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On 11/17/2019 at 5:30 PM, USRifle30Cal said:

I thought the essence of 'other' was that the barrel was smooth bore...this is rifled....1/7 twist....


So how is not an sbr and nj legal?


Just curious

Not quite... "other" is merely a category created by ATF that defines firearms that don't fit the existing criteria of "long gun", pistol or AOW.

The way Franklin Armory went about it at first was to do a smoothbore gun... thus, no rifled barrel and thus not a rifle.

Troy and others went a different route, by manufacturing a firearm that was designed to "be fired with two hands"... hence the vertical fore grip and the pistol brace, and not a stock.  And as long as the over all length on these is over 26", it is an "other firearm" rather than "any other firearm" which requires a $5 tax stamp and generally not kosher in the New Jersey.

Hope that helps.


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