Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
M&P9 M2.0 Compact. It's also the first gun I bought.
CZ 550 FS in 30-06. Beautifully figured stock... could not turn it down.
One of my grail guns- an immaculate S&W 2.5" M19-3 snubbie. Pics to follow if I can get my stupid camera to work......
3rd gen Glock 20.
Henry Steel 45-70
Blue label Glock 19 Gen 5.
Got this a few days ago. Posted a couple pics in another forum, but thought it could go here as well. Already have another. That one is a fine shooter. Hope this one is as good.
Ruger Charger. Added a Copper Custom brace adapter and put a Shockwave kit on it. Threw a red dot on and installed the included (UTG) bipod. Suppressor sold separately :]
So you made an SBR out of it. Hope you paid the tax.
Kaeto writes: (about the Ruger Charger with a Copper Custom Brace Adaptor installed)
No, he didn't. He put an forearm brace on it, not a shoulder stock. The ATF has already ruled, following a dustup over the then-new SiG Brace, that affixing such a device to a handgun does not turn it into a rifle.
For a while there, the ATF held a stance that, if the firearm with such a stock was shouldered like a rifle, it became a SBR and would therefore be subject to the NFA restrictions. However, the ATF has since backed down from that.
In a nutshell, what it would take to make a forearm brace-equipped handgun into a rifle would be to modify the manner of the brace's attachment to facilitate shoulder-firing, and making the modification in such a way that shoulder-firing becomes the only practical way to operate the firearm, that its primary purpose is to exist as a rifle.
That’s an arm brace. It’s not a shoulder stock. No tax stamp required.
That so-called brace looks more like a stock.
@Kaeto nope, not a stock just a KAK brand brace. Although I agree that it is the best looking brace out there, closest you can get to a stock for the price. All legal, no stamps required (except for the suppressor)
It does indeed, and it's quite possible that the makers of these braces know they'll likely be used as stocks from time to time, and bank on that making them easier to sell.
For the time being, however, they remain "braces", and are not subject to the NFA restrictions.
Hey me too...just qualified with it last week as my off duty. Love it so far. Owb in a Bravo owb/bca under a t-shirt work great.
bought a Ruger SR22 4 1/2" BBL today...local dealer price matched Grabagun.com at $315.00
Ruger SR22 Model 3620 (long bbl)
I bought a 3.5" SR22 when they first came out (2012???). Comparison of the two.
@rws_53 where did you get the pistol rack? I like the gray, most I see are black.
Google Hyskore 30058 for the 7 gun stackable rack or Hyskore 30073 for the 4 gun stackable rack....prices vary from place to place with some offering FREE shipping. Note: the 4 place rack is not listed on the Hyskore web site any more but is still available from other sellers.
S&W model 10-5, 4" barrel. 1975 vintage.
Some light speckles of rust and holster wear, but that's fine; it was reflected in the asking price. Mechanically fit and sound. Should be a good little shooter.
S & W model 66 no dash, with stainless steel sights.
these just came today...I have two more 7 place racks coming from another online vendor
The 7 place racks are stackable and the 4 place racks have connectors to lock 2 or more together
a Ruger American Pistol .45 ACP Pro Model
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