Franklin Armory Introduces Short Barrel ‘Firearm’ With Standard AR Stock and ATF Approval*

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  1. GoodWillHunting

    GoodWillHunting NES Member

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    Haha, sorry I wasn't grouping you in the target demographic (which I think you probably nailed on the head) and I am cool with anyone selling/buying anything they want. This is very much in the "not-for-me" category. I guess I get carried away in "speaking my truth" president Oprah-style. :D:D

    I am also right there with you about the shorty non-nfa not-shotgun with a brace. That would be a pretty sweet unicorn.
     
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  2. Wrench75

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    I don't feel like digging around on the ATF site to find the page again but... Their stated way of measuring a firearm is to,

    Fully extend the stock.
    Place the gun on a table with the stock squared up against the corner of the table.
    Then measure from the edge of the table to the end of the barrel/muzzle device.

    That is exactly the process they spelled out in one of their documents I read about 2 months ago.

    I didn't find the other document that spells out the process but this at least confirms the stock extended part...

    https://www.atf.gov/firearms/docs/atf-national-firearms-act-handbook-chapter-2/download
     
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