This was helpful for me: http://www.guntrustlawyer.com/form1.htmlForm 1 since you are the "maker". The Form 4 is for transferring an already existing SBR to another qualified person. Either form requires a $200 tax stamp.
If you need help, let me know.
KT invariably is further behind on production than Noah was with the ark. If I didn't like their products and (normally) price point, I wouldn't even bother to deal with them. I will give them credit for NOT showing items on the website as 'in stock' and then having it not be the case. Calling them might get you one.Thanks for the input I wonder why keltec is taking awhile to restock the adaptor at least that's the impression on the website do I have to call to get the my hands on one
Thanks for the clarification Master Sgt. A. I should have qualified the "best CQB" to suggest for "normal" civilian use. I think I have said this before to you in the past, but it still goes-Thanks for your service!KT invariably is further behind on production than Noah was with the ark. If I didn't like their products and (normally) price point, I wouldn't even bother to deal with them. I will give them credit for NOT showing items on the website as 'in stock' and then having it not be the case. Calling them might get you one.
Badman was pretty much the first of whom I was aware to build a SBR and his is pretty impressive. I think I would agree that it is pretty near the perfect CQB gun for folks who don't do it for a living. (Having spent most of my life being shot at, I don't trust my life to any but a few proven products. No offense to KT.)
I have heard that you can actually engrave on the plastic, but don't know much in the way of details. Actually, there shouldn't be anyreason why you CAN'T; New Frontier makes plastic AR lowers and, although the serial number is on a little metal piece in the same way Glock does it, the rest of the required information is molded into the plastic. I'm going to post that question on a couple of other boards of which I am a member and see what answers I get. And I will inquire of Orion, who is just north of me, because I know they have engraved some Glocks, etc. that did not have a lot of metal on them. The question is actually one that has been nagging me for a while as I have a couple of guns that 'need' SBRing, so I might as well get an answer. If I have to write ATF/NFA so be it. In either case, I will try to share the answers here.