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Legality of Nordic stock on a Charger?

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I have a question about the Nordic stock and the Charger pistol.

I'd like to make a very small "tactical" plinker, without cutting down a barrel and going the SBR route.

If I buy a Charger (which is recorded on the 4473 as a "pistol", and then install it in the Nordic stock, will it be legal as long as I do not attach a butt stock to the Nordic kit?

I'm thinking that if I instead install a small sling swivel on the back of the Nordic stock, it would be good to go as a pistol, but what say you?
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My take on this?

Pucker up, fill out a Form 1, pay the $200 tax, and wait patiently.
In over 30 years, I have never been harrassed by anyone when firing my Class III firearms!

With our choices this fall, as far as "gun friends" go, Obama is abisimal, and (IMHO) McCain is not much better.
Also keep in mind that historically, NFA Firearms have been exempt from the BS "feelgood" laws.

I cannot shake from my mind the fact that during the Klinton/Reno regime, Randy Weaver's wife and infant child were killed by ATF agents....and for what? Mr. Weaver (allegelly) cut a barrel of a shotgun 1/4 of one inch too short!

If you register your firearm as an SBR, you can legally add a buttstock, a foregrip, and you can cut the barrel to any length that you desire!

Too, another thing to consider, the $200 tax has not been increased in over 70 years! In today's market, $200 will not buy 50 gallons of gasoline!

My $0.02 worth.
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