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Anyone Looking to Buy a Sig Brace This place has Them
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Dont know if the price is good or not. Just a FYI for anyone that wants one. das http://www.weaponsworld.com/catalogsearc...=sig+brace
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#2
I honestly don't get it. You can buy a stock kit with buffer tube, buffer, and spring for $35. A tax stamp is barely more than the Sig brace, and now the ATF is saying it's illegal to misuse the Sig brace as a shoulder stock. Really doesn't seem worth it.
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(01-23-2015, 03:41 PM)bac0nfat Wrote: I honestly don't get it. You can buy a stock kit with buffer tube, buffer, and spring for $35. A tax stamp is barely more than the Sig brace, and now the ATF is saying it's illegal to misuse the Sig brace as a shoulder stock. Really doesn't seem worth it.
I'm with you here I have never understood the appeal of the brace and just knew from the number of people doing it and constantly asking the ATF for clarification things were bound to go wrong. I've been brushing off numerous people for the last year telling me my SBR stamps were a waste of money. Didn't feel that way a year ago and certainly doesn't feel that way now.
The law? The law is a human institution...
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#4
Typically, the brace is used on AR15s classified as a pistol in order to help control the muzzle rise while firing. For whatever reason, people using the brace as a buttstock sticks in the ATFs craw. I think if it is used in such a manner, it negates the need to buy the federal stamp but I may have the facts messed up on that.
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#5
It's so nice to know how a jury of our peers would vote when the subject of misusing the sig brace is addressed in a courtroom.

Did I miss the memo? Since when does the ATF write law?
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#6
It's all part of the who Executive Branch trying to get around Congress. They figure if it's a regulation instead of a law, they can get away with it since Congress only writes laws and not regulations.
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#7
I have no problem with people wanting to shoulder the brace and fire it like a rifle. I personally do not want to but what people want to do with their own property is their business. I think I should be able to build an SBR and not have to tell anybody about it let alone pay a trivial $200.

All that aside, the realist in me figured it was only a matter of time given the number of people running out to build guns solely for the purpose of getting around NFA laws and constantly notifying the ATF saying "hey look what I'm doing." It's kind of like how a certain large group of obnoxious open carriers flooding Starbucks changed a corporate stance on the matter. I think the statement from the ATF is ridiculous, but at the same time I'm still thinking to myself "yup, saw that one coming."
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bac0nfat;160807 Wrote:I honestly don't get it. You can buy a stock kit with buffer tube, buffer, and spring for $35. A tax stamp is barely more than the Sig brace, and now the ATF is saying it's illegal to misuse the Sig brace as a shoulder stock. Really doesn't seem worth it.

I hear you, but I always saw it as a way to snub the government. While I wait for my stamp, and CZ to release stocks to SBR my scorpion, I'm getting a brace.

Justin
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#9
I'd rather give a private business twice the amount than give the feds a penny.

And I wouldn't have to ask permission and have a paper trail.


Got it now?
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#10
I guess. If you really wanted to say f-you to the government, you would just build an unregistered SBR and say, "come and take it motherfuckers!" Then again, they would do exactly that, make an example out of you, and make your life miserable. I put the Sig brace in the same category as California-compliant AR15's. You can't really call that an f-you, since you are actually complying with their rules and neutering your weapon to be in compliance. If anything, you are saying, "I accept your new rules, and I will work with them." In the real world, there's not much else you can do besides that, and vote, and call your representatives. It's a shitty situation but this is the hand we were dealt.
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