Rob0115

Franklin armory gets around NFA

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https://www.franklinarmory.com/collections/complete-firearms/products/franklin-armory-xo-26-s

 

matbe NJ legal like the shockwave?  Comes with NFA letter that says no stamp required 

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Pretty sure it isn't smoothbore SSD confirmed it. I think it’s the trigger that’s the key.

http://soldiersystems.net/2018/01/11/franklin-armory-announces-reformation-11-5-barrel-w-conventional-stock-no-tax-stamp/

Dunno about N.J. legal... My gut says no, but I’ve been known to be wrong.

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2 hours ago, High Exposure said:

Pretty sure it isn't smoothbore SSD confirmed it. I think it’s the trigger that’s the key.

http://soldiersystems.net/2018/01/11/franklin-armory-announces-reformation-11-5-barrel-w-conventional-stock-no-tax-stamp/

Dunno about N.J. legal... My gut says no, but I’ve been known to be wrong.

Funny thing, their website says the Binary Trigger System Pack (the trigger kit) is not available for sale to civies in NJ.

So I wonder if they will send a gun that has the trigger system in it to NJ.

https://www.franklinarmory.com/products/binary-firing-system-gen-iii-trigger-pack

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Well, I guess that dropping a binary trigger into an existing gun that is already classified as a “Rifle” and having a “firearm” that is distinctly not a rifle, by whatever definition they have discovered, with a binary trigger are two completely different things.

Only time will tell.

And this is N.J. so...... 

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1 hour ago, Shane45 said:

Everything else aside, it is my opinion as I have said before, the binary trigger is illegal in NJ per the statute "I."Machine gun" means any firearm, mechanism or instrument not requiring that the trigger be pressed for each shot "

When @PK90 chimes in, we'll find out more.

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3 hours ago, Zeke said:

Says 1:7 in the description 

 

1 hour ago, Rob0115 said:

I think the muzzle device is rifles and the barrel is smooth. Obviously not a precision shooter but a blaster. 

@PK90, a firearm is a firearm.   Its in the same boat as the Shockwave and Tac-14. 

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13 minutes ago, JohnnyB said:

Why debate this? We all know a binary trigger is a no go in the PRNJ!

Agreed. I do not think this will be NJ legal - because of the trigger.

I just think the trigger is what gets around the Federal NFA laws.

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Everyone said the Tac-14 and Shockwave would be illegal.  It's a short barreled shotgun, it's an assault weapon, it's scary.  Can't be legal.  EVERYONE said this 

Then they became legal 

 

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