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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    Quote Originally Posted by AHelm3 View Post
    Precisely why Iím ditching the SBA3 on my Scorpion. Currently waiting on my form one. If braces go the way of bumpstocks, thereís going to be an insane influx of form 1s, and Iíd rather be ahead of that wave.
    50 years ago when braces became the poor man's obvious means of achieving what those with more money could do, the "haves" seemed perturbed by the fact that they were paying $200 plus parts (and knee pads for groveling), while the "have-nots" were clicking "BUY" and slapping on braces within a few days of deciding to do it.
    The haves were shouting "YEAH, but what happens if they BAN those things???!!!"

    My reply? "Then they ban them."

    So far, so good, and if they do get banned, not a whole lot changes.

    To each his own. I'll stick to the braces.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    Quote Originally Posted by Misery Loves Shotguns View Post
    Is it required that you get it engraved as well? I was never really able to get an answer on that in my NFA research. I thought you only needed to engrave it if you intended to sell it. I already have labeled this a keeper for life along with my Beretta 92 pistols (92FS, 92A1, and M9A1).
    You have to get it done before you make it into an SBR.
    https://johnpierceesq.com/what-are-t...g-on-a-form-1/

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    They are hard to sell when SBR'd.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    Can't they be easily un-SBR'd?
    I know where Hunter's been.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Can't they be easily un-SBR'd?
    Yes but you still have the engraving on it. I had one removed from the registry.
    If its a non collectible it'll be easier to sell than a collectible. Who wants someones name
    engraved on a nice collectible gun, value wouldn't hold anyway. Mine is a olympic arms,
    non collectible.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    What's your Z5 doing? My Feb 2018 production model runs flawlessly.
    Failures to feed/jamming with 147 gr, both suppressed and unsuppressed. Sent it back to Zenith and they tightened rivets and replaced ejector/extractor. Also tightened the mag well. Now I have to really slam the mags in and even pull them out after releasing. And still having 147 gr. failures. Rounds sideways in the chamber area, sometimes hanging in the mag, sometimes not. Plan to send it back again.

    Quote Originally Posted by Misery Loves Shotguns View Post
    Is it required that you get it engraved as well? I was never really able to get an answer on that in my NFA research. I thought you only needed to engrave it if you intended to sell it. I already have labeled this a keeper for life along with my Beretta 92 pistols (92FS, 92A1, and M9A1).
    Yes, as stated. And you can sell it later. Some advice was given on removing it from the registry. You can also transfer it as an SBR on a Form 4, but a lot of people don't like that someone else's name is engraved on it.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    I just SBR'd my Kel-tec CMR-30..... And while I have no idea how long a hard copy form 1 will take.... My form 4 suppressor
    Is coming up on 11 months in ATF jail! I am told that most efiled form 1's are approved in under 30 days.... It is a crappy government web sight..... But I suck at computers.... And I got it done in an hour or so..... Just make sure to shut off your pop up blockers!

    Good luck!
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    Big whoop, I'm spooning a Barret .50 Cal...... I could like kill a building.....

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    As far as the issue with regularly crossing state lines, you can submit the form for transport and fill out the form to say that it is for reoccurring/multiple trips to the same place for the next 365 days for recreational shooting. I know people doing this without issue. Every year they send another form in and they can take their SBR across the state line to their destination for another year.

    The recent developments in quality pistol braces and the acceptance of shouldering them has pushed me towards pistol braces over SBRs on guns they make sense on, ie. AR builds. Obviously I did a Form 1 for my recent Thompson build. But I think I'm going to move away from pistol braces after seeing the down fall of the bump stock. Granted, a lot of stuff can be ATF rule changed into the dumpster but the pistol brace sure feels like low hanging fruit.
    Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it.

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    Default Re: Any reason NOT to SBR my Stribog SP9A1?

    I agree with Emptymag...."What's the point"? But, the cool thing is, it is entirely up to you. I have done things that others think are crazy. Either way, it's a nice rig.

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