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Post by benfranklin1787 » Thu Apr 29, 2010 12:44 am

dont you need a trust to own one though?
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Post by ThePatriot » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:42 am

No, it is just like any other NFA build Form 1 for an individual
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Post by Selectedmarksman » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:52 am

Here's a hypothetical.

Could you have an SOT make the SBS for you, and then purchase it as an SBS from the SOT and only pay the $5 transfer fee? If so, is there a company that does this already?

Please excuse my ignorance, I've mostly avoided SBS's because I didn't see myself putting $200 into the stamp for one. But for only $5....

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Post by silverbulletexpress » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:49 pm

The ou SBS surprisingly looks really cool. Got me thinking of two of them attached together at the receiver for a 4 barrel. I have no idea how many stamps that would take. Can you do a build it yourself from scratch SB shotgun on a form 1?
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Post by Bowen1911 » Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:59 pm

Selectedmarksman wrote:Here's a hypothetical.

Could you have an SOT make the SBS for you, and then purchase it as an SBS from the SOT and only pay the $5 transfer fee? If so, is there a company that does this already?

Please excuse my ignorance, I've mostly avoided SBS's because I didn't see myself putting $200 into the stamp for one. But for only $5....

My bank account hates you guys. :P

My understanding, is that if it is a normal long gun, modified to have AOW requirements, is still considered a SBS because it started as a long gun. If you had a virgin receiver (If someone kissed ass up and down to get a few from the manufacturer) then yes, the SOT could make a AOW.

I do believe you could make a AOW on a form one if the receiver is not registered as a long gun.

But after watching Lucky Number Sleven, I want a SBS double barrel... Might as well buy now when i can afford it
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Post by apochachuva » Thu Apr 29, 2010 8:07 pm

I went with the O/U SBS. I kept the stock and I'm glad I did. 3" magnum buckshot would be ridiculous without it.
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Post by Diomed » Wed May 05, 2010 4:14 am

Selectedmarksman wrote:Here's a hypothetical.

Could you have an SOT make the SBS for you, and then purchase it as an SBS from the SOT and only pay the $5 transfer fee? If so, is there a company that does this already?

Please excuse my ignorance, I've mostly avoided SBS's because I didn't see myself putting $200 into the stamp for one. But for only $5....

My bank account hates you guys. :P
You've got SBSs and AOWs confused. If you did want a double barrel AOW, short of finding a Denny's or Norrell's Auto-Burglar for $1.5-2k, you're stuck with a combo gun - permanently install a rifled barrel liner in one barrel and chop. Presto, it's an AOW.

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Post by Farmall » Wed May 12, 2010 12:01 am

This is what I thought of when I saw the O/U.

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Post by doubloon » Wed May 12, 2010 2:31 am

ThePatriot wrote:...
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that make's it about a 10.7 overall ... and that conservative

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Post by Farmall » Wed May 12, 2010 1:24 pm

Oh yea, and the Chuck Norris trigger fail.
Farmall wrote:This is what I thought of when I saw the O/U.

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Post by jimmym40a2 » Wed May 12, 2010 2:20 pm

When your that deep undercover you can leave your finger on the trigger............
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Post by DCloudy777 » Tue May 18, 2010 6:27 pm

Dude... one of the 4 rules for being a trigger is "stay off Chuck Norris until you're ready to fire" :mrgreen:

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Post by GoJohnnyGo » Tue May 18, 2010 7:10 pm

Farmall wrote:This is what I thought of when I saw the O/U.

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It's funny, I immediately thought about this too and as I scrolled down...there it was..that is awesome :D

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Post by BISHOP » Tue May 18, 2010 10:45 pm

I never liked the Serbu as a "practical toy".
I have a Rem 870 that is a SBS (12.5" barrel), and I think 3rds isn't fun enough.

As far as a double barreled shotty. I have one of them too, but I didn't want to have to do a form 1 and all that wait and hassle so I built an exposed hammer bouble barreled shotgun with 10" barrels, but the secret is that its a Black Powder gun..... Its not a gun as seen by the ATF. So I have the coolness without having to do the paperwork... The only problem is that its not a 12Ga but some sub caliber like a 20ga or in between.


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Post by fstbk65 » Sun May 23, 2010 12:26 am

I always thought I would prefer an OU shorty more than a SxS. Figured it would make for a slimmer profile and the larger forearm would be easier to hold.

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Post by cal50 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:13 pm

More shotgun porn-


The stock makes a HUGE difference. I also added screw-in Winchoke tubes,tritium front sight and back bored the barrel.



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Post by TOOL1075 » Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:38 pm

Speaking of SBS's...... I just fondled my NIB 870 police magnum SBS at my dealer yesterday... and I have the receipt of what the dealer in Nevada paid for the gun from the distributor.

Let's just say that if anyone pays $500-$600 for one of those guns, they are getting screwed. You should be paying low to mid $400's....... I paid like $420 I think. Dealer price seems to be in the 3's.

I always wondered why they almost never show up for sale and when they do they are so expensive... it's because the dealers fucking price gouge. It doesn't make any sense though, because it's not there is a shortage of these things. Any NFA dealer can buy these from any Remington LE distributor....

I have seen someone pay $700 for one NIB, which is just not right.

Guess it depends on your idea of a fair profit margin though...
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Post by cal50 » Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:17 pm

TOOL1075 wrote:Speaking of SBS's...... I just fondled my NIB 870 police magnum SBS at my dealer yesterday... and I have the receipt of what the dealer in Nevada paid for the gun from the distributor.

Let's just say that if anyone pays $500-$600 for one of those guns, they are getting screwed. You should be paying low to mid $400's....... I paid like $420 I think. Dealer price seems to be in the 3's.

I always wondered why they almost never show up for sale and when they do they are so expensive... it's because the dealers fucking price gouge. It doesn't make any sense though, because it's not there is a shortage of these things. Any NFA dealer can buy these from any Remington LE distributor....

I have seen someone pay $700 for one NIB, which is just not right.

Guess it depends on your idea of a fair profit margin though...


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Re: Short barrel shot gun

Post by FrankDude72 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:24 pm

Since the OP asked about the Serbu Super Shorty...

Here's mine on video being patterned with 5 different loads:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttdqvc2ayQI

It actually did purty well with Remington 9-pellet

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Or if you really want to get crazy w/ the AOW shotguns, got a .410 made out of a Maglite.

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Vid of the Maglite .410 being shot:

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Re: Short barrel shot gun

Post by eseaton » Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:44 pm

Those are very cool. If you want more firepower, anywhere from 5, 8, 10, 12 rd. drums and mags, 20 round drums, consider this gas operated Saiga-12.

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Post by Banshee » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:56 pm

here is a couple of SBS I built. NO the shorty is NOT a Serbu

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