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Thread: How I made my Integral 10/22

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    Did you have to register them with the BATF?

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    The suppressor portion of the unit was made under the authorization of what is commonly referred to as a “Form 1”. The form 1 is submitted prior to starting the project, and accompanied by a check for $200 to cover the tax on NFA firearms.

    The receiver was also registered as a “Short Barreled Rifle” because the internal barrel is less than 16 inches and the outer tube is not permanently affixed to make the 16 inch legal limit. A tax of $200 was also paid for the receiver. These are one time only taxes required to conform to the 1934 National Firearms Act.

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    So, they are "registered" then? For $400 bucks? WOW! Too rich for my wallet.

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    If you started with a Charger instead of a 10/22, would that eliminate the requirement for the SBR tax/registration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyfho
    If you started with a Charger instead of a 10/22, would that eliminate the requirement for the SBR tax/registration?
    Yes, if you left a pistol grip on it.
    No, if you installed a shoulder stock.

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    Looks like this thread is long dead, but can someone tell me how to view the original poster's images? I see no link or images within the post.
    Thanks,

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    At the end of the project, there is a profound difference between spare parts and extra parts.

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    Thank you.

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    I am the original poster. I have tried to restore the photos that were deleted, but I am unable to do so.

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    Ron, there is no reason that you can't copy the original post and repost it as post # 21 with links to the pictures (hosted on a new site, most likely). Kind of a kludge, but it would work.

    Dan
    At the end of the project, there is a profound difference between spare parts and extra parts.

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