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 WTS Aero CAR SBR lower $200 
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I have one SBR lower, Aero Precision CAR type lower. $200 plus the NFA tax. Contact me at machineguntom4@yahoo.com or call (253)632-5643


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What makes it an sbr lower, and what is CAR?

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Mediumrarechicken wrote:
What makes it an sbr lower, and what is CAR?


I am guessing it's already registered as an SBR.

CAR-15?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAR-15

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Wouldn’t it make more sense to buy it as a title 1 and just eform 1 it instead of form 4? Op can sell the lower as a title 1 firearm as long as it’s not in an nfa configuration.

2 week wait vs 1 year...


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MyNameIs940 wrote:
Wouldn’t it make more sense to buy it as a title 1 and just eform 1 it instead of form 4? Op can sell the lower as a title 1 firearm as long as it’s not in an nfa configuration.

2 week wait vs 1 year...


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I could be mistaken, but if it has already been engraved and registered with the ATF as an SBR, then any transfer would have to be on a form 4 as a form 1 is to make an NFA item from a non-NFA item (in other words, if I had a standard, run of the mill, receiver).
At least that is how I understood the laws to be... which doesn't mean a dang thing!


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Normanator wrote:
MyNameIs940 wrote:
Wouldn’t it make more sense to buy it as a title 1 and just eform 1 it instead of form 4? Op can sell the lower as a title 1 firearm as long as it’s not in an nfa configuration.

2 week wait vs 1 year...


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I could be mistaken, but if it has already been engraved and registered with the ATF as an SBR, then any transfer would have to be on a form 4 as a form 1 is to make an NFA item from a non-NFA item (in other words, if I had a standard, run of the mill, receiver).
At least that is how I understood the laws to be... which doesn't mean a dang thing!


That is incorrect. It’s only an sbr when it’s in sbr configuration. You also don’t have to even tell the atf if you sell a title 2 firearm in title 1 configuration. It’s suggested to but it’s not mandatory. It’s also no longer can be a title 2 unless it’s form 1d again.

The old ATF SBR/SBS FAQ website used to have the following posted:

Q: May I transfer the receiver of a short-barrel rifle or shotgun to an FFL or to an individual as I would any GCA firearm?
A: Yes. A weapon that does not meet the definition of a NFA firearm is not subject to the NFA and a possessor or transferor needn't comply with NFA requirements. The firearm is considered a GCA firearm and may be transferred under the provisions of that law.



https://www.ar15.com/forums/Armory/SBR- ... 51-460818/

There’s a big discussion on it there for you if you’d like to read it.


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To the OP: if you haven't built the SBR you can apply for a refund of the $200 tax stamp

To everyone else: ....not going to crap on someone's sale thread...

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