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RONI AOW or SBR?

Discussion in 'GATE NFA/Class III' started by FastCougar, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. FastCougar

    FastCougar

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    I looking at getting this or something similar (carbine conversion unit by MechTec) and was wondering how this would be purchased? It obviously adds a stock to the pistol, so it would fall under NFA, presumably in the AOW classification since it's an adaptation based on an existing pistol. Howerver, it could also be considered a SBR. However, since the triggering system and "body" is existing pistol (G27 in my case), I'm assuming AOW classification. Are my assumptions incorrect? Would it be taxed at $5 or $200? Thanks in advance for any/all advice!

    http://store.commandarms.com/products/-RONIG126.html
     
  2. Zak Smith

    Zak Smith 3Gunner Millennium Member

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    Fort Collins, CO, USA
    Generally if there is a stock it is an SBR, so that would be my guess. With this kind of stuff always get a copy of the ATF letter from the manufacturer.