My first SBR build!

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by macdougall29, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. macdougall29

    macdougall29
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    Well I just turned in my form 4 to the Yamhill County Sheriff's office yesterday for sign off. Hopefully it won't take too long to get back then I can send off the packet and wait...:paranoid:

    I purchased a Rock River Arms Operator lower with a two stage trigger, winter trigger guard, sling attachment, ergo grip and the grip and stock are in desert tan color.

    My upper is ordered from Extreme Products in Clackamas (Love these guys!) I bought a Rock River 10.5" A4 upper with a gas block sight base, RRA full quad rail, chrome lined barrel and tactical long flash hider.

    Next up I will add a desert tan AFG and multi color rail covers along with back up sights to go with my EoTech XPS 2.0. Eventually I will consider going with a suppressor but I will have to wait and save up the funds.

    :banana:

    Update: I received a call today 11/13/12 that my Form 4 was signed and ready for pick up from the Sheriff's office. I will pick it up tomorrow and mail it off to ATF on Thursday!

    Mailed today 11/14/12 :contract:
     
  2. Swedish K

    Swedish K
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    so figure a week for the sheriff and 4-8 months waiting for the ATF to sign off - heck you may be able to finish it in time for the 4th of July
     
  3. Modeler

    Modeler
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    Enjoy! I've been very happy with my SBR build, totally worth it. Looks like F1's are running right around 5 months right now; you should have it by Spring. Just don't put the two halves together until you have a stamp in hand!
     
  4. beezer66

    beezer66
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    Are you buying a registered SBR lower, or making a SBR lower? Form 1 or form 4? Your post mentioned a form 4. I just got mine back a couple of weeks ago. Took just under 6 months to get my form 1 back.
     
  5. macdougall29

    macdougall29
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    Form 4 and Extreme's first SBR customer, bought the lower and dropped it off at Extreme Products to hold and then I bought the upper through them as well. Basically I will write the check and forget about it until I receive the stamp, they call me when everything is in and then I will bring her home. The upper is on back-order anyway and at least 90 days out so it doesnt really matter. Patience is a virtue, right?

    :flag:
     
  6. iamme

    iamme
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    1) What brand upper did ya go with?
    2) Why go SBR to add a "tactical long flash hider"?
     
  7. macdougall29

    macdougall29
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    The upper is a Rock River as well, this will make my third RRA AR :thumbup:

    And the "tactical long flash hider" is just the fancy name for the one I chose off their website when ordering. It doesn't add much to the overall length.

    Thanks...
     
  8. nrc

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    I would modify that to say "don't keep the two halves in the same house - together or not - until you have a stamp in hand."

    Constructive intent is a b****. Be careful / Stay legal.
     
  9. del_and_bones

    del_and_bones
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    According to the letter of the law, you can't own both until the stamp comes back. I'd suggest getting an extra stripped lower ($80) with the intent of making it into a pistol, so you'll have an extra lower and you won't ever have to worry about winning a trip to club fed.
     
  10. macdougall29

    macdougall29
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    Extreme Products will be keeping both until I get the stamp in hand...:bawling:
     
  11. del_and_bones

    del_and_bones
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    I didn't mean to thread crap, I just didn't want more misinformation distributed about constructive intent. I do totally feel your pain, I hated waiting on my cans...
     
  12. ORSECTRAIN

    ORSECTRAIN
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    +1 Extreme Products

    Good folks there!

    I dont know how you can wait that long it would be rough, but Good 4 U!

    Respectfully,

    ORSECTRAIN
    "Be Safe Out There!"
     

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