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What's on your list to Form 1 or 4?

Any new SBR's? Build or buy a new suppressor?

I kind of wish I'd SBR'd my Styer SPP and my 10-22 take-down, but I've already got several SBR AR lowers and a CMMG dedicated 22, a SBR'd SiG 522 so another SBR'd 22 isn't really necessary ...

However, an SBR'd 10-22 in an Archangle Nomad (HK G36 knockoff) would be cool, and I've got the Archangle with a 16" bull barrel so it would be easy ... a 10.5" barrel and my YHM 22 suppressor would just be long enough to clear the handguard.

Now that I have an adapter to suppress my SPP, I could see SBR-ing that ... A buddy has a non-folding stock for it he said I could "have" if I ever decide to SBR it ... So again, easy


The problem is, that would put my number of stamps at 27 ... it's silly (I probably have some sort of disorder) but I could see myself wanting to "round it up" to 30 Red Face

If I do anything more I'll still put them in my trust, it'll just have the added hassle getting picture and prints, but since I'm the only one in the trust, it won't be a big deal ... and besides, when I flame out (cremation) it'll be easier for the wife (or whom ever) to identify what needs "special handling" when disposing of them.


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Aside from that, nothing.

The new braces are getting pretty good so its curbed about 90% of the guns that were once slated for SBR.

Got all my cans last year and im trying to justify another one but cant. Perhaps a Surefire SOCOM mini becasue.........because.


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Nothing really right now, only thing I might need down the road is a .50 cal can. And agree with the above, with all the new brace deigns... SBRing for now is done as well!
 
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I recently (within the past 2-3 months) purchased 3 more suppressors.
(salvo, m4-2000, and a rimfire can)
I have plans to still purchase a few more (5 or 6) in the coming months.

I also have plans to submit at least 1 more SBR (form 1)
(possibly 2)
(ok probably 2)


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What "approved" braces are you using?
 
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Well, they're all approved in my eyes but the newest offerings from SB tactical have a very stock like appearance to them, so much so that Id rather forego the 200 stamp and wait time and have the ability to move through other states unimpeded.


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How is it "About done."?
What are wait times down to now?
 
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How is it "About done."?
What are wait times down to now?


Wait times are still long as hell.
They're working on Eforms (form1) for 7/10 and 7/11
(41f started on 7/13 - so we're close)

I have personally received stamps that I sent in on 7/6 and were cashed on 7/12. This was about 3 weeks ago.

So.. They're pretty damn close to being all caught up on the pre-41f submissions.


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I just picked up my first 2 suppressors yesterday. While there, my FFL and I started talking about shooting suppressed .22s and he let me shoot 2 of his firearms. An integrally suppressed CZ bolt action and a Walther PPK with an Xcalibur Eco-22, which he sells for $200.

Reading about how awesome and fun .22s are to shoot suppressed on the forum, experiencing it in person finally, everything said was absolutely correct! It was grin-inducing fun. Big Grin

I'm going to order my first .22, the Ruger Mark IV bronze has caught my eye, after they get the recall stuff done with and also get a suppressor for it post-41F. Now to start saving...

I'm hoping the wait this time won't be as long for the suppressor.



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I'd love another 1-2 suppressors, another 762 can and maybe another 556.

Otherwise I'm good - I would like a RDIAS of course, but the juice isn't remotely worth the squeeze.




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I hear ya. So give me some input on how to "fix" a Gemtech direct thread can to a 10.3 " barrel making it 16" overall.
Happened to find a few Gemtech's Treks at a price I could not resist.
 
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Originally posted by kimberkid:
What's on your list to Form 1 or 4?

Any new SBR's? Build or buy a new suppressor?

I kind of wish I'd SBR'd my Styer SPP and my 10-22 take-down, but I've already got several SBR AR lowers and a CMMG dedicated 22, a SBR'd SiG 522 so another SBR'd 22 isn't really necessary ...

However, an SBR'd 10-22 in an Archangle Nomad (HK G36 knockoff) would be cool, and I've got the Archangle with a 16" bull barrel so it would be easy ... a 10.5" barrel and my YHM 22 suppressor would just be long enough to clear the handguard.

Now that I have an adapter to suppress my SPP, I could see SBR-ing that ... A buddy has a non-folding stock for it he said I could "have" if I ever decide to SBR it ... So again, easy


The problem is, that would put my number of stamps at 27 ... it's silly (I probably have some sort of disorder) but I could see myself wanting to "round it up" to 30 Red Face

If I do anything more I'll still put them in my trust, it'll just have the added hassle getting picture and prints, but since I'm the only one in the trust, it won't be a big deal ... and besides, when I flame out (cremation) it'll be easier for the wife (or whom ever) to identify what needs "special handling" when disposing of them.


Kimber, the SPP is not great for SBR due to the need for the original (difficult to find) TMP stock. You're better off buying a B&T TP9 instead.

As for me, I have a HK94 that's getting the MP5-N sbr makeover. It has a fleming sear installed so I've been stalling in filing a form-1. I picked up a SP5K before the election and need to sbr it too. And I have a SCAR16 and PS90, both of which have long had approved form-1s and need short barrels installed. I have one more SIG 551-2 to sbr in the future, but that will wait for now. Too many irons in the fire.


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Im going to form 1 my MPX and MK18 this week. I also plan to get a SiCo Omega9k suppressor bought sometime this year for the MPX.


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Ohhh... that V7s is one sweeeet little SBR. Cool




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Kimber, the SPP is not great for SBR due to the need for the original (difficult to find) TMP stock. You're better off buying a B&T TP9 instead.

Does the TMP stock fold? I've been "of age" since the 70's and I've only seen folders in the movies, but like I said I have access to a non-folding one and I think it's Styer but I'd have to look it over again. It slides up from the bottom and has a notch the pistol grip fits in, and slides into the strap at the back with a latch that locks it in, I've always thought it was OE


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Does the TMP stock fold? I've been "of age" since the 70's and I've only seen folders in the movies, but like I said I have access to a non-folding one and I think it's Styer but I'd have to look it over again. It slides up from the bottom and has a notch the pistol grip fits in, and slides into the strap at the back with a latch that locks it in, I've always thought it was OE


It does not fold. It is a big thumbhole stock.


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Ohhh... that V7s is one sweeeet little SBR. Cool


Was a touch choice between this and the V4 SBR, ultimately I figured if I was going as small as possible, I might as well go light too.

Another member here got a BCM RECCE II LW pistol and when I threw it on the scale it came back at 5.8. I think that was the tipping point to go lighter.


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I'd love to get a can to deer hunt with. It's legal here in NC, and I'm sure my ears would appreciate it. I've been researching what I could get and use with what guns I have, or if I'd be better off to just buy a new .308 with a threaded barrel. Decisions, decisions. Smile




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It does not fold. It is a big thumbhole stock.

This is a stock like my buddy has and said I could have ... of course my SPP wouldn't have the forward grip.



If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

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