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    Default Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    I was just wondering... I purchased a Mac 10 and I was wondering with the wire folding stock on the back... does the stock make it an SBR? Or does that not matter because it*s a SMG? I was curious... Hopefully it comes in by Christmas !!

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    It*s a smg.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    You filled out the paperwork. I donít get it.
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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    No... I Just purchased it last night via Gunbroker... I didn*t fill out the paperwork yet because it coming from out of state FFL to my local dealer

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    You filled out the paperwork. I don*t get it.
    No... I Just purchased it last night via Gunbroker... I didn*t fill out the paperwork yet because it coming from out of state FFL to my local dealer

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    It's not consider an SBR it's a " machine gun" assuming the one you bought is select fire and not "semi only" . Either way you get a tax stamp. However in PA it is considered a " firearm" (AKA handgun) therefore if you want to sell it the buyer needs to send in the form to ATF wait for approval, then you have to take it to a SOT FFL holder to do a PICs check before the gun can be transferred.

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    If its a full auto, its a machine gun and could have any size barrel. How much did you pay?
    I sold mine about 8 years ago for 4k.

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    And that would require a Form 4, right? So OP/buyer could be waiting several months?

    If an out of state seller, wouldn't that require 2 transfers? One from the seller to the dealer, and then from the dealer to the buyer?

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    If its a full auto, its a machine gun and could have any size barrel. How much did you pay?
    I sold mine about 8 years ago for 4k.
    Yea... Paid 8K For Mac 10 and Silencer

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Yes a form 4 is correct. Form 4*s are running about 6-8 months now... Its coming from FL so it will
    Transfer via form 3 to my dealer. E fiiled form 3 are about a month paper filed form 3 are 2 months. Once at local dealer I*ll do the form 4 transfer there...

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