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    Default Finally my SBRs have come home!

    Well after a long wait the ATF blessed me and I now have three more SBRs to the collection. Now unfortunately with my work schedule, I have no idea when I will be able to shoot them. lol Here there are my AK-105, Yugo M92 and AMD-65.
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    Very sweet weapons. NOW IT'S YOUR TIME TO ENJOY THEM.
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    LOL the problem is I have no idea when I will get to shoot them. It could be awhile. Oh well

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    Thumbs up Kino...

    Beautiful weapons. A+ on those. Thank you for the pictures.
    I just sent in for another NFA.. They cashed my check. How long is the wait now if you dont mind me asking. 4th.
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    WOW those are nice I like the yugo the most, and like the 4th said how long is the wait I had a form 1 stamp go pending june 1st, did you go the trust route?

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    I really like the wood on teh AK105 but I am really feeling the M92. I wish I had bought a second kit when they were out. A M92 kit with either a sidefolder or even a fixed buttstock would be outstanding to have in the collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    Beautiful weapons. A+ on those. Thank you for the pictures.
    I just sent in for another NFA.. They cashed my check. How long is the wait now if you dont mind me asking. 4th.
    IIRR it was close to a year. I want to say between 8-10 months around there give or take a month or so.

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