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Re: Savage 110 Pistol Chassis System
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2021, 12:54:40 PM »
double stamp gun right there. $200 for the SBR stamp and $200 for the can stamp. Thanks for showing me something that's gonna cost me more $  :chuckle:

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Re: Savage 110 Pistol Chassis System
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2021, 01:30:50 PM »
Man as a south paw I would love to see that in a rifle configuration. Does anyone know if you put a 16" barrel on it and a stock would it be considered a rifle?
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Re: Savage 110 Pistol Chassis System
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2021, 02:46:45 PM »
Man as a south paw I would love to see that in a rifle configuration. Does anyone know if you put a 16" barrel on it and a stock would it be considered a rifle?

If the barrel length is 16" then its considered a long gun/rifle. Under 16" and its a pistol, which is where the grey area of stabilizers/braces comes in. If you want to keep the short barrel
(sub 16") and then put a stock on it, it is now considered a short barrel rifle (SBR) which requires you to register it as such with the AFT and pay the $200 tax stamp by filing a Form 1. The only other way around this is to get a suppressor (Form 1 or Form 4) then pin weld it to the barrel so the overall length is 16" or greater. Then you'd file a single Form 1 and only pay $200. Personally I'd prefer to keep the setup small, so I'd put a folding stock on it and register it as an SBR with a Form 1 and pay the $200. Then I'd build a custom suppressor with a second Form 1 so the suppressor is removable and able to used on different hosts. This way the overall length is short (backpack sized) and I can fold the stock out and thread on the suppressor.

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Re: Savage 110 Pistol Chassis System
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2021, 03:07:41 PM »
I believe if it is marked as a pistol from the factory, even if it has an arm brace, it is still considered a pistol so no SBR stamp would be required.  Now, if you put a actual stock on it, not an arm brace, then it would become a SBR.  Before they went out of biz Remington had something similar and it came with the arm brace and was called a bolt action pistol w/arm brace.

 


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