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Old May 10th, 2016, 02:08 PM #1
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Legal in MD?

I want to build this lol for the S*hits, is this even legal in MD? I would love to use this for home defense! (JK)

http://www.safetyharborfirearms.com/...per-conversion
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Don't see y not.. it's still bolt gun.
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Don't see y not.. it's still bolt gun.
You think the Magfed version which is 400 dollars more would be legal? Probably will need shoulder surgery if mag dump a 50 BMG (it's 5 rounds)
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You think the Magfed version which is 400 dollars more would be legal? Probably will need shoulder surgery if mag dump a 50 BMG (it's 5 rounds)
It still fire one round.. you have to pull the bolt to reload.
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It still fire one round.. you have to pull the bolt to reload.
Good point, looks like I'm going to be building this. thanks
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Good point, looks like I'm going to be building this. thanks
$$$... lol
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Just one mans opinion, but I think a fiddy upper would wear a non fiddy lower out pretty damn quick.

Too much KABOOM on those little pins. Being that there's no recoil to absorb the shock.

Just because you could doesn't mean you should.
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Just one mans opinion, but I think a fiddy upper would wear a non fiddy lower out pretty damn quick.

Too much KABOOM on those little pins. Being that there's no recoil to absorb the shock.
Yep.. that came to mind also. If he can spend $1500 for the upper.. what's a new lower cost nowadays..
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Yep.. that came to mind also. If he can spend $1500 for the upper.. what's a new lower cost nowadays..
I guess would be useless in a zombie apocalypse, lowers run 150-350, not to shabby
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Look into the ALS 50 BMG uppers. They are one of the better ones if you choose to go 50 BMG on top of an AR lower. At least they used to be years ago.
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