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    Default AR Pistol

    One of a few of my toys. Fun taking it to the range and watching the guys that think that its an SBR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forced Outage
    One of a few of my toys. Fun taking it to the range and watching the guys that think that its an SBR
    I bet your arm gets pretty tired holding that thing with the ARMS rails on it, heh. Looks cool as hell though.

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    Your missing a Beta C on it!

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    yeah it tends to feel like a bump fired cheese grater after a while.


    lol and if I put the beta on there without a forward grip Im thinkin I might have to get a skin transplant.

    Its really not all that uncomfortable though. I had a mid-size AR with a similar rail system and damn it was not slow about reminding me why it was a bad idea lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forced Outage
    lol and if I put the beta on there without a forward grip Im thinkin I might have to get a skin transplant.
    Either that or a boot transplant, meaning the ATF's boot up your ass for creating an illegal AOW. Yet another stupid law.

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    Stupid law indeed. Just one more way to steal our money is more like it.
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    Their way of being "all powerful" to the masses.

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    So once you put a forward grip on a pistol it becomes a Any other Weapon? What if you attach a stock to a pistol, does it become a AOW at that time too? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BankerA
    So once you put a forward grip on a pistol it becomes a Any other Weapon? What if you attach a stock to a pistol, does it become a AOW at that time too? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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    Pistol + Vertical Grip = AOW
    Pistol + Stock = Short Barrelled Rifle

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    Dan,

    Thanks for the info, I wasn't aware and I'm glad I asked. I was going to buy a Vector (Special Weapons) V-53 pistol and put a retractable stock on it...won't be doing it now! Could you provide a good resource regarding Class II and Class III weapons? I would enjoy learning more about them.

    Thanks
    Last edited by BankerA; March 28th, 2006 at 06:50 PM.
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