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    mini draco

    Is this considered a michigan pistol


    The Mini DRACO is an even shorter version of the Draco series AK pistol. It is a compact pistol version of the popular Romanian WASR-10 rifle produced from Century Arms International.
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    •Caliber: 7.62x39
    •Capacity: 30+1
    •Weight: 5.5 lbs
    •Action: Semi-Auto
    •Barrel Length: 7.25”"
    •Overall Length: 19.5"
    •Sights: Front post, Rear adjustable
    •Grips: Plastic
    •Barrel / Receiver Material: Steel / Steel
    •Finish: Matte Blued Steel / Matte Blued Steel
    •Country of origin: Romania

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    Quantity in stock Call for Availability: 206-417-1625
    Price: $479.99


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    Shooters Service on 6 mile wast of middlbelt hs one in stock, im pretty sure they said its classified as a pistol.
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    http://www.discountgunsales.com/cent...l-pr-5485.html
    That is a Pistol

    Not a "Michigan Pistol"
    Last edited by dougwg; 12-16-2011 at 12:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougwg View Post
    http://www.discountgunsales.com/cent...l-pr-5485.html
    That is a Pistol

    Not a "Michigan Pistol"
    So you could legally carry this in mi, concelled with cpl, or oc if carried in a custom holster

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    Quote Originally Posted by bossbart View Post
    so you could legally carry this in mi, concelled with cpl, or oc if carried in a custom holster
    yes
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    and loaded in a vehicle.

    its a regular pistol, not a michigan pistol, it meets the federal definition of a pistol.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_freak_66 View Post
    and loaded in a vehicle.

    its a regular pistol, not a michigan pistol, it meets the federal definition of a pistol.
    whats a michigan pistol

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    michigan considers any firearm under 30 inches long to be considered a handgun(if it has a buttstock, must still be over 26") but federal definition and i believe all other states have the handgun/NFA limit at 26".

    the actual term "michigan pistol" i believe was coined by the michigan members right here on this website.

    In Michigan:
    30" and over= long arm
    26-29"=pistol, regardless of buttstock or not.
    under 26"= pistol, if NOT designed to fire from the shoulder, SBR/SBS if designed to fire from shoulder.

    in other states:
    over 26"=long arm
    under 26"= pistol, if NOT designed to fire from the shoulder, SBR/SBS if designed to fire from shoulder.
    Last edited by lil_freak_66; 12-16-2011 at 06:44 PM.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd4now View Post
    whats a michigan pistol
    sbr/sbs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bossbart View Post
    sbr/sbs ?
    Look at the post directly above yours, it answers the question in detail.

    As for carrying one, I would only carry it if it was my only available option.
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    In OK a "handgun" is any weapon that has a barrel less than 16" and is designed to be fired from one hand.

    It is interesting to know that my AUG which weighs over 7lb is considered a handgun in MI since its only 27" long. Does this mean I could OC it in MI? Not that I would, but it would be funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aknazer View Post
    In OK a "handgun" is any weapon that has a barrel less than 16" and is designed to be fired from one hand.

    It is interesting to know that my AUG which weighs over 7lb is considered a handgun in MI since its only 27" long. Does this mean I could OC it in MI? Not that I would, but it would be funny.
    You can OC pistols and long arms in MI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bossbart View Post
    sbr/sbs ?
    SBR stand for short barreled rifle, its a rifle designed(or modified) to fire from the shoulder with an overall length of less than 26" And/or barrel length less than 16". AR and AK pistols(like a mini draco) are not designed to fire from the shoulder, so legally are handguns, and not an SBR. an SBR must be registered with the ATF, there is a tax stamp around $250 for each one you register.

    SBS stands for short barreled shotgun, same thing with the SBR except that the barrel length requirements are different, it is less than 18" for a shotgun, the overall length requirements are the same as an SBR.

    its all part of the national firearms act, which includes fully automatic firearms, destructive devices(i.e. grenade launchers) explosive devices suppressors/silencers, short barreled long arms and AOW's(any other weapons, not really sure what that encompasses) i think all of them have a tax stamp of $250 except for AOW, which is like $5.
    Last edited by lil_freak_66; 12-18-2011 at 01:31 PM.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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