Actually, these are pistols, not rifles.
Please correct me if I am wrong but the MPX discussion is listed under rifles on this forum and that is where I find all the topics on it, even the pistol configurations.Actually, these are pistols, not rifles.
Thank you for the link sir!Yeah!! Here's a BIG shout-out to SB Tactical, along with their attorney for a 2yr effort to get this ridiculous '15 BATF opinion clarified!!
FYI - Here's a link to this ATF letter of March 21, 2017
You can shoulder ALL SB braces period, doesn't matter what their attached to. Check out the second article mentioned in this thread,so you can shoulder all sb tactical braces now on the MPX PISTOL???
If he's not ATF or law enforcement then what business does he have inspecting NFA stamps?Today I went to the shooting range at Adventure Outdoors just outside of Atlanta, and after I was done shooting, one of the guys who worked there said "you never showed us your stamp."
Whoa, what's what the the ***** hate?Also, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a bit of "little man" syndrome going on there. As in, since he jumped through the hoops to get a stamp, he's going to be a total dick and make life hard on folks that haven't gotten the stamp.
Wouldn't surprise me either, lots of people are sore that they paid the money and went through the trouble to SBR while others just pushed the "easy button" and bought a brace. Just looking on some other rifle based forums the butthurt over this is crazy. Personally I see advantages to both routes and think people should just choose what works best for their situation and not belittle others for their decision.Also, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a bit of "little man" syndrome going on there. As in, since he jumped through the hoops to get a stamp, he's going to be a total dick and make life hard on folks that haven't gotten the stamp.