Selling SBRs: A Process Overview

If you don’t currently sell short barreled rifles, here’s what you need to know about how the process works.

Selling SBRs: A Process Overview

This BAD (Battle Arms Development) lower receiver was first purchased as a rifle and later SBR'ed via a Form 1 Registration.

Concerning SBRs (short barreled rifles), ATF regulations are that a firearm or any firearm configuration with a barrel under 16 inches with a rifle stock attached is considered an ATF-regulated SBR. SBRs require appropriate approved ATF tax stamp paperwork to import, sell, make or possess. Despite (or perhaps because of) the many 2A threats and the advent of the pistol brace, SBR sales and Form 1 applications have been at an all-time high. In fact, the ATF is processing more...

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