View Full Version : What Krinkov kits are legal?
06-14-2004, 11:45 AM
All the kits I see say the parts are to be used for replacement parts only and not to build a new weapon. What do I have to do to build my own with out becoming Bubba's love slave for the next 10 years?
06-14-2004, 02:40 PM
those are just legal diclaimers the company puts on their sites, to protect them from lawsuits.........you can build a 'krinkov" or have one built for you by a gunsmith.......but you still have to follow the NFA and 922. replace enough foregin parts with US ones, and make it so the stock cannot fold, and put a barrel extension permanently attached so that it is at least 16 inches long.,,,,,,,,,, you can apply for a SBR on a ATF form 1 so that you can keep the original barrel (8 inches) but you would still need to make the stock non-folding .US parts for a SBR does not have to be installed.
06-14-2004, 02:43 PM
Thanx for the info...I was wanting to get a 16" and cover it with a fake suppresor. Any idea where I can get something like that that is U.S. made?
06-14-2004, 02:51 PM
OHIO RAPID FIRE has a carbon copy of a fake PBS-5 suppresor. it screws directly on the FSB.....you would just need to have it silver soldered on, or blind pinned, and you will be barrel length legal.
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