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Sig MPX-C

Discussion in 'Legal' started by rlmenn, Jan 24, 2013.

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  1. rlmenn

    rlmenn Member

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    If you haven't heard, Sig Sauer is making a new carbine in 9mm, .40S&W, and .357 Sig. It has a 6.5 in barrel with a 9.5 in muzzlebrake. The muzzle brake is baffle system used in a suppressor. What I am wondering is what type of paperwork and transfer would be involved in that? You only buy a metal tube and an end cap but it suppresses the weapon. I'm a loss here, and I really want an MPX-C and I want to suppress it since it is so cheap to do. Does anyone know what type of taxes and paperwork would go along with that?
     
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    $200 and the standard NFA paperwork for a suppressor. In the case of the Sig carbine the tube is considered the suppressor and has a serial number on it.
     
  3. Madcap_Magician

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    I think I would only want one if it was SBR'd, I think the SMGs with a 16" barrel just look wrong. Like the .22 MP5 clones with the fake suppressors.
     
  4. Prince Yamato

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    It's a real can on it. It's just missing the actual tube. Pay $200, add tube, viola, suppressed carbine.
     
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    Just watched the video from SHOT on this. Need to go change my pants.

    I can only imagine what the MSRP on this thing is going to be.
     
  6. rlmenn

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    I am too excited for this gun. I wish Sig would announce some more info such as MSRP and the launch date!
     
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