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I am a Class III dealer, and I have two Ruger Mini-14's with folding stocks that I need registered as SBR's and have their barrels shortened to 13 inches and gas port adjusted for that short of a barrel.  Any recommendations for me?  Reply to me at:   leantimes@aol.com

Charles H. Tatum, Alamo Professional Arms                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

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I’ve SBRed one of my mini-14 folders. I just did a form 1 and when the stamp came back, I just took it to a machine shop and had them cut it down and thread it. Also, I did NOT mess with my gas port or bushing. I put an AC-556K front gas block sight on it and it’s works great. It even runs 22LR great, with a conversion.
 

I’ve heard that some guns will be under gassed though. Mine is NOT a ranch model, just an old Mini-14 folder. 
 

Here’s a video of me shooting 22LR through it. 

 

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3 hours ago, KickStand said:

I’ve SBRed one of my mini-14 folders. I just did a form 1 and when the stamp came back, I just took it to a machine shop and had them cut it down and thread it. Also, I did NOT mess with my gas port or bushing. I put an AC-556K front gas block sight on it and it’s works great. It even runs 22LR great, with a conversion.

he is asking a  c2 to do it, then transfer back to him, 1. because it fast, 2 because its not taxed at the form 1 rate.

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2 hours ago, gftiv said:

Transfers of NFA between Class 3 dealers and Manufacturers are not taxed. Assuming that they Efile, Transfers are faster.

They are taxed, but at 500/1000 per year per SOT. I know its pedantic, but they are taxed, hence why its legal.

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