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Sbr ar stripped lower(??)

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by BUDMAN-BILL, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. BUDMAN-BILL

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    Is it posable to just buy a stripped lower from
    A dealer already marked as an registered sbr? I
    Know I would have to deal with the tax stamp.
     
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    A stripped lower is just a lower and doesn't fall under NFA.
     
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    You could, I suppose, but I don't know of anyone who does that... see, the dealer would have to pay the $200 tax to register it as an SBR, and they would pass on that cost to you. So you would be buying a stripped lower with an extra $200 cost that you then would have to pay another $200 to transfer to yourself.

    Why?


    Some dealers sell full rifles that are SBRs and they have already registered... but it's easier to roll in that $200 tax into the cost of a whole rifle than just a stripped lower. I just don't see any market for it, personally.


    I'm curious why you would want to do this? So you could do it as a transfer instead of making it? The diff between a Form 1 and a Form 4, if I have my terminology right? I'm still just getting into this stuff, so forgive me if I have it wrong, but this is how I understand it.
     
  4. BUDMAN-BILL

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    I didn't know. I'm totally new to it and wasn't sure if you
    Could. Always wanted one but never knew anyone personally
    Enough to help or even to bug enough so I could put one together.
     
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    I'd be happy to help you build one if you want. I love building ARs, it's awesome. :D I have all the tools you could need, too.
     
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    No, I'm talking about registering a lower so I can put together
    A sbr.
     
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    Well, you could always build first, then register (since it's going to take forever to get the paperwork back) and SBR it after. Build it as a full-length or a pistol first.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing
     
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    02/07 manufacturers don't pay anything other than their yearly fees to make a SBR.

    Just do it this way. Pistol gets you closest to finished product c
     
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    Good to know... does it work the same way for AOWs?? I'm seriously wanting an AOW shotty...
     

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