Discussion in 'NFA - Stamp collecting' started by 11B CIB, Dec 16, 2016.
Pic thread at the bottom
Didnt see this thread, sorry for posting in two threads.
Troy with AAC can.
Merged the two threads.
M92, underfolder with monocore
i still need to flute the bolt and stain the woods 2nd time. I'll post more pictures once it done.
Walther PPQ M2 SD 22LR with a SiCo Spectre II
^^^Man I need to work on my photo and photo uploading skills
Behind every blade of grass
Sig P226 w/Griffin Optimus and TLR-3
Sig 516 7.5" PDW w/Griffin Recce 5
Do you have the monocore pinned onto the barrel, making it a one stamp gun (assuming you've got a form 1 in to make the core a Suppressor)? Or do you have a F1 for the SBR and are making a Suppressor on another stamp?
If it's the first...didnt Sig try that and get shot down via the ATF?
The Monocore is pin/welded. It's a single stamp gun. What a gun manufacturer does to sell weapons has nothing to do with me converting a firearm. Mine is a permanent fixed suppressor bringing mine to length to complying with the law.
They were doing things and then selling them.
Well, it was more along the lines of calling a monocore welded to the short barrel a brake that a F4 stamp would allow the addition of the Suppressor tube. Not very different, just on a larger scale, and they hadn't sold anything...tried to get permission for it. Don't get me wrong, I don't see a problem with it, but a judge did
"The judge agreed with the ATF that the device — the core component to a silencer welded onto the barrel of a carbine — was only intended to be a component in a silencer and that Sig did not intend it to serve as a muzzle brake."
Had this pic saved from a trip to the range a couple months ago. I believe there are 12 stamps shown...
Let's see what else could be fun to post...
my two SBSs and one AOW...14" 12ga, 12.5" 20ga, and 14" 12ga:
my hall passes for 10 states for all of 2017:
The 2-stamp PS90/Omega:
The evil black rimfire collection:
The six F1 cans:
The partial collection of SiCo cans, before they stopped giving away dog tags:
Very nice collection. You about just got the whole "Conquest Kit". Where's the Salvo?
honestly, didn't even own a shotgun until I bough the two 870s to make SBSs...and didn't get them threaded when I had them cut down...
If I bought a shotty can, it would probably be the Xcaliber, mainly due to it also being rated for 20ga...but I'm still pondering building one instead.
I think I have two more SiCo cans since then, but can't remember.
My first NFA item... a Tactical Solutions .22 can on a Walther P22. It's a fun plinker.
Just the tip
SWR Spectre....hosts are 3 each S&W 422, 2 each Ruger MKIII, several 10/22's, and a CMMG AR22. I'll have to get pics of my Octane and SBR.
Here's a pic from Sunday's range outing. Left to right, Savage FVSR with Silencerco Warlock II, M92 SBR build with Silencerco Hybrid, CMMG AR with AAC SDN-6, 10-22 with Silencerco Sparrow, M&P 45 with Silencerco Octane45, and M&P 22 Compact with Dead Air Mask.
My SBR I built.
Nicely done. Rob at Clayton Gun has had similar creations and I really like them. You did a nice job. How does it shoot?
Thanks. Shoots pretty good in my opinion but only shot it once to zero it so far. Fairly tight group with the locally made tbox barrel from Fuquay Varina. Buddy has an 18" barrel from them and had 1/4" groups at 100 with cheap ammo. Has an ar gold trigger which I'm still on the fence about. The recoil is a little more than my buddies 10.5 sbr but I think that's because of the LWRC ultra compact stock.
Here are my 2 300 Blackout rifles, with my AAC SDN-6.
Thompson Machine Isis22 on my Buckmark with a 5.5" TacSol barrel.
For night time attack possums.
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