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-My Draco SBR- (UPDATE PG 5)

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:36 pm

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Figured I'd post this just as an FYI and to keep everyone up to date with NFA transfer times.

Mailed the form on Saturday, April 16, 2011

Check cashed today Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Pending Thursday, May 12, 2011

APPROVED 8/18/11

I am using the trust method.

Here's a picture of the project as it sits.

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It's going to be a very non-traditional fun gun.

I'm excited. Pics and updates to come as time progresses.


UPDATE 4/26/11

Got all my goodies in and installed. Took RonnyRonins idea and used a .38 special shell for the charging handle.

Now the wait to install the Ace folding stock mechanism and CTR :evil:



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UPDATE 7/22/11

In rifle form. My Nfa examiner, Christina Farris, likes to wait 3-5 months from pending date to approval sooo...

CNCWARRIOR muzzle extension(permanent care of a local smith)
CNCWARRIOR A2 FH
Ace Ar folding stock adapter
USPALM pistol grip
Magpul ASAP(Its the only endplate I had laying around... accepting donations of stock endplate :D )
VTAC sling
Gear Sector offset light mount
Gear Sector sling loop
Magpul XT(?) rail covers
Magpul CTR
Surefire X300
Aimpoint Micro(obviously unmounted at the moment...)

Thanks to: m ellis allen and Kutter_0311 for helping me drill through the INSANE trunnion on this bastard. Couldn't have done it without both of your insights :oops:

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Re: My next SBR

Post by KentsOkay » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:41 pm

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Re: My next SBR

Post by Chris@MTCT » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:42 pm

What type of AK is that man?
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:49 pm

That is a Romanian Draco "C"

It has the under folder trunnion and a 11-12.5 inch barrel(no one on the interwebz seems to know the exact length and I haven't measured :D )
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Re: My next SBR

Post by Gingerbread Man » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:16 pm

I have an SBR ready Arsenal I'm going to SBR, but I want one of these Dracos SBR'd as well. There's one sitting on the wall at Palmetto that has my name on it.

Then I can AKIMBO a brace of Krinks. :|
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:39 pm

Regular Guy wrote:I have an SBR ready Arsenal I'm going to SBR, but I want one of these Dracos SBR'd as well. There's one sitting on the wall at Palmetto that has my name on it.

Then I can AKIMBO a brace of Krinks. :|

Yeah, I saw that thread a while back. What do you need to do to sbr that thing? Just chop and thread or does there need to be modification to the gas system?

AKIMBO would be hilarious! Need pics :D
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Re: My next SBR

Post by Gingerbread Man » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:43 pm

hatchtrikk wrote:
Regular Guy wrote:I have an SBR ready Arsenal I'm going to SBR, but I want one of these Dracos SBR'd as well. There's one sitting on the wall at Palmetto that has my name on it.

Then I can AKIMBO a brace of Krinks. :|

Yeah, I saw that thread a while back. What do you need to do to sbr that thing? Just chop and thread or does there need to be modification to the gas system?
The Arsenal, all I need to SBR it is to cut the barrel and put a crown on it. And figure out how to do this damn paperwork but the guys at Milcopp said they'd help me next month so, hopefully by fall, I'll be SBR'd.
The Gas block is already threaded so no threading is necessary.
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:46 pm

Regular Guy wrote:
hatchtrikk wrote:
Regular Guy wrote:I have an SBR ready Arsenal I'm going to SBR, but I want one of these Dracos SBR'd as well. There's one sitting on the wall at Palmetto that has my name on it.

Then I can AKIMBO a brace of Krinks. :|

Yeah, I saw that thread a while back. What do you need to do to sbr that thing? Just chop and thread or does there need to be modification to the gas system?
The Arsenal, all I need to SBR it is to cut the barrel and put a crown on it. And figure out how to do this damn paperwork but the guys at Milcopp said they'd help me next month so, hopefully by fall, I'll be SBR'd.
The Gas block is already threaded so no threading is necessary.

Sweet. Good luck on that. Are you planning on changing anything on it or just leave stock + Ultimak? (I assume)
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Re: My next SBR

Post by Gingerbread Man » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:52 pm

I'm going to put an aimpoint, ultimak, and a light. I have the aimpoint. It's got a arsenal folder on it so I think that will be enough. I got the rifle for 800. They go for 1200 now. I feel like an ass for not getting the paperwork done sooner but I can't figure it out.

I put about 40 rds through the gun and it runs so I don't think I need any gas system work.
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:54 pm

Regular Guy wrote:I'm going to put an aimpoint, ultimak, and a light. I have the aimpoint. It's got a arsenal folder on it so I think that will be enough. I got the rifle for 800. They go for 1200 now. I feel like an ass for not getting the paperwork done sooner but I can't figure it out.
Are you trying to do Trust or Individual?
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Re: My next SBR

Post by Gingerbread Man » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:57 pm

I'd like to do a trust but ill probably just go individual. I need to find a lawyer in SC that does trusts for nfa.
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:05 pm

If the LEO signs, individual should be pretty straightforward.

Here's a template I found.



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The ATF has revised the form a little, but this should give you the gist of it.

Of course, I'm no expert so YMMV :D
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Post by Gingerbread Man » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:11 pm

For what I hear the sheriff signs unless your an ass. I'm not an ass.
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Re: My next SBR

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:14 pm

Regular Guy wrote:For what I hear the sheriff signs unless your an ass. I'm not an ass.
Then put on your happy face, shake some hands, and you're good to go :D

Make sure you post pics :mrgreen:
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Re: My next SBR

Post by Cpt. MelonBuster » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:29 pm

Gah, I totally want to SBR a Draco. here's what I'd go with.

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This is a great looking one too.

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Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:31 pm

Ha! Do it!

That thread on warriortalk was the one that inspired me.


Although I will be taking a very different direction with this project.
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Re: My next SBR ::PIC UPDATE 4/26/11::

Post by hatchtrikk » Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:07 pm

Update :D
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Post by hatchtrikk » Mon May 23, 2011 7:06 pm

PENDING as of 5/12/11 :wink:
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Re: My next SBR ::Pending 5/12/11::

Post by Czechnology » Mon May 23, 2011 7:30 pm

Haha Copycat! :D
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Post by hatchtrikk » Mon May 23, 2011 7:52 pm

Czechnology wrote:Haha Copycat! :D
YUP :D

The front end will be almost exactly the same, although I plan to run an X300 on an angle mount. I'm also going with a CTR on the Ace folder.

How's your stamp coming along?
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Re: My next SBR ::Pending 5/12/11::

Post by Lucas_061287 » Wed May 25, 2011 2:50 pm

This thread makes me wish I would have stuck with my SBR Draco project :(
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Re: My next SBR ::Pending 5/12/11::

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed May 25, 2011 8:32 pm

Lucas_061287 wrote:This thread makes me wish I would have stuck with my SBR Draco project :(

It's never too late to start again :D
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Re: My next SBR ::Pending 5/12/11::

Post by Lucas_061287 » Wed May 25, 2011 8:40 pm

I'll do it once my current projects are fully complete- AR build and M&P 9 payoff/mod.
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Re: My next SBR ::Pending 5/12/11::

Post by Czechnology » Wed May 25, 2011 8:43 pm

Mine is on hold until June. I'm moving, so I've been waiting to submit my Form until I'm actually moved.
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