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Why does he need to assemble it as a pistol? Unless he wants to take the shoulder stock and buffer tube off when leaving/returning to MD.

If he has a lower with a shoulder stock and ONLY a non-HBAR upper, he could get hit with constructive intent. I don't think that has ever been used at the state level.

Personally, I would have two uppers. HBAR and non-HBAR. Once you leave the state, you can put on the non-HBAR upper and enjoy. Remove before returning to MD.
He doesn't NEED to but by doing so if he ever wants to make it back into a pistol this way he wouldn't need to buy a second lower. Also he doesn't need a pistol buffer to build a pistol per ATF regulations. It's just recommended.
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He doesn't NEED to but by doing so if he ever wants to make it back into a pistol this way he wouldn't need to buy a second lower. Also he doesn't need a pistol buffer to build a pistol per ATF regulations. It's just recommended.
What are the specs for an AR pistol? Length etc? I'm going to do that 👍
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Legally only not having a buttstock and no VFG*

Most people use a pistol buffer that has no provision for mounting a stock but its not legally necessary. Recommended yes, but not necessary.

Some people will paracord wrap(or some other method) the buffer tube so it won't take a stock but recommended but not legally necessary.


*VFG is dependent on barrel length. After a certain OAL of the barrel it becomes a firearm not a pistol or rifle and CAN use a VFG but I'm too lazy to remember the exact soec and measurement so I won't give out bad info just no info.
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Legally only not having a buttstock and no VFG*

Most people use a pistol buffer that has no provision for mounting a stock but its not legally necessary. Recommended yes, but not necessary.

Some people will paracord wrap(or some other method) the buffer tube so it won't take a stock but recommended but not legally necessary.


*VFG is dependent on barrel length. After a certain OAL of the barrel it becomes a firearm not a pistol or rifle and CAN use a VFG but I'm too lazy to remember the exact soec and measurement so I won't give out bad info just no info.
Thank you very much Mopar😊 I really appreciate your help and input.
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Legally only not having a buttstock and no VFG*

Most people use a pistol buffer that has no provision for mounting a stock but its not legally necessary. Recommended yes, but not necessary.

Some people will paracord wrap(or some other method) the buffer tube so it won't take a stock but recommended but not legally necessary.


*VFG is dependent on barrel length. After a certain OAL of the barrel it becomes a firearm not a pistol or rifle and CAN use a VFG but I'm too lazy to remember the exact soec and measurement so I won't give out bad info just no info.
IIRC, it is 26" but don't quote that to a judge.
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He doesn't NEED to but by doing so if he ever wants to make it back into a pistol this way he wouldn't need to buy a second lower. Also he doesn't need a pistol buffer to build a pistol per ATF regulations. It's just recommended.
I agree with that. And I build mine as pistols first for that reason.

However, that is not necessary to have it as an HABR rifle in MD and a non-HBAR once out of the state.
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ar uppers

since 2013 I've made sure to only buy 16 '' heavy barreled uppers in whatever brand I'm buying. But am able to order a and shape to my door anything shorter ? or not heavy barrel ?

If uppers are not regulated but Md has limits on them. I thought I could posses but not be on a lower . Is that not true ?

if I wanted to buy a 7.5'' light weight upper I should be able to order yes ?
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Fwiw, the wait time on an electronic filed form 1 to do an SBR is like 2 weeks. 15.9" barreled SBR...
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