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    no problem. Glad to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SalBO
    • the Barrel is ok
    That's interesting. Can you put the markings under the handguards or do they have to be in plain view?

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    I believe anywhere on the barell is fine but please check with ATF to make sure. Also, the time the engraver will know if he has done many SBR engravings.....
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    I think that they have to be conspicuous as that is the requirement for licenced manufacturers. The ATFE seems to feel that an approved form1 is a license to manufacture a single gun. It would also make it easier to prove to law enforcement that your paper work matches the gun in the event of a misunderstanding. I had one with my MG when leaving an area we were shooting at. The guys next to us had a cell phone and thought we were outlaws. My buddies left to go four-wheeling in the desert and I headed for the road. Cops were waiting on the road for us. Eight police cars later they finally decided that they didn't have a criminal and let me go. Clearly visible markings on the gun and copies of my forms. I also had a 18.5" barreled double 12 that I think every cop there measured at least once as it just looked too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yarro
    I think that they have to be conspicuous as that is the requirement for licenced manufacturers. The ATFE seems to feel that an approved form1 is a license to manufacture a single gun. It would also make it easier to prove to law enforcement that your paper work matches the gun in the event of a misunderstanding. I had one with my MG when leaving an area we were shooting at. The guys next to us had a cell phone and thought we were outlaws. My buddies left to go four-wheeling in the desert and I headed for the road. Cops were waiting on the road for us. Eight police cars later they finally decided that they didn't have a criminal and let me go. Clearly visible markings on the gun and copies of my forms. I also had a 18.5" barreled double 12 that I think every cop there measured at least once as it just looked too short.

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    Not to be argumentative but the section I read simply states "on the barrel" and gives the required depth and size of the letters. It doesnt say any specific place except the barrel. If you had to remove a handguard to show the engraving then you would have to remove a handguard. I really dont think it has to be in any specific place to be conspicuous at all but like I said, the ATF is the people to get specific answers like to theis question.....
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    what is the depth and size of the letters...

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    most places use a .075 tall font. I cant remember the required depth but itsabout what you see on a trophy......
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    I received the stamp for my AMD-65 SBR today. Thank you very much for your help. Now I need to get NDS-65 the receiver marked.

    BTW, it was just under seven weeks round trip.
    Last edited by Bret; 11-21-2006 at 12:16 PM.

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    congrats......
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    I sent 3 in 2 weeks ago...still no check cashy...maybe this week.

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