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[Ammo] Remington Gun Club Shotgun Shells - $3.98 / box
[Code] 25% off Rainier Arms Barrels with code "barrelsale"
[Handgun]Are you LE/.mil? FN509 for $369 + shipping.
[Parts] UnbrandedAR AR15 Lower Parts Kit complete - $30
There are so many good pistol braces out there, why would you ever buy a gun with a P&W supressor?
for when the atf inevitably says no more shouldering braces
Still would rather pay another 200 and be able to put my supressor on another gun.
I'm not saying your reason is invalid, in fact I agree with you. I was just offering a reason someone might want this rifle.
One high profile case away from it.
Wait, you can shoulder braces?
You can not build it with the intention of shouldering, but you can accidentally shoulder a brace. The ATF can change this opinion at any time.
I have never met anyone in real life that gives a fuck about what the ATF says about shouldering braces. Can't see that changing.
Ok, but your sample size is limited and personal anedotes do not prove much. There are people which care to follow the laws. It seems those you know do not care to and that is fine, but do not make it seem out of rational thought to do the contrary.
Only 1 form 1 is need for the suppressor since the barrel is 16". So no SBR stamp is not needed.
Sort of.. Only a single stamp is needed But, it's a single Form 4 since you are buying a suppressor. You don't need the stamp for an SBR since with the Pin/welded suppressor the barrel is over 16".
Form 1 is for when you make something (make an SBR or make your own suppressor).
Hardened Arms makes some excellent budget firearms, and this is the first time I've seen their suppressed 9mm ARs for sale, at what looks like quite a good price. I have one of their suppressed AR 15s and absolutely love it.
WARNING: The page for this firearm specifically states "This rifle and its optimized feed elements are designed for FMJ. We do not recommend hollow points or soft tip ammo. Non full metal jacket ammo tends to deform on feed and can cause reliability issues. FMJ ammo is the only ammo recommended for the best reliability." I am probably going to shy away due to this, but this could be a non-issue for some of you.
man, its so easy to fix the feed issues in 9mm AR barrels, its baffling why people keep putting out crap. The inability to feed defensive ammo is why I wont even bother with a MP5 or clone. Its half useless.
After I sent my Odin works barrel to Macon Armory to touch up the feed cone, it has fed every 147gr hollow point, flat point, whatever round I have tried.
Wierd, my Special Weapons POS feeds 147gr JHP just fine.