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Small barrel rifle

koja1962

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Sorry not an open carry question but I'm sure someone one here knows I've been trying to find out if I need a tax stamp if I want to get a micro roni system for my Glock 21 thinking I would like it as a truck gun.I had a friend in Texas who bought one for his .9mm off of a site and just met the guy selling it at a parking lot and it's not a pistol brace but a sbr.thank you in advance .
 

gutshot II

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Sorry not an open carry question but I'm sure someone one here knows I've been trying to find out if I need a tax stamp if I want to get a micro roni system for my Glock 21 thinking I would like it as a truck gun.I had a friend in Texas who bought one for his .9mm off of a site and just met the guy selling it at a parking lot and it's not a pistol brace but a sbr.thank you in advance .
If its an SBR, as you state, you will need a tax stamp to be legal, if you put a pistol in it. Of course, we all know that there are a lot of illegal things going on every day. I don't advocate for any of those things.

I found this on the website that sells these things:


→ MICRO RONI HAS NFA RESTRICTIONS, TAX STAMP REQUIRED

There are pictures of both full stock and arm brace. The NFA restriction seems to apply to both. Near the bottom of:

https://usa.caagearup.com/caa-micro-roni
 
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HP995

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Looks like this is their no-tax-stamp product:

https://usa.caagearup.com/micro-roni-17-stabilizer

That one is a brace and not SBR, the opposite of your original description. I'd be really careful which product is which. Of course, always trust your friendly neighborhood parking lot salesman? :)

Interesting product but their 3 measurements don't seem to match up unless it means something different. And only 720 ounces!

For that price there should be some other options you can consider if this product doesn't work out.
 
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