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Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Swing, Mar 17, 2012.

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  1. Swing

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    Hey. Is anyone offering a factor-made Mac-10 SBR? There are handgun and carbine versions that could be Form 1ed, but just curious if there is some outfit making set up all ready.

    If there is not, which would be easier, adapting a pistol to a stock or having a carbine professional cut down? The problem with the latter is I'm not sure there is an outfit making folders, but I could be wrong.

    Thanx.
     
  2. Swing

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    Forgot to mention, .45 ACP is preferred, but 9x19mm would be OK too.
     
  3. Prince Yamato

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    You can buy Ace folding stock adapters for Masterpiece Arms pistols. Obviously you should register as an sbr before adding the stock.
     
  4. Swing

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    Alrighty, I'll look into that. Oh and, yes, I am aware the Form 1 stuff needs to be done and done before "going there." :)
     
  5. Clermont

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    I'm uncertain if this semi-automatic .45 ACP MAC 10, advertised in December 1990 American Rifleman, is a short barrel rifle or pistol. It would depend on whether the wire stock extends or not. I suspect it doesn't but it is what the short barrel rifle MAC 10 would look like.

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  6. Swing

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    Oh, the pimpalicius model. ;)

    Yah, I'm looking for something long those lines (minus the gold, etc.), with either an original wirestock or a modern folder.
     
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