You can buy it but you’re not suppose to have it until your form 1 is approved. It would be best if you got the tax stamp and then buy the stock. Some of the rules are fuzzy in this area as far as intent goes.
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If I bought the gun in PCB form, like I said in my original post, I would already have the gun before I turn it into an SBR. Wouldn't that be Form 1?I think you're looking at Form 4. Form 1 is if you have an existing weapon that you will SBR. You'll need to submit the Seiral # and manufacturing information to the ATF meaning you already have the weapon when dealing with Form 1. I have done 2 SBRs under Form 1 but Form 4 is what FFL and you would use when buying an SBR.
Yes you're right.If I bought the gun in PCB form, like I said in my original post, I would already have the gun before I turn it into an SBR. Wouldn't that be Form 1?