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01 November, 2012

How to Legally Own a Short Barrel Rifle

How to legally own a Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) - DEFENSE FIREARMS BLOG: An SBR, or short barrel rifle is a category of firearm that is regulated by the National Firearms Act or NFA. Basically speaking it’s a rifle with a barrel shorter than 16″ or smaller than 26″ overall length. Another type of firearm that is similar is the Short Barrel Shotgun, or SBS, but we’ll focus on the SBR for now.

In order to legally own an SBR, one must first identify what the specifications of what the SBR will be. Specifically, you will need to actually identify what firearm you will turn into an SBR in order to register the serial number and the actual overall length of the firearm, make, model, caliber, etc...
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How to Legally Own an SBR (Part II: Paperwork) - DEFENSE FIREARMS BLOG: ... The first article focused on the measurements and everything leading up to the paperwork. This article specifically covers SBRs but can apply to short barrel shotguns, suppressors or other class III weapons. Once you have obtained the measurements and the basic information off of the firearm you want to convert to an SBR, you will now need to fill out the proper paperwork, or the ATF Form 1. There are basically two ways to do this...

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