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Old 01-15-2015, 09:08 PM   #701
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Just picked up a Norinco CQA 14.5" for $500. Came with ambi mag release, safety. Magpul handgaurd.

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should look like this after the mods. minus the different style stock
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Had a dummy moment. Called to CFO to get a LTATT for the SR I just bought. Didn't realize my LTATT covered all restricted firearms I own.

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Registration still hasn't arrived. Was approved on Jan 8.

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Registration still hasn't arrived. Was approved on Jan 8.

You can always get them to email you as well so save a few days of mail time. I got my STATT, LTATT and my transfer all in 1 email. 1 week from date of transfer
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After only getting my license back in July, I dove headfirst into the hobby.

Built this AR22 from a 10/22 on boxing day special ($290 all in!) Parts, on the other hand, were way more.

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You can always get them to email you as well so save a few days of mail time. I got my STATT, LTATT and my transfer all in 1 email. 1 week from date of transfer
Yeah, if it was a LTATT/STATT that would be possible but AFAIK, gun registrations can't be emailed.
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its enought for you to get the firearm home. On the letter it says this is your transfer notice, you may now get your ATT to transport firearm home. At least thats what i read.. this is a copy direct from paperwork


This is to inform you that your application to register
the following firearm(s) has been processed. Your new
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Read something similar on CGN. It's a grey area. I personally would wait for the registration, but that's just me. Not worth losing your guns, license or thousands in lawyer fees trying to get it back.
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packages started showing up for my first AR. Suppose to pick up a few more packages in the next week or so. First thing that showed up today

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Built this AR22 from a 10/22 on boxing day special ($290 all in!) Parts, on the other hand, were way more.

is this non-restricted?
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it should be. Looks like a 10/22 with the SR22 kit. Not 100% sure on the barrel length but its its 18.5 then it should be NR. This is my 10/22 with folding stock and is classified as NR

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its enought for you to get the firearm home. On the letter it says this is your transfer notice, you may now get your ATT to transport firearm home. At least thats what i read.. this is a copy direct from paperwork


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Yeah, that's not an issue for me. I had the firearm shipped to me so I didn't have to pick it up anywhere.

Anyways, the registration came. Going to the range on the weekend.

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Every time I want to go out shooting, something comes up. With it getting dark so early still, it sure limits the time one can throw lead down the lanes.

Then I realized I was out of 9mm, low on rimfire, and had a handful of 5.56 left.
I have a ton of 7.62 though.....

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Every time I want to go out shooting, something comes up. With it getting dark so early still, it sure limits the time one can throw lead down the lanes.

Then I realized I was out of 9mm, low on rimfire, and had a handful of 5.56 left.
I have a ton of 7.62 though.....

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i'm in the same boat as you.. always something that comes up. Running low on 9's myself.. but just been too lazy to reload.
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I'm taking a day off work and letting my international student skip school so we can go and shoot. That's the proper set-up.
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Just got a few more parts, just missing the flaming pig to arrive and it's good to go. Its like lego for big boys


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it should be. Looks like a 10/22 with the SR22 kit. Not 100% sure on the barrel length but its its 18.5 then it should be NR. This is my 10/22 with folding stock and is classified as NR
Yes NR...it's a 10/22 tactical so the bbl is 16.12".

Altogether with stock at its' shortest length, I think it's still 30". I've seen a few people on cgn/rimfirecentral in Canada go down to 8" bbls and use a full locked stock. Still NR and looks mighty sweet. Let me see if I can find some pics..

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I love the SBR PDW look. After i'm done building my current AR, i'm gonna slowly piece together one and buy parts as they go on sale. Gonna make mine along the lines of this. Love the CSS Stock.

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Yes, my next build will be an NEA 7.5" SBR AR-15. Just have to find one now.
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I prices it out.. its almost cheaper to buy the NEA 7.5" at $1200... but its the tinker factor of building one from scratch is the more satisfying part

Printed a handstop, finalizing dimensions and reprinting in black. Also printed half my AR upper vise block, still gotta print the other half and the lower vise block too.




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It has been pouring rain up here for weeks now, but I don't let that stop me from getting out and shooting.

We have an international student staying with us and he is going back home to Brazil next week, so I wanted to get him out to the range one more time to try some hand guns. I took the day off work and I let him skip school for the day. Civilians are generally not allowed to own guns in Brazil and his parents really liked me taking his son out shooting.



Here is Rapha holding the Dan Wesson up with the 10" barrel





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i want to get a front grip for my xcr...any recommendations?
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depends on your shooting style.


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i want to get a front grip for my xcr...any recommendations?
I personally like the magpul AFG gen 1 and not the gen 2. More natual feeling on a carbine grip but if your more into the CQB style grip then any vertical forgrip should be good, just comes down to how it feels in your hand.
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