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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-16-2012, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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Kinda sexxy.

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Take the pig break off and you have a nice flame thrower.
Great looks but it's an answer to a problem that doesnt exist. Pistol versions of any rifle do nothing but detract from the performance of the round. Even as an entry weapon in an SBR form ist's kinda lame.

But yes... from a looks standpoint, they are nice.

they look better with cans on them too............ sorry Il.!!!

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SWEET!! not sure that's legal though. Ponch will know!
110% legal.

The buffer tube is a "pistol" varient. As long as a stock doesnt make it's way on your OK. That being said, it is also only legal if the receiver was transfered as a virgin or as a pistol. If that receiver was a rifle from inception than this conversion would be ILLEGAL.

Gotta pay attention to those NFA laws.

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That's 9mm right?
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Even legal in california where I live. Not a big fan though.

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That's 9mm right?
Really ? I would think its a 556.

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Yeh...the magpul kinda gives that away. My mind has been on the RRA LAR-9 lately.
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That's 9mm right?
You can make one in 9mm though. Or switch uppers as needed.

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Yeh...the magpul kinda gives that away. My mind has been on the RRA LAR-9 lately.
9mm AR is nice becuase it's cheaper to shoot. shares ammo with your pistols and is allowed in 99% of indoor ranges.

and in a 5" version SBR sound awesome with a can!

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110% legal.

The buffer tube is a "pistol" varient. As long as a stock doesnt make it's way on your OK. That being said, it is also only legal if the receiver was transfered as a virgin or as a pistol. If that receiver was a rifle from inception than this conversion would be ILLEGAL.

Gotta pay attention to those NFA laws.
^^This is very true. Now you can make a rifle out of that pistol and change it back and forth as you see fit, but you had better document the hell out of it. I don't know why people do this other than to test the waters with the law. Lowers are so cheap that to even mess with the idea of changing them back and forth is stupid in my opinion.

Wink is this yours, or is it something you are thinking about getting? I personally would do a 9mm or .45 in the pistoi version if I were to go this route. While I love this rifle platform, I don't care for the pistol version and I have built quite a few. Damn IL and it's laws...... SBR and supressed would be the cats ass.

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Not mine, just thought it was a nice piece. Wanted to share.

I never get out and shoot anymore since moving to IL. I used to shoot multiple days a week when I lived in Kansas decades ago.

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Yeh those RRA LAR-9s are catching my eye.
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