Frequently Asked AR15 Questions

Mil-Spec AR15
The United States Defense Standard is often called a Military Standard, “MIL-STD”, “MIL-SPEC” or “MilSpec”
– An AR15 designed to U.S. Department of Defense standards

Pre-Ban vs. Post-Ban AR15 ?
Since this law is no longer in effect, Pre-Ban / Post-Ban AR15 are no longer an issue. See more in the AR15 Laws Section

Took effect September 13, 1994, expired September 13, 2004

What is an AR15 SBR?
Short Barreled AR15 Rifles (SBR)
A short barreled rifle is defined as a rifle having one or more barrels less than sixteen inches in length and any weapon made from a rifle with an overall length of less than twenty-six inches. See more in the AR15 Laws Section

AR15 Short Barrel & Full Auto (NFA Weapons, Title II Firearms)
What is an NFA Weapon or Title II Firearm?
A full auto, short barreled rifle, suppressor, or any other Weapon (AOW) is defined by the Gun Control Act of 1934, these are referred to as NFA (National Firearms Act) weapons, or more precisely Title II Weapons.. See more in the AR15 Laws Section

Who can build an AR15 SBR?
Anyone legal to possess firearms
Live in city / state where local laws don’t prohibit NFA Weapons
File Local and Federal Paperwork / Fingerprints / Photos
Pass background checks
$200 tax

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