You can put an AFG/Handstop on a pistol with no change in its definition - as per ATF.
An AFG/handstop on this “Firearm” would make this a pistol - making it illegal in N.J. based on our AW laws.
For ATF Definition purposes:
True Vertical Grip =\= AFG or handstop
As I said, Im not gonna go build whatever I want. This is just discussion on what is and is not allowed based on the wording of NJ and Federal laws. If there is someone who has contradictory information that is legit, its 100% welcome.
I'm still learning more as I go and I just realized the 26 minimum OAL is probably being met by the SBF and similar firearms because its designed to be fired by two hands.
I noticed the Troy and DS firearms both have vertical foregrips. I'm wondering if they didnt wanna play with the verbage of angled foregrip/grip stop vs vertical grip?