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Old January 14th, 2015, 08:59 AM   #16
 
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You can build a rifle or pistol from a 80% AR lower and it does not violate any Law.....does not have to say pistol on receiver....does not have to have S/N or any markings per ATF.....the 80% AR lowers are the best way to go....not hard to finish and you can build whatever rifle or pistol you want... other than a SBR which requires Stamp....



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Old January 14th, 2015, 09:03 AM   #17
 
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Tactical Machining.com also makes 80% Ruger 10/22 uppers that you can finish and build whatever you want....no S/N ....no hassles......
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Just buy a charger its cheaper; most places under 300 bucks.
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That is just the way it is, whether or not it makes sense is a different story.

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Am I correct that a 10/22 barrel attaches to a Charger the same way as a 10/22 . So I can buy a Charger, and cut and crown a 10/22 barrel to make a shorter Charger ? I ask because I have two 10/22 takeoff barrels and I am paying down a Charger at a local pawnshop .
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Am I correct that a 10/22 barrel attaches to a Charger the same way as a 10/22 . So I can buy a Charger, and cut and crown a 10/22 barrel to make a shorter Charger ? I ask because I have two 10/22 takeoff barrels and I am paying down a Charger at a local pawnshop .
Yes, that's correct. Except for the way they are marked Charger and 10/22 receivers are the same and all the parts ( triggers, bolts, barrels and scope mounts) will interchange between the two.
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