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Glock "Buttstock" Apparatus

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Kind of Blued, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. Kind of Blued

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    Yes, it turns it into an SBR.

    If you don't have the tax stamp, it's a ticket to Club Fed.

    WTG, SPG!


    P.S. If SPG delivers to Canada, I suspect you can have them there.
     
  3. The Lone Haranguer

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    The shoulder stock can be sold by itself, just not attached to the handgun. I'm a bit surprised they don't tell you this. And assault rifle parts? :rolleyes:

    I fail to see the point, period. ;) Of either. :neener:
     
  4. buzz_knox

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    If you own a Glock and the shoulder stock, ATFE can/will assert that you have constructively made an SBR, as they've done many times in similar situations.

    And the stock does make a Glock 18 very controllable.
     
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    A G18, stock, and a suppressor would make for a very tasty, lightweight carbine.
     
  6. Kind of Blued

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    Agreed!

    I'd like two! With dual 33-round magazines of course.

    Goshdern "no fun guns" laws... :(
     
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