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F4iGuy599

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    Knoxville, TN

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  1. Definitely makes sense. This has been more of an exercise for me started out of curiosity and thinking it would be cool to carry my MP5K in the secret service shoulder harness! Realizing of course that it's completely ridiculous. My P365 fits the bill for me.
  2. Unfortunately, no. I had it about 8 years and the last 2 years it ended up sitting in the garage more than being ridden so I passed it along to the next person to enjoy. I do miss it sometimes though
  3. There's definitely a lot of hearsay and I agree about not advising anyone.
  4. I was asking specifically about the applicability of SBRs and carry permits. I'm well aware of the rules of NFA. I realize that no one here is a lawyer and neither am I. I just simply asked the question about the carry permit applicability as I know that many people know more than I do about that aspect. I definitely agree with you on the changing winds of the BATFE especially when it comes to NFA. This is the reason I opted to Form 1 my SBRs as opposed to using a brace as I feel the BATFE will change their stance on pistol braces at any time and I prefer to stay legal no matter how those
  5. That's actually incorrect. An NFA item is only NFA when configured as such. This only applies to pistols that are made into SBRs though. The registry doesn't affect the configuration. If I want to transport my PCC across state lines, I can simply take the stock (and/or VFG) off of it and it is in pistol configuration. This has been verified by many with the ATF. A rifle made into an SBR, can not be converted into a pistol since it was never a pistol.
  6. What about a pistol caliber carbine, like an SP5K (MP5K) for example. If it is in SBR form (folding stock, vertical fore grip) it would not be allowed, but in pistol form (no stock, no VFG) would be allowed for concealment?
  7. That was the answer I was looking for. Thanks! So if you wanted to have it on your person you would need to have it unloaded in a backpack or something.
  8. What is the legality of conceal carrying an SBR? Are they considered under the same laws as long guns?

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