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    Quote Originally Posted by MANotaur View Post
    I figured as much. And a class vii?? Whats the defination of a class vii? I figured any class 3 would be able to do it?

    So its kind of like the soviet ak kits? All factory built and ready to go minus the parts that make it full auto?
    Well, its just minus the main receiver portion, or (depending on the gun) its got its receiver cut into pieces that you can reweld. So it is by default the original full auto, unless you make changes. And to retain legality you have to make those changes in the process of building, or it has to be built by an appropriate manufacturer and registered as an NFA item, etc.

    Yeah, maybe it does just require a class 3, I'm working with a class 7 which allows for silencers and a few other things as well as full auto and SBRs.
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    Has anyone else invested in a "bumpfire" stock?

    I put the Fostech Bumpski on one of my WASR's. I think it was worth every penny. Not necessarily practical, but it's more impressive than I would have thought; and all hell of a lot of fun to shoot.

    I may start working on an AK-74 build this winter and put it on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Has anyone else invested in a "bumpfire" stock?

    I put the Fostech Bumpski on one of my WASR's. I think it was worth every penny. Not necessarily practical, but it's more impressive than I would have thought; and all hell of a lot of fun to shoot.

    I may start working on an AK-74 build this winter and put it on that.
    I have a friend in Reno that has one on his AR. It works surprisingly well
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    I have a friend in Reno that has one on his AR. It works surprisingly well
    They are definitely more impressive than I would have thought.

    The ATF apparently approved this new trigger that will be released early next year:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    They are definitely more impressive than I would have thought.

    The ATF apparently approved this new trigger that will be released early next year:

    It sucks Cali bans all the cool stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    They are definitely more impressive than I would have thought.

    The ATF apparently approved this new trigger that will be released early next year:

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarcraftJJS View Post
    You could always Build or buy a AR15 with a 9mm barrel. use 32 round uzi(?) mags. Functions just like a normal .223 but could load up with home defense rounds.

    Not saying go with Rock River, but not a bad one. I personal would just build it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dds View Post
    wish they made that in .45acp
    Not sure when they will be done but:
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    Anyone have an AR pistol? I never really considered one but the new extar exp has piqued my interest as a get home bag gun... $450 price tag, only 18 inches long... and can be lawfully concealed being a pistol and all. Thoughts?
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    Tansui. My dad and I had one a few years ago. The CarBon 15 I think was what it was. It was fun but there is nothing practical about it. Fun as hell for plinking though. If the extar is anything similar and you can get it for 450 go for it.
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    if i had the funds i'd totally get an ar pistol to convert into an SBR. or a drako. SBRs are sexy as ****
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    I'd SBR an AK before an AR. 5.56 with a sub-16in barrel just isn't doing the round justice from what I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    Anyone have an AR pistol? I never really considered one but the new extar exp has piqued my interest as a get home bag gun... $450 price tag, only 18 inches long... and can be lawfully concealed being a pistol and all. Thoughts?
    There fun to take the range and a bug out bag. You really can't put anything on the front of AR pistol like a Forward Grip to control the rise, because I believe it is a illegal in some states. Along as the collapsible stock will not work. Unless you turn it into a SBR.

    Carrying as a CC weapon, I'm guessing it is legal because it is considered a pistol, but would be kinda hard unless you are wearing a trench coat can't see it under a regular jacket. Not sure but it is your choice. I do like AR Pistols tho.
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    I was thinking of putting it in a backpack as a just incase.... but only if it's accurate (<2 moa) out to 50 yards with a cheap reflex...
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    Anyone carrying springfield xd? Namely the 9mm (not the s or the m variant). Looking for a good holster but not sure if I'm gonna go belt or iwb. Looking for recommendations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironpsych View Post
    Anyone carrying springfield xd? Namely the 9mm (not the s or the m variant). Looking for a good holster but not sure if I'm gonna go belt or iwb. Looking for recommendations.
    I don't carry a SpringField XD but http://www.kholster.com/ has some nice IWB if you want to carry that way and great prices $41.00 + shipping for IWB. I have 2 of his holsters one for a Walther P99 and another one for a Glock 19 both are very nice. I used the P99 one on my trip to Florida 16+ hours wearing it. Knew it was there but not too much problems. Tho I would have preferred a OWB which I have now that I use when driving long ways. If I'm going to be walking around more then driving I go with the IWB tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironpsych View Post
    Anyone carrying springfield xd? Namely the 9mm (not the s or the m variant). Looking for a good holster but not sure if I'm gonna go belt or iwb. Looking for recommendations.
    I like my vacuum formed kydex iwb for my px4 and my 1911
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    I carry an M&P and I love my nate squared tactical "super tuck style" iwb holster
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    My dad ended up buying me the Bianchi 135 "suppression" for my XD. I gotta say its gonna look pretty ****ing sexy. Now I'll have two sexy black things in my pants.......the pistol and the holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slappy244 View Post
    YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qqbClkGhMY

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    Im thinking about doing a compact ar-15 with a 9mm upper. Something along these lines
    IMG_1248.jpg
    Has anyone built one and is there anything I should keep an eye out for? I built a 223 last year with out a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Im thinking about doing a compact ar-15 with a 9mm upper. Something along these lines <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=93 942"/> Has anyone built one and is there anything I should keep an eye out for? I built a 223 last year with out a problem.
    I'm drooling right now!!! what do you think that will cost you when done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    I'm drooling right now!!! what do you think that will cost you when done?
    As far as cost goes Its all going to depend on the upper receiver and weather or not I want to go with polymer or steal lower If I had to guess I would say between 500-700 I would like to keep it on the lower end if possible
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    u should do a log if you do it. i always wanted to learn how to do one like that and that price is something i could afford. illegal in Cali though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Im thinking about doing a compact ar-15 with a 9mm upper. Something along these lines
    Has anyone built one and is there anything I should keep an eye out for? I built a 223 last year with out a problem.
    Are you doing a pistol or SBR? I'm building a budget 5.56 pistol with the SB-15 Sig brace now (parts were all ordered Friday). better than the hoops id have to go through for an SBR.

    along these lines:
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Im thinking about doing a compact ar-15 with a 9mm upper. Something along these lines
    IMG_1248.jpg
    Has anyone built one and is there anything I should keep an eye out for? I built a 223 last year with out a problem.
    First thing you will want to know is you will have to get a $200 tax stamp for the Lower Receiver. That is on top of the cost of the total gun. There are different ways to build you SBR. Options like starting with a Pistol AR. or Ground up build. But the $200 tax stamp you can not get around. Well I guess you could build it with out the Tax Stamp. But you get caught with a Unlicensed SBR and you will have a lot of time for working out in the State/Fed prison.

    Now done with the Fed Tax/ bad stuff that could happen.

    Building one is really not different then a 16" AR. The 9mm just uses a insert for the mag well to take the stick mags for the UZI (I think that's what it uses). And ofcourse the upper is built a little different but not much. Best to buy that built, but if you want build it yourself go ahead its not that hard but get your head space right. The lower receiver parts I don't think are that different aside from the trigger (I think on the trigger), and the buffer (have to have a different buffer I believe a solid). Have fun with it when its done.

    I'm building a 300 BLK SBR, but with that there really isn't anything that is changing but the barrel from a 16" AR. Just the wait for my tax stamp to come back.

    Here is a FAQ from AR15.com:
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarcraftJJS View Post
    First thing you will want to know is you will have to get a $200 tax stamp for the Lower Receiver. That is on top of the cost of the total gun. There are different ways to build you SBR. Options like starting with a Pistol AR. or Ground up build. But the $200 tax stamp you can not get around. Well I guess you could build it with out the Tax Stamp. But you get caught with a Unlicensed SBR and you will have a lot of time for working out in the State/Fed prison.

    Now done with the Fed Tax/ bad stuff that could happen.

    Building one is really not different then a 16" AR. The 9mm just uses a insert for the mag well to take the stick mags for the UZI (I think that's what it uses). And ofcourse the upper is built a little different but not much. Best to buy that built, but if you want build it yourself go ahead its not that hard but get your head space right. The lower receiver parts I don't think are that different aside from the trigger (I think on the trigger), and the buffer (have to have a different buffer I believe a solid). Have fun with it when its done.

    I'm building a 300 BLK SBR, but with that there really isn't anything that is changing but the barrel from a 16" AR. Just the wait for my tax stamp to come back.

    Here is a FAQ from AR15.com:
    http://quarterbore.com/library/pdf_f...edriflefaq.pdf
    And this is why I love AM I did not know about that stamp tax. That would have been the last thing I needed, go out to the range where the Sheriffs train and get popped for having an illegal firearm looks like I am going the pistol rout with the sig brace
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    Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    u should do a log if you do it. i always wanted to learn how to do one like that and that price is something i could afford. illegal in Cali though?
    Shoot bro you and I both live is SD we should just have a build party!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    And this is why I love AM I did not know about that stamp tax. That would have been the last thing I needed, go out to the range where the Sheriffs train and get popped for having an illegal firearm looks like I am going the pistol rout with the sig brace
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    This Rifle would be great to get. Then later if you want to get a collapsible stock for it you can just change out the brace after you got your stamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarcraftJJS View Post
    This Rifle would be great to get. Then later if you want to get a collapsible stock for it you can just change out the brace after you got your stamp.

    I may yet put a collapsible stock on mine and convert to an SBR down the road, but the atf (form 1) approval process is upto about 10 months and you must have the stamp prior conversion. Also note that in CA where a couple of you guys live you still have to have a fixed stock. I'm in TX so none of that silliness for me.
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    Going to move my Bushnell TRS-25 over to my pistol so i can put a real scope on my 16 inch barrel rifle

    Anyone used one of the knockoff ACOGs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    I may yet put a collapsible stock on mine and convert to an SBR down the road, but the atf (form 1) approval process is upto about 10 months and you must have the stamp prior conversion. Also note that in CA where a couple of you guys live you still have to have a fixed stock. I'm in TX so none of that silliness for me.
    True and after you have your stamp you have to engrave your lower with your information like name and I think stamp number. Before you can put even put the stock on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    Going to move my Bushnell TRS-25 over to my pistol so i can put a real scope on my 16 inch barrel rifle

    Anyone used one of the knockoff ACOGs?
    I use Primary Arms M2 Aimpoint clone. And I really like it.
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    Just got my pistol operational. Missing a handful of accessories still but "she's alive!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    Just got my pistol operational. Missing a handful of accessories still but "she's alive!"

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    Bro that ar pistol turned out sick !!!! what round does it shoot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    Just got my pistol operational. Missing a handful of accessories still but "she's alive!" <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=94 517"/>
    dude post a vid!!! i wanna see it in action
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    Thanks guys I'll try to shoot a video when I can. It's chambered in 5.56 NATO so it will shoot 5.56 or .223.

    300 ACC Blackout would be cool but I like having a standardized round.
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