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I live in Marylandistan, where we have our own illogical laws and am helping my wife's cousin in Bordentown. I don't want to run afoul of NJ laws in helping him with the build.
He bought a stripped lower and LPK. I will be helping him install it with a LaRue MBT trigger. I had him ask the FFL if it was legal to install an M4 upper and the FFL told him yes. My research (here and elsewhere) says the flash hider needs to be removed or be permanently attached. As I understand it, the threaded barrel itself is not illegal. I can have the flash hider high temp brazed before giving it to him. Is this NJ compliant? (This is the rule the ATF uses to legally attach a brake to a 14.5" barrel and not be a SBR.) The flash hider is not threaded to have a suppressor fit over it.
Collapsing stocks are also illegal if he already has a pistol grip and detachable magazine, correct?
Kyle in Bodymore Murderland