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    Quote Originally Posted by peepsnet View Post
    As best as I remember...

    A pistol is defined as a non-sholder-fired weapon having one vertical grip.
    Attaching another vertical grip moves the weapon to AOW(Any Other Weapon). A $5.00 stamp if in a state that allows it

    A rifle is defined as sholder-fired, rifiled, having a minimum barrell length of 16in.
    Less than that and it is an SBR(Short Barralled Rifle). A $200 stamp where legal.

    Don
    And just to confuse things more, they made the shotgun 18" or over is ok, but under that for the barrel requires the extra money to the gov't. But both have to be 26" in total lenght or you still owe Uncle some money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peepsnet View Post
    As best as I remember...

    A pistol is defined as a non-sholder-fired weapon having one vertical grip.
    Attaching another vertical grip moves the weapon to AOW(Any Other Weapon). A $5.00 stamp if in a state that allows it

    A rifle is defined as sholder-fired, rifiled, having a minimum barrell length of 16in.
    Less than that and it is an SBR(Short Barralled Rifle). A $200 stamp where legal.

    Don
    You are correct.

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