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If one were to do this the PLR would become an SBR and require the tax stamp? I converted a SU-16C to an E model
and have the C model trigger and stock assembly left over and it appears it would mate up with the PLR just fine?
 

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I converted a SU-16C to an E model and have the C model trigger and stock assembly left over and it appears it would mate up with the PLR just fine?
When I converted my SU-16C to an SU-16E, I put my leftover Charlie stock on my SU-22. :)

This question is addressed as #15 in the PLR-16 Frequently Asked Questions thread, stickied at the top of the PLR-16 forum. Good PLR-16 info there.

http://www.thektog.org/forum/f93/plr-16-frequently-asked-questions-faq-205038

PS - I think the 1934 National Firearms Act is a bad law. Putting your SU-16 stock on your PLR-16 isn't going to make you into a dangerous person with evil intent, it won't make you harm anyone, and therefore it shouldn't make you a felon. Similarly, you shouldn't need to ask permission and pay an exorbitant tax to make a firearm quieter. That's dumber than dirt.
 
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