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Old 01-18-2018, 5:53 PM
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Just to share my experience this week.

1. I registered a Colt 6920 over the weekend. It was kicked back for correction to model and caliber. I originally completed the form following suggestions on the first page of this thread, including "interchangeable barrels". I had to change caliber to: 5.56 NATO, and the model to: M4 CARBINE. Both changes were required due to those descriptions being stamped on the receiver as shown in the picture of the left frame.

2. I also registered a CZ Scorpion. On this rifle I had to correct the model to read SCORPION EVO 3 S1. Also had to provide a second picture of the rifle, full length, with a tape measure. I included an explanation that the hinged stock was blocked and could not be folded.

My take away here is that they ARE viewing the pictures, and requiring exact descriptions on the form to match. YMMV




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Old 01-18-2018, 11:11 PM
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If a husband bought some stripped lowers in 2013 and later decided to give one to his wife to build up as she wished, who would the primary be for that rifle?

Prior to 2014, long guns needed no paperwork or notifications when doing operation of law or intrafamilial transfers.

This was also before they were registered like handguns....but regardless, all the paperwork was filled out by the husband when the lower was acquired from the FFL.
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Old 01-19-2018, 6:03 PM
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I started the registration process a few weeks ago and took your advice and selected "Firearm with interchangeable barrels" as I may one day want to use a .22 or 9mm conversion.

Last week I received an email with this message: "The caliber stamp is not visible on your firearm. The caliber may be stamped on the barrel of your firearm. Please upload a photo of the barrel stamp using the "optional extra image" option."

I uploaded an additional image of the "5.56 NATO" stamp on my barrel and today I received this message: " Based on the photos provided, the caliber of your firearm is 5.56 NATO. Please correct your application to reflect 5.56 NATO as your caliber. "

How will this affect me if I ever want to use a different caliber conversion?
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Old 01-19-2018, 6:09 PM
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upload another picture with 22LR on it and see what they will say now.
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Old 01-19-2018, 6:36 PM
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Is it illegal to roll mark it “multi” yourself? Not defacing a serial.


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Is it illegal to roll mark it “multi” yourself? Not defacing a serial.


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I would say no, it's no where near illegal. It's actually a pretty interesting idea, but professionalism is important to me so I would need to do it right. Great idea though.
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Old 01-19-2018, 8:40 PM
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How will this affect me if I ever want to use a different caliber conversion?

It doesn’t. There is no law that you cannot change to another legal caliber
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I would say no, it's no where near illegal. It's actually a pretty interesting idea, but professionalism is important to me so I would need to do it right. Great idea though.


I made sure my home built was engraved multi for this very reason.


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