Machine gun trumps SBR. If you have a tax stamp for a machine gun, you don’t need a second stamp if it’s also a SBR. I believe you’ll need a second stamp for the suppressor regardless of the length or whether it’s integral or not. I believe that MP5SDs are two stamp guns.
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Yes. Machine gun stamp trumps sbr. Even if you weld the suppressor on an upper you will need a stamp for that. We only have two suppressed rifles right now. So two stamps for suppressors and 10 machine guns. So we need 8 more suppressors. Lol
Originally posted by Dwill104: Machine gun trumps SBR. If you have a tax stamp for a machine gun, you don’t need a second stamp if it’s also a SBR.
Unless of course you are using an HK RDIAS, then the rifle becomes an SBR when you remove the RDIAS / Trigger pack (which can be the registered "Machine Gun"), so you would also need a SBR stamp to shoot it with a semi auto trigger pack / sear installed.
As with most things, it's a very tangled web depending on the type of full auto weapon being discussed. HK especially so.