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Posted: 12/13/2013 1:22:54 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/13/2013 1:23:56 PM EST by ns66]
is there some kind of a frame to attach to pistol to make it more like a short rifle, so it has longer sight radius and better control with two hands? so we don't have to do ar-pistol or SBR
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 1:27:30 PM EST
SIG makes the Adaptive Carbine Platform that is supposed to work for nearly any rail equipped pistol, but the kit costs $450. Cabelas has them.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 1:28:02 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/13/2013 1:29:54 PM EST by MINOBARN]
Mech Tech Carbine for Glocks/1911s.

They are blowback.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 1:28:18 PM EST
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.

Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:04:56 PM EST
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SIG makes the Adaptive Carbine Platform that is supposed to work for nearly any rail equipped pistol, but the kit costs $450. Cabelas has them.
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i found the link, the video is really nice and clear how it works, thanks for the info
by the way, is the front grip legal without going SBR?

http://www.sigsauer.com/StoreProductList/adaptive-carbine-platform-116.aspx
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:07:25 PM EST
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Mech Tech Carbine for Glocks/1911s.

They are blowback.
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interesting too thanks
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:08:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.

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my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:12:32 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ns66:


my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol
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Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:26:34 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.
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Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:
Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:31:29 PM EST
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please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks
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Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:
Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks

NO!!!!!!
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:39:46 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ns66:


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks
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Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:
Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks


Front grip = trip to Club Fed.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 2:45:04 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/13/2013 2:45:57 PM EST by nehpets99]
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 3:00:04 PM EST
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please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks
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Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:
Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?
thanks


You can put an AFG on it.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 3:32:34 PM EST
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You can put an AFG on it.
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Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By ICEMAN19047:
Originally Posted By ns66:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
There have been attempts to market a device such as you describe.

Problem is, if the barrel is not >16" then it is a SBR, with all of the hassle and expense that involves.



my understanding is without "evil" features like stock and forward grip, it should be legal as a pistol

Then it wouldn't be what you described in OP.


please elaborate a little, for example, if i buy the Adaptive Carbine Platform, is it legal as a pistol? can i attach a forward grip to it?


thanks


You can put an AFG on it.


^^ AFG is legal on a pistol
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