Unit of measure

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by FA9, Jul 6, 2016.

  1. FA9

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    I have a 10.5in 223 wylde barrel, unit of measure would be caliber or inch?
     
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  2. v0lcom13sn0w

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    standard?
     
  3. tarster

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    I feel that question really needs to have a " , " added in there somewhere. A 223, no matter how the chamber is cut is still a 223. just like a 22-250, 223, 222, and some other all shoot a 22cal bullet.
     
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  4. Koda

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    either .223 Remington or 5.56x45 nato

    your choice, or both
     
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  5. JedB

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    For NFA, Form 1, use caliber.
     
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  6. PDXSparky

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    Fixed it.
     
  7. PDXSparky

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    I don't understand the question. The length of the barrel is in inches. The caliber is .223, no unit is required.
     
  8. SCARed

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    If you've never filled out a F1 you wouldn't understand the question.

    5.56 is MM
    .223 is caliber
     
  9. PDXSparky

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    Actually, I have, but the question wasn't immediately clear to me.
     

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