FA Sig Lower for sale

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by 2Wheels4Ever, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. 2Wheels4Ever

    2Wheels4Ever
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    There is NO paperwork with it, it is not a firearm. On the Sig the upper is the registered part, i.e. the gun.

    This lower, other then being cool will not alter the function of your rifle.

    Also there are NO legally registered full auto "units" (guns, sears, ext) that were made after 1986 for civilian transfer.
     
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    deen_ad
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    I didn't realize that till I looked closer at my SIG556R. Yep, the serial number is on the upper.

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    Its kinda funny that the major of firearms have the "upper' as the registered part, yet because of the AR using the lower everyone assumes that is how most guns are.
     
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    Yes, quite a great deal, yep, then you can use your newly purchased ($18K) 3D printer to make the upper and then you would have an impressive "GHOST GUN"...
     
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    It gets even weirder when you look at FN's FNC. Some of the carbines that were imported into the country have their serial number only on the upper and some have their serial number located only on the lower. This issue popped up with FN's FNC when people were installing registered auto sears.
     
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    And with the Ma Deuce (or was it the 1919?) one of the receiver's side plates was the registered part.
     
  8. Nwcid

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    All the guns of that same style.
     

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