Looks like Uncle is going through it. I’ve been thinking about it myself. It really irks me that my AR carbine won’t accept a standard M7 bayonet. The reason is because the extra inch and a half on the barrel. One solution would be to put an M4 upper on it, but that makes it an SBR. I have a few questions if anyone can answer them.
- If I put the old upper back on, does it cease to be NFA at that point? Or just being in the NFRTR makes it an SBR no matter what upper you put on it?
- Are there issues moving SBRs between states? Do I have to fill out 5320.20 to move it interstate? Or does that only apply to machineguns?
Through curious definition in Pennsylvania law, I can’t carry a loaded rifle in a car. It’s only a summary offense to do so, but it’s a $300 fine. Loaded in this case means ammo not in a separate compartment from the rifle. However, if it’s an SBR, my carry license applies. I wouldn’t car carry a rifle with a round in the chamber, but a loaded magazine near the rifle or inserted into the mag well is considered loaded in PA law.