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Thread: Adding an M4 style Buttstock to your Glock

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    Has anyone seen this? I think I just found an excuse to buy a Glock
    http://www.endotactical.com/gallery.html

    Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_o1DwqdYUM

    My only concern would be the slide popping me in the nose, or as in the video, the bill of my hat.

    I'm thinking this dangling from a short one-point sling would be nice

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    From the manufactures FAQ page:
    Do I need a special permit or licence to buy your product?

    No. Anyone can buy it, but if you plan on adding a stock to it and connecting it to your handgun you should be filing a Form 1 with the ATF because you are turning your handgun into a Short Barreled Rifle (SBR).

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    It's true. It turns it into a rifle.
    When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.

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    gutshot wrote:
    Adding a shoulder stock to any handgun would create a short barreled rifle (SBR). SBR's are regulated under the National Firearms Act in the same manner that machine guns are regulated. The penalties for making a unregistered SBR are severe.
    Why am I not surprised.
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    Another awesome thing we're not allowed to have. Very cool though...

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    Well maybe I'll buy one and include it in my 72 hour bag. Or keep it with my "when the SHTF kit".

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    bad_ace wrote:
    Well maybe I'll buy one and include it in my 72 hour bag. Or keep it with my "when the SHTF kit".
    I think I like this concept.

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    bad_ace wrote:
    Well maybe I'll buy one and include it in my 72 hour bag. Or keep it with my "when the SHTF kit".


    Bad idea. Even if the stock is not connected federal law allows for prosecution for "constructive possession" of a SBR (meaning if you own all the parts it's the same as if they're connected). You'd be safe under CA law (no constructive possession) but not Fed.

    If you could get the tax stamp you'd be gtg but Ca. won't allow it so the Feds won't issue the stamp.

    this thread covers the specifics http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...ad.php?t=82693

    (and note this topic is outside of my normal "specialty" so do your own verification)





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