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Remington 870 Police Magnum
14 Inch Barrel w/Rifle XS sights, Mesa Side-Saddle, Magpul Furniture and Wilson One Shot Extension, InForce WLMx 500 Lumen light

 
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My Arizona “Varmint” Carbine Project







•Colt M16A1 lower
•Colt LE6946 CQB 10.3” Monolithic Upper Receiver Group
(w/MaTech folding rear sight)
•Aimpoint CompML2 4 MOA/A.R.M.S. -17 TRI-LOCK
•LaserDevices OTAL laser
•Surefire X200 light
•LAW Tactical AR folding stock adapter – Gen 3
•MFT Minimalist FDE butt stock
•Magpul FDE furniture & magazine
•BeatenZone A.T.C.H.#7 charging handle


…and when your last magazine runs dry: affix bayonet!
•Custom M8 bayonet


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Form 3 came back on this the other day, sent off the AOW check today.





When in doubt, pinky out.
 
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Took the APC9 and Griffin 3 lug mount down to the store to test fit the 9k. The Griffin mount does thread right on, and reduces the length by more than an inch compared to the Sico 3 lug.





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Was finally able to take the FNX down to the store, had the Osprey come through with the 9k. Was curious to see how this would look for a while. Had Capitol Armory refinish the 45k FDE since it will be dedicated to the gun. There were several FDE choices, was hard to pick one (Must be how FN felt when they designed their FDE guns Big Grin) The icing on the cake was it threads on just fine with the light mounted.






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Andy that B&T APC9 is aresome. I stupidly passed up an APC 45 a few months back.



"Ninja kick the damn rabbit"
 
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Nice additions you've got there Andy, it seems your NFA family is growing!


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

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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"The trouble with our Liberal friends...is not that they're ignorant, it's just that they know so much that isn't so." Ronald Reagon, 1964
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"Arguing with some people is like playing chess with a pigeon. It doesn't matter how good I am at chess, the pigeon will just take a shit on the board, strut around knocking over all the pieces and act like it won.. and in some cases it will insult you at the same time." DevlDogs55, 2014 Big Grin
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I was going out to play today but crappy weather kept me at home but I finally picked up my cut down 16" barrel on my AR-57 to 8" because I got my F/A bolt carrier! I wanted to try it with my F1 suppressor ... Also was going to play with the 300BO & Ruger with the YHM Mite



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... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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^ Were gonna need a video Smile




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Figured I'd bring the thread back to life. Form 3 came back on the M203 and I brought the door kicker gun down to fit it Big Grin


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-- Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past me I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain. --
 
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No tax stamp required for us, but in the spirit of the thread Smile




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Figured I'd bring the thread back to life. Form 3 came back on the M203 and I brought the door kicker gun down to fit it Big Grin




Is that 40 or 37mm? Do you load your own?
 
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Is that 40 or 37mm? Do you load your own?


40mm. I've got a couple crates of chalk rounds to use, may end up getting a .22 hornets nest shell to try.




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Sweet ... You can make BIG noise!

Now if you get actual exploding rounds are they considered destructive devices?

I know the 40mm tube is NFA, but is the shell also considered also a D.D.?

I know people reload the 37mm shells but being NFA can you reload your 40mm shells or are they a 1-use only?


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... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

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Sweet ... You can make BIG noise!

Now if you get actual exploding rounds are they considered destructive devices?

I know the 40mm tube is NFA, but is the shell also considered also a D.D.?


Yep. An explosive 40mm round is a DD, and each individual rounds requires a $200 tax stamp.

There are also additional federal/state/local licensing, storage, and transportation requirements for explosives.

Not worth the money and hassle.
 
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Sweet ... You can make BIG noise!

Now if you get actual exploding rounds are they considered destructive devices?

I know the 40mm tube is NFA, but is the shell also considered also a D.D.?


Yep. An explosive 40mm round is a DD, and each individual rounds requires a $200 tax stamp.

There are also additional federal/state/local licensing, storage, and transportation requirements for explosives.

Not worth the money and hassle.

So does that mean you can or can not reload the shell?

If you can't reload them I would have to agree "Not worth the money and hassle" ... that would make every shot $200 for the stamp + the cost of the round!


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

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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For real?
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new S&W






Not minority enough!
 
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HEDP rounds would be a whole other ballpark unforunatrly. I'm more than happy with lobbing these downrange though, and they can be delivered to my door!





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