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Old June 23rd, 2016, 01:36 PM   #1
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Guidence on AR build.

I'll be stopping by 2A next week but want to make sure I have all of my ducks in a row for what I want to do.

After research it looks like the best route for me is to buy a HBAR and then go through the process of turning it into a suppressed SBR. This way I could basically have 2 rifles. One in .223 and one in .300 blackout.

I could use the .223 for a cheaper plinker and and the SBR .300 for a home defense rifle but also a fun range rifle.

I don't have a HQL but it doesn't look like I need one for the HBAR. Not sure about the SBR stuff and suppressor but it seems like I will have to submit 2 forms for that and then get the lower engraved. Buy the upper and barrel, etc.

So, anything I missed? Any pros and cons to my approach.

My wife actually agreed with my approach last night.


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Old June 23rd, 2016, 01:42 PM   #2
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I'll be stopping by 2A next week but want to make sure I have all of my ducks in a row for what I want to do.

After research it looks like the best route for me is to buy a HBAR and then go through the process of turning it into a suppressed SBR. This way I could basically have 2 rifles. One in .223 and one in .300 blackout.

I could use the .223 for a cheaper plinker and and the SBR .300 for a home defense rifle but also a fun range rifle.

I don't have a HQL but it doesn't look like I need one for the HBAR. Not sure about the SBR stuff and suppressor but it seems like I will have to submit 2 forms for that and then get the lower engraved. Buy the upper and barrel, etc.

So, anything I missed? Any pros and cons to my approach.

My wife actually agreed with my approach last night.

Sounds like your ducks are lined up nicely.

You don't need a HQL for a HBAR to SBR yourself, but you would need one if you purchased a SBR from a Dealer.


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Old June 23rd, 2016, 01:56 PM   #3
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Sounds like your ducks are lined up nicely.

You don't need a HQL for a HBAR to SBR yourself, but you would need one if you purchased a SBR from a Dealer.
Ok, cool. So it looks like my steps would be.

1. Step on over to 2A and get an HBAR.
2. Submit forms to turn lower into SBR and also for suppressor.
3. Get lower engraved? Do you guys do that?
4. Buy another upper, barrel, and suppressor for the SBR...

So any HBAR you have in stock that you would recommend? Same with the SBR setup, barrel size, suppressor. Looks like people are going with 10.5 inch barrels here in Maryland.

Also what have been the general wait times for the paperwork to ATF?


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