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Old 08-21-2008, 9:49 AM
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Originally Posted by AYEAREFIFTEEN View Post
I am just curious about a particular senario. Say someone were to buy a brand new shotgun originally equiped with a pistol grip and then registered it as an AOW. Then they proceed to register as a short barrel shotgun. Would the AOW status remain if a stock were to be put back on the shotgun? Once a registered AOW always a registered AOW, or does the stock negate its "AOWness" so to speak?
That is an interesting question. I think I see where you are attempting to go with it. If you have a registered AOW and then register it as an SBS, does the AOW registration go bye-bye. Because, if its still a registered AOW, then it is exempt from 12020, even if the configuration changed. Let me do a litte checking on that and see if I can find out anything.


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Similar question -- does a shotgun registered as a SBS have to keep a shoulder stock attached?
No, an SBS does not needto keep a shoulder stock attached, because a federally defined SBS is a short barrel firearm made from a shotgun (a shoulder fired shotshell firearm). Even though you later take off the stock, it was made from a shotgun, so federally it is still a shotgun and an SBS.
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