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Old March 15th, 2018, 09:47 AM #51
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I'll go with 2 3/4 years.

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So just a bit over a tenth of a score?
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I came across this home made AR-9 when I was traveling overseas.

Every part was hand made ( except for the plastic grips). The frame was cast from aluminum soda cans. All the other parts were made of heat treated steel. It’s a direct blowback ,selective fire smg.
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Old April 1st, 2018, 09:54 AM #53
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I came across this home made AR-9 when I was traveling overseas.

Every part was hand made ( except for the plastic grips). The frame was cast from aluminum soda cans. All the other parts were made of heat treated steel. Itís a direct blowback ,selective fire smg.
That's bad-assed!

Here's my humble attempt(non select fire...). I love me some 9mm 'nannar clips'!
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Old May 13th, 2018, 12:53 PM #54
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Required parts
1) 7.62x39 upper
2) 7.62x39 bolt head and firing pin
3) Fully shrouded M16 bolt carrier
4) 9mm buffer


Notes:
- Cheaper bolt carrier groups will not get enough penetration for some cheaper types of ammo. A dedicated 7.62x39 bolt head and pin should fix this issue.
- "Good magazines are also important for 7.62x39 ARs. CProducts is generally known to make good 7.62x39 AR mags. I have multibple of both 10 round and 30 CProducts mags and they work great in my AR. I do not have any other types of mags, but I have heard that not all work as well." - JKrew


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http://www.mdshooters.com/showthread.php?t=28082


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I found this information through a few searches, if it's incorrect, please say so and I'll VERY gladly edit this post. I'm just trying to save someone else the time and hassle I've spent searching.


Is there a minimum legal barrel length for the AR9


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Standard NFA requirements for rifle/carbine, 16" barrel.

Under 16", no NFA stamp? No stock.
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Standard NFA requirements for rifle/carbine, 16" barrel.

Under 16", no NFA stamp? No stock.
If NFA stamp and you don’t live in Maryland, whatever gets you to 26 inches overall length with the stock in the fully extended position to the tip of the barrel (or any permanently attached muzzle devices, they must be pinned and welded to be considered part of the OAL or barrel length).

Maryland it is 29 inches. For Maryland compliance you are looking at about a 10.5” Barrel if I remember correctly for a regular M4 adjustable carbine stock to make the 29” OAL.

Maryland ruins all the fun. My AR pistol has a 10.5” Barrel with a short flash can on it and regular padded pistol buffer tube it is 24.5” OAL.

You might get an 8 or 8.5” Barrel with a pinned and welded muzzle device with the right stock/muzzle device combo.
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