Thread: Quick question
View Single Post
Old September 14, 2021, 09:43 AM   #11
dogtown tom
Senior Member
 
Join Date: January 23, 2006
Location: Plano, Texas
Posts: 2,786
Quote:
STORM2 After rereading, it appears the OP wants to change the dimensions of the stamped NFA gun.
Correct. And for an MG/SBR/SBS perfectly legal.



Quote:
I thought the serial # had to match the paperwork.
Nothing he wrote indicates that is not the case.



Quote:
If this is true then a new NFA gun would be created.
Huh?


Quote:
Does having a stamp mean you could keep making additional guns?
Oh heck no!
A "stamp" means you paid the federal tax to transfer (Form 4) or make (Form 1) an NFA firearm. The tax cover ONE NFA FIREARM made or one transfer.




Quote:
It sounds too easy to be true. I suggest the OP ask BATF in writing. The rules were created before we had erector style upper/lower guns.
True, the rules were created in 1934, so any firearm built since then has to abide by the NFA.




Quote:
Can we have one stamped S/N lower and a dozen different barrel combos?
Of course you can.





Quote:
Elvis: … “it all just seems like a great big fairytale”.
Elvis didn't know squat about the NFA.
__________________
Need a FFL in Dallas/Plano/Allen/Frisco/McKinney ? Just EMAIL me. $20 transfers ($10 for CHL, active military,police,fire or schoolteachers)

Plano, Texas...........the Gun Nut Capitol of Gun Culture, USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pELwCqz2JfE
dogtown tom is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.04520 seconds with 8 queries