No trouble at all. I think there are a lot of people who don’t know all the rules with these.
Yes, as mentioned in a previous post I got the stamp for mine and got it engraved in order to turn it into a legal SBS. As soon as you add a stock it changes from “other” into a shotgun and since it’s got a 14” barrel it’s a short barrel shotgun, which is illegal without the stamp and engravings. I should have mentioned that in this last post though and will go edit it.
I do hope to add another one though in original form. I should have grabbed another when they were plentiful and selling for around $350 or so. Now I see them at $600ish.
OK, cool. It's certainly confusing, and I've heard people say you could add a stock without going NFA, but it never sounded right.
I want to Form 1 a 14" semi auto to an SBS one of these days. Love that Magpual stock.
Posts: 1226 | Location: Corona de Tucson, AZ | Registered: October 04, 2009
Grumpy came out nice - like the custom strap. Enjoy! Have only shot the 20 gauge but surprisingly easy with anything but 3” Turkey loads. Laser helps with rough target pickup/faster than beadsite. Only firearm I’ve like the laser on.
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Posts: 1999 | Location: South Florida | Registered: December 24, 2007
im interested in the Remington Tac 14 but about 6 yrs before these were legal, I got the stamp for my factory Remington 12 inch SBS. its a USSS contract overrun gun...so I guess I don't really need the Tac 14??