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Thread: Uzi homebuilt full size "Pistol" with welded stock

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    Not quite. The ban was on the folding stock, weld it open and you get a fixed stock. Still a stock, just not the banned kind.

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    A Stock MUST NOT be able to be fitted to a PISTOL. OTHERWISE, IT IS AN SBR!

    A PISTOL MUST have means such that a STOCK CANNOT be readily applied to the system. An SBR is a CLASS-III weapon. It must be transferred and applied for with a TAX STAMP like a machine gun transfer. DO NOT kid yourself. If you are found with an SBR without legal remedy such as a TAX STAMP, there will be serious penalties imposed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afroman006 View Post
    During the AWB "folding" stocks were still sold but welded in the open position. Same basic idea, right?
    No SIR!!!

    WELDED in the CLOSED POSITION!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSIBIKE View Post
    No SIR!!!

    WELDED in the CLOSED POSITION!!!!

    MUSIBIKE
    Huh?

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    To be a PISTOL an extendable stock MUST be welded into the FOLDED or PISTOL POSITION!

    If it is EXTENDED, it is a rifle. Then, you better have an SBR tax stamp.

    MUSIBIKE

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