Hi all, I have done a decent amount of searching online and can't seem to find a clear answer on this. From my understanding, an AR Pistol can be any length as long as It is not / can not have a buttstock attached Lower Receiver is registered as a Pistol Over 26" OAL can not have a VFG (vertical foregrip) attached However, with this being said: AFG (Angled foregrips) ARE acceptable as they do not imply the use of a second had being used to shoot the 'pistol'. So - My question is: What is the acceptable OAL for an AR pistol? I was under the impression it had to remain under 30" as a 'pistol'. However, from searching online, as long as the lower receiver is registered as such it can realistically be any length you want. A couple places i've found say that an AR Pistol must remain under 26" - however I've found several websites and forums (mostly on ar15.com) that contradict that statement. Here's my build: 10.5" barrel with Troy Mideval flash hider A1 Buffer tube (wrapped with cord) OAL: 29.5" Am I legal? Anybody know WA state regulations for an AR pistol? Am I somewhere near the mark for this or completely out in left field? Open to any input as i'm just curious and haven't been able to find solid answers anywhere.