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Do i need to get a tax stamp for every nfa item i want?

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Steve22    3

I want to build a SBR and put a silencer on it. Do I need to obtain a tax stamp for both the SBR and the silencer or will one work for both?

Also what if I want to increase my collection later, would I need to get more tax stamps for the items?

Also, is it possible to build a full auto weapon? Or are those explicitly outlawed.

thanks for the help

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~ZENAS~    78

The stamp is for the specific NFA item you registered it for. You need a stamp for each individual NFA item.

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RangerTim    74

If you purchased a integrally suppressed SBR like the Daniel Defense V7 (I think) SBR in 300BLK you only need 1 stamp. If you can separate them, it's 2 stamps as T.L. Jones said.

Also, it is illegal to manufacture a machine gun after 1986 with the exception of dealer samples (I'm no expert on MG's so jump in if I'm wrong). You can fill out the appropriate paperwork and buy a pre-86 select fire weapon or registered sear, but you will pay out the nose for it.

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~ZENAS~    78

Chris, you are right. I completely overlooked that question in the original post. You cannot legally build a "machine gun" anymore. Any fully automatic weapons in private hands are pre-86. And like you said, cost an arm and a leg.

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Chris, you are right. I completely overlooked that question in the original post. You cannot legally build a "machine gun" anymore. Any fully automatic weapons in private hands are pre-86. And like you said, cost an arm and a leg.

Last one I saw for sale was I believe an old MP5 and the guy wanted over 20k for it. Not sure if it was worth that much or not, but those are the types of prices I believe most are going to go for these days.

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ElDub1950    0
On 6/29/2016 at 6:20 AM, T.L.Jones said:

The stamp is for the specific NFA item you registered it for. You need a stamp for each individual NFA item.

Question .. If I get a tax stamp for a suppressor, is that tax stamp for the suppressor on a specific gun? Or is it for the suppressor and I can use the suppressor on any gun? (that it fits of course)

I'm new to being able to even think about it.

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RangerTim    74

The tax stamp would be specific to the suppressor.  They run on serial number.  You could put it on whatever gun you wanted.  I have a SilencerCo Specwar 556K with the quick attach mounting system on 3 of my AR's so I can swap between them when necessary. 1 suppressor = 1 tax stamp.

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