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Old 07-27-2008, 1:54 PM
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whats funny is that there are actually 1911/hi-power/lugers/broomhandle mausers that are exempt from the NFA with "original" shoulder stocks. No tax stamp needed. They would be 12020 legal, but would probably violate 12276.

I know that DrDremel SBR Form 1'ed a C&R Sistema 1911 in MI. And making a shoulder stock that wasn't skinny where it attached, but was tall enough to cover the entire back of the grip would eliminate the "pistol-grip" grasp. Wouldn't work good for a 1911 with the grip safety, but on a hi-power, why not? How much do C&R Hi-powers go for?

Do you want an AOW or C&R SBS/SBR in CA?

No posts of mine are to be construed as legal advice, which can only be given by a lawyer.
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