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Old August 16th, 2018, 06:28 PM #1
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? on 10.5" 300 blackout barrel

If I wanted to build a 300 blackout upper with a 10.5" heavy barrel, do I need to purchase a stamp when completed?

The lower was purchased prior to Oct 2013

EDIT: This isn't for a pistol build.
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If I wanted to build a 300 blackout upper with a 10.5" heavy barrel, do I need to purchase a stamp when completed?

The lower was purchased prior to Oct 2013
You need the stamp BEFORE you put the 10.5” barrel on it. In fact, just to be safe, don’t even buy it before you get the stamp. Unless you are building a pistol.
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Not if you use a pistol brace.
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You need the stamp BEFORE you put the 10.5Ē barrel on it. In fact, just to be safe, donít even buy it before you get the stamp. Unless you are building a pistol.

That is what I thought, but many dealers sell 10.5 without asking if you have a stamp. I am confused.
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Not if you use a pistol brace.

Good point, I should have stated that in my opening. Don't want to build a pistol.
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Good point, I should have stated that in my opening. Don't want to build a pistol.
If you are doing a SBR, get your stamp before you buy the upper. You CAN build it as a pistol then put a stock on it once the stamp comes in. I do this with my SBRs. Vendors sell short barrels, but expect YOU to know the legalities.
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It may be best for most rifles to begin life as a pistol.
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It may be best for most rifles to begin life as a pistol.
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If I wanted to build a 300 blackout upper with a 10.5" heavy barrel, do I need to purchase a stamp when completed?

The lower was purchased prior to Oct 2013

EDIT: This isn't for a pistol build.
My 2 cents...
Don't make the mistake I made and SBR a precious pre-FSA2013 lower on a SBR. Pick yourself up a post ban lower and SBR that. SBR builds don't matter when the lower was purchased.
Stripped lowers are cheap enough to not "waste" the one you can't replace.
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My 2 cents...
Don't make the mistake I made and SBR a precious pre-FSA2013 lower on a SBR. Pick yourself up a post ban lower and SBR that. SBR builds don't matter when the lower was purchased.
Stripped lowers are cheap enough to not "waste" the one you can't replace.
Unless you really want a light barrel and 223/556. But for a 300, don't wast a pre ban on mostly exempt caliber.
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