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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Slugo, Jan 11, 2012.
check it out, with a couple of happy sticks to boot...
I have seen one before and I want one. Does it make your pistol classified as an SBR?
Did it require a $200.00 tax stamp? If not is there an ATF letter that says its ok?
Ultimate glock zombie slayer
All NFA rules should apply...LOL
The shoulder stock, foregrip, and barrel less than 16" definitely make that an SBR.
This one, however, doesn't require the tax stamp:
Mechtech carbine conversion. I so want.
yes, ATF approval required...
sig just came out with a similar "conversion" without the stock its not considered an SBR
The model that comes with the folding stock is an NFA item that requires the $200 tax stamp, without the stock, it is still just a pistol.
cool conversion I like it.
Even without a stock, if you have a vertical fore grip on a short barrelled firearm you need a tax stamp. With a tax stamp they are still illegal in some places.
so how do i go about getting this one or where can i order it from (sbr)?
Correct, as an AOW. Its a $5 transfer fee
Theyre made by a company called Hera-Arms.
You can buy the kit @ GlockParts.com for $299
Sig has also come out with a carbine conversion that works with all large frame pistols..including Glock....Pretty cool...
I know a dealer that was selling a similar model and said a tax stamp is required. A shoulder stock, even a temp one, makes it a rifle so the barrel must be 16+ for rifle and 18+ for shotgun or have a NFA stamp.
ATF NFA transfer is $200, same as making one.
I have seen a few. The best is from command arms called the Roni. Several versions. The new civilian version is called the Roni G1. You don't need the tax stamp. All other Roni you need the stamp. Check them out in youtube or google. Caa or Roni. I am getting one. Only issue is that you need a Glock gen 2 or older. Gen 1 won't work.
That has a shoulder stock and a vertical fore-grip, it may not be listed yet, but I bet it will be soon. All I saw on their website is the G1 and G2 for Glocks, and both are SBR's
It has both you described. I think my spell check got me. It is a Roni C1 for civilian. Has 16 inch barrel. If ya look it up try typing Caa civilian or Roni civilian. There is a waiting list to order.
Got it, I found it. Looks like it won't be formally introduced until SHOT.