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contemplating my first tax stamp...

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by cal7.62x39, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. cal7.62x39

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    Thinking of going the route of a SBR Kriss Vector. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with these. Is it better to get the rifle varient and cut the barrel down or get the pistol varient and add a stock? Im thinking it would be cheaper to cut a barrel back than track down and buy their stock, but i dont know if that would lead to performance issues (ftf or fte). Whats the better path?
     
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    Why not just buy it as a sbr?
     
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    That is a great question. I havnt seen any around for sale locally, so I figured conversion was the way to go.
     
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    Might as well double up the stamps and get a can too!
     
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    Lol..... Ive seen em at sports world before, I'm sure they can get you one. Plus to buying a factory sbr is you don't have to worry about getting it engraved.

    A while back I looked into the kriss vector and what you would need to do to convert it. It basically came down to you having to send it to kriss for the conversion to keep the warranty.
     

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