SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

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SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by SuperChuck » Mon Apr 02, 2012 9:56 pm

OK already run into a dis-similarity trying to use AR style form 1 compared to this build....

Savage receiver only has a Serial number marked on the frame. NO model number, NO Caliber..

Should I have these added to the receiver when I engrave my trust information?

I realize the barrel may be marked, with caliber, but it will not be marked for Model and/or the barrel markings may not line up or be visible.

At this point, should/could I could call it

SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC

Model SBR-1
Caliber 300 Blk



SC

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by Bendersquint » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:09 pm

SuperChuck wrote:OK already run into a dis-similarity trying to use AR style form 1 compared to this build....

Savage receiver only has a Serial number marked on the frame. NO model number, NO Caliber..

Should I have these added to the receiver when I engrave my trust information?

I realize the barrel may be marked, with caliber, but it will not be marked for Model and/or the barrel markings may not line up or be visible.

At this point, should/could I could call it

SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC

Model SBR-1
Caliber 300 Blk



SC
If the information is not on the firearm you will need to engrave it yourself. As long as the following information is engraved on your receiver you are fine....

Name of entity registering
Cty/State using postal abbreviations
Model name
Caliber

You will be within regs at that point.

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by SuperChuck » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:26 pm

Thanks, thats the way I was leaning on the side of caution....

SC



Bendersquint wrote:
SuperChuck wrote:OK already run into a dis-similarity trying to use AR style form 1 compared to this build....

Savage receiver only has a Serial number marked on the frame. NO model number, NO Caliber..

Should I have these added to the receiver when I engrave my trust information?

I realize the barrel may be marked, with caliber, but it will not be marked for Model and/or the barrel markings may not line up or be visible.

At this point, should/could I could call it

SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC

Model SBR-1
Caliber 300 Blk



SC
If the information is not on the firearm you will need to engrave it yourself. As long as the following information is engraved on your receiver you are fine....

Name of entity registering
Cty/State using postal abbreviations
Model name
Caliber

You will be within regs at that point.

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by Bendersquint » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:29 pm

SuperChuck wrote:Thanks, thats the way I was leaning on the side of caution....
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There is no side of caution, there is following requirements or sidestepping the law.

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by SuperChuck » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:43 pm

On the Form 1..

Does this seem correct...

4.a. Savage, Savage MFG Address
4.b. Short Barreled Rifle
4.c. 300 Blk
4.d. SAV-SBR-1
4.e. 12"
4.f. 32.5"
4.g. Original Savage Serial #
4.h. SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC



Regards,

SC



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SuperChuck wrote:Thanks, thats the way I was leaning on the side of caution....
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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by Bendersquint » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:57 pm

Looks good.

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by -k- » Thu Apr 05, 2012 9:59 am

The original serial number should match the original model name for a trace.

I don't think you should make up a model name for an existing firearm, probably best to contact the ATF if you can't find the model.

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by SuperChuck » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:57 pm

Todd,

Interesting... had not thought of it that way since I was "making" it, figured I could assign a Model to it...

Its a Savage Donor Short Action, so it could have been a Model 10, 11, 12 or 16 most likely..

I think theres a Serial Number research capability at Savage, I'll have to find out..

Some new/unallocated donor actions, I really don't know how they would have modeled them...

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by TEXMEX » Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:22 pm

Bendersquint wrote:
SuperChuck wrote:OK already run into a dis-similarity trying to use AR style form 1 compared to this build....

Savage receiver only has a Serial number marked on the frame. NO model number, NO Caliber..

Should I have these added to the receiver when I engrave my trust information?

I realize the barrel may be marked, with caliber, but it will not be marked for Model and/or the barrel markings may not line up or be visible.

At this point, should/could I could call it

SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC

Model SBR-1
Caliber 300 Blk



SC
If the information is not on the firearm you will need to engrave it yourself. As long as the following information is engraved on your receiver you are fine....

Name of entity registering
Cty/State using postal abbreviations
Model name
Caliber

You will be within regs at that point.
"regs" don't require a model name.

479.102 (2)(i) The model, If such designation has been made;

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Re: SBR Form 1 requirements for Bolt action receiver

Post by SuperChuck » Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:38 pm

Thanks Tex-Mex, I'll keep that in mind. I was actually able to find out the original Model numbers of each Savage bolt action receiver by going to their parts sales web site, and entering the receiver serial number.. Actually it was quite simple, and VERY useful, in that regard..

Since there has been a Model designation made originally by Savage, I'll probably stick with that, especially since its a simple 2-digit model number.

Caliber and Trust info is so many more characters, a few more won't hurt.. I'll be processing my first Form 1's using these, and I'm still nervous about popping that cherry...LOL So I'll be over-anxious as it is, and will probably make sure that I cover ALL bases.. :-)

That is good to know though, for when I am a little less jittery about my $200 and 6 months ...

Thank you for that insight!

Regards,

SC


TEXMEX wrote:
Bendersquint wrote:
SuperChuck wrote:OK already run into a dis-similarity trying to use AR style form 1 compared to this build....

Savage receiver only has a Serial number marked on the frame. NO model number, NO Caliber..

Should I have these added to the receiver when I engrave my trust information?

I realize the barrel may be marked, with caliber, but it will not be marked for Model and/or the barrel markings may not line up or be visible.

At this point, should/could I could call it

SuperChuck Trust
MyHomeTown, SC

Model SBR-1
Caliber 300 Blk



SC
If the information is not on the firearm you will need to engrave it yourself. As long as the following information is engraved on your receiver you are fine....

Name of entity registering
Cty/State using postal abbreviations
Model name
Caliber

You will be within regs at that point.
"regs" don't require a model name.

479.102 (2)(i) The model, If such designation has been made;

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