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Old 01-27-2011, 20:21   #1
mr.26
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Sbr g17

I've been wanting to buy an endotactical stock adapter for my G17 but I have a few questions.
I'm am a private individual so I understand that I would have to fill out the ATF form
1, how do I go by getting one of these forms and do I have to send in my fingerprints and a photo along with the completed form and the 200$ ?
Also, can I buy the endotac. stock adapter buffer tube and the necessary fasteners but not assemble it till I get a response from ATF?
Once I have all my paper work done do I have to carry the tax stamp with me where ever I take the firearm for instance to a gun range?

Thanks
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Old 01-28-2011, 11:41   #2
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You download the form from ATF, or titleii.com

More or less, you have the process down. The Form 1 has to be completed and sent.

You cannot buy the stock before you have an approved Form 1 in hand.

You need to carry a copy of the approved Form 1 at all times.

Also, you will need to have the Glock engraved because it is becoming and SBR.

These are all standard SBR questions, and there are other threads on it already here.
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