, then yes. And, yes, this is one reason to keep an AR in pistol configuration instead of SBR. Also, in the state of WA, you can't have a loaded rifle in a vehicle, but you can have a loaded pistol if you have a Concealed Pistol License.I wonder if a 5320.20 will be needed to travel between states? I've heard people use that argument, regarding pistol braces, when I say "just sbr it."
I have my pistol setup with a Strike Industries short pistol receiver extension which keeps a 12.5" barrel <26" which is the requirement for a pistol under Missouri Department of Conservation for Alternative Weapons season for deer hunting.As little recoil as there is for most AR pistols (heavies excluded), it's almost too much of a hassle to mess with a pistol brace, but drill a hole in a firm sponge ball and slip that over the end of the pistol tube... or, find a very pliable rubber crutch foot.
Of course, a laser sight can be used at arm's length to negate the accusation of shouldering a pistol braced rig. Or, a red dot for a pistol. A regular rifle optic feeds the "intent" accusation.
I'm no lawyer, but, what I was mentioning is "intent" when said pistol HAS a brace. I'm not aware of any issues being taken up shouldering a pistol without a brace. "?"I have my pistol setup with a Strike Industries short pistol receiver extension which keeps a 12.5" barrel <26" which is the requirement for a pistol under Missouri Department of Conservation for Alternative Weapons season for deer hunting.
With this setup and can still get a cheek weld with nothing touching my shoulder. Should it matter then what optic I'm running since there's no brace/stock?
I don't now about the attorney part, but couldn't agree more with the rest. - My philosophy is simple - don't say a damn word.Reguardless I would recommend consulting with a firearms attorney before submitting any NFA registrations and what to do with your pistol brace. The last thing you want to do is submit something that incriminates you. Once they have evidence of a crime they can and will hold it against you. Consulting with a firearms attorney is a added expence but keep you out of federal prison.
I look at the attorney part as insurance. Not required but very nice to have when you need it.I don't now about the attorney part, but couldn't agree more with the rest. - My philosophy is simple - don't say a damn word.
Yep. I suspect one of those head-in-the-sand gun owners is going to have a really bad day down the road. The reality is their life will be close to ruined and no one will care.A majority of gun owners know nothing about and don’t participate in firearms forums. With 10’s of millions of these braced pistols out there, literally millions of owners will know nothing about thaws rules. All they know is that it was legal when they bought them.