The SBR is surrounded by myths – Aaron Cowan takes a look at two of the most common myths.
Short Barrel Rifle (SBR)
Suppressed rifles are tons of fun. .22lr rifles are tons of fun. It is safe to conclude that a suppressed .22lr SBR is even more fun, right?
Interested in getting a Short Barreled Rifle? Don’t know how? Don’t like how daunting the task is? Here’s how to (legally) get a SBR.
Republicans control the Senate AND the House in addition to the presidency. It’s time for the 2nd Amendment political machine to kick it in overdrive and pass some national pro-gun laws.
This video from Iraqveteran8888 shows a torture test of a Patriot Ordnance Factory P416 gas piston AR-15. They put it through the ringer and fired approximately 2,500 rounds through it and it still did not fail.
The NFA Review Channel is an excellent YouTube Channel focused on all things NFA – suppressors, short barreled rifles (SBR), short barreled shotguns (SBS), and machine guns. He recently put a whole lot of fun into a neat little package, or a Pelican Case to be precise. This is a short little fun video to […]
14.5″ barrels are a popular way to get a slightly shorter rifle without having to go through the NFA process for a SBR and paying for a $200 tax stamp.
Short barreled rifles are restricted firearms under the National Firearms Act (NFA) – they are rifles with a barrel shorter than 16 inches and/or and overall length of 26 inches.
SBRs are handy firearms in small packages that are easy to carry around and maneuver in tight spaces.