Evil Black Rifles and tacticool hotness

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by CodyY, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Rodzilla

    Rodzilla Little short for a Stormtrooper

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    Specs? Specially that "evil feature" free float tube. Would like to know the length of the upper as well. That thing is awesome.:clap
  2. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    If you create a firearms trust, you can get the tax stamp by going around the chief leo signature with the trust.
    Now whether Illinois allows it or not is another question.
  3. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    Noveske lower
    7" mossberg hbar bbl
    MI SS FF rail
    LAR Grizzly upper
    Spike's bcg
    Geisselle super 3 gun trigger
    Hogue grip
  4. milq

    milq Been here awhile

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    Yes, as of Jan. 2013 anyone with a C&R FFL can go through the process and obtain a tax stamp for an SBR.

    You can visit the link in my sig line and get a lot more info on it. The gent that is IL NRA lobbyist frequents there and he helped write the bill for SBR.
  5. KeithinSC

    KeithinSC Long timer

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    Good news! Went to Columbia, SC yesterday. Strong rumor that they had AR lowers available IF you get there early.
    Got to the store 20 minutes before opening, 10 people in line:huh
    By 10 am, had to be about 40!

    Doors open and I figure we would all just file inside in the order we had queued up. Nope. ASSHOLE stampede like Black Friday at Walmart. WTF??!

    Most went to the rifle counter. Complete basic ARs for $800. I think there we 20 available. I went to the next counter for stripped lowers. Maybe 50 available at $120 each. I got two. I figure my first build will be a 223 for hog hunting. The other was claimed by SWMBO, prolly do a .22 drop in conversion. Or maybe a stamp for a SBR with a suppressor. First build, so I will be slowly gathering parts as I find them/ can afford them. Would consider trading one for a AR10 build in .308 though:evil

    Any parts suggestions??? Guidance for the noob? (reading AR15.com a lot already)



    Also, in the line of people getting lowers. 2 per person per day. Yup, Husband and Wife, both getting their allotment. Over heard Her say to Him. "How many more days are we going to stand in this $%%& line every morning? Haven't you sold enough of these lowers?"
    Probably the same one who has these SAME lowers on Armslist SC for $250 EACH:asshat
  6. Motor31

    Motor31 Long timer

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    There are still lowers out there, obviously. It's the uppers that are scarce as hen's teeth.
  7. PirateJohn

    PirateJohn Banned

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    What carries the serial number? The lower?


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  8. KeithinSC

    KeithinSC Long timer

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    Yup, the lower is marked with the SN. Had to fill out the forms at the shop. The clerks had it down to a science. I already have a CWP, so just the form. But others were having to run through NICS phone call.
  9. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    Everyone who purchases a firearm has to be run through NICS, regardless of what permit you may have.

    If you leave a weapon on consignment at a shop and you decide not to sell it, they have to run a NICS check for you to pick up your own weapon.
  10. KeithinSC

    KeithinSC Long timer

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    SC laws may not be the same as your area. I already had a NICs as part of the CWP process. Bought a few long guns and handguns since. Show the CWP, fill out the form (not a wanted felon, have not renounced my citizenship, etc), plunk down the cash and carry out the firearm, no phone calls needed.:clap
  11. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    You had to fill out an ATF form 4473 right?
    http://www.atf.gov/forms/download/atf-f-4473-1.pdf
  12. KeithinSC

    KeithinSC Long timer

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    Yup. From 4473 took about 5 minutes in and out.
    Lookit question 23.
    "No NICS check needed because buyer has a valid permit from the state where the transfer is to take place, which qualifies as an exemption to NICS"
  13. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    Huh. That's interesting.

    How long are the CWPs good for? 4 years?

    What if someone were to get a CWP, then a month later be convicted of a felony?

    They would be able to purchase a firearm illegally by just showing the CWP?
  14. Rafiki

    Rafiki Some Dude

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    Felony revokes cwp.
  15. KeithinSC

    KeithinSC Long timer

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    Before we get too far off topic.....

    Evil black and yellow power tools?
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  16. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    But how would the store know that?
  17. Rafiki

    Rafiki Some Dude

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    Kinda the same way they take your license from your possession when you lose your driving privileges,wouldn't they also take your cwp license when your convicted?
  18. newcastleadam

    newcastleadam Artful Tagger

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    At least in Florida stores still run background checks on CWL holders. Imagine this is true in other states as well.
  19. The_Commander

    The_Commander The Man.

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    Hi. How are ya? They don't have to be processed via NICS in states which allow the HCP to stand for the background check. THere is a box on the ATF 4473 for such a reason. It also stands for the purchase of a Class III/NFA weapon.

    07/02 FFL/SOT holder.
  20. RuggedExposure

    RuggedExposure Now with more rugged

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    Doing good.

    For the purchase of an NFA item, but it obviously can't replace the Form1/4 right?