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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    Thank you! I'm am really thinking about an SBR stamp for this thing now. It looks and feels good with the short barrel on it. I would have to decide between .45 or 9mm though.

    I think the barrel shroud looks great as well. I get lots of compliments at the range. And your right, the long pencil barrel without the shroud looks silly.
    The good thing on an Uzi is you can switch the barrel in less than a minute. IMHO get a 9mm SBR, but once you get stamp I don't think they really give a hoot
    if it has a 9mm or .45 barrel on it, but you could leave the .45 at 16" if you want. I use standard 9mm in mine for plinking, but have +P hollow points if needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckshot View Post
    The good thing on an Uzi is you can switch the barrel in less than a minute. IMHO get a 9mm SBR, but once you get stamp I don't think they really give a hoot
    if it has a 9mm or .45 barrel on it, but you could leave the .45 at 16" if you want. I use standard 9mm in mine for plinking, but have +P hollow points if needed.
    So you don't have to put down a specific caliber on the paperwork when you SBR it? That would be great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    So you don't have to put down a specific caliber on the paperwork when you SBR it? That would be great!
    I think you do, but they may recognize multi-caliber conversions? This is one I would check on. I am saying I have heard if you have the SBR stamp they
    are going to be satisfied and not be looking down the rifle barrel LOL).
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    will try to get to the garage tonite.......

    my 45 UZI is the long barrel with that same shroud.

    my 9mm is a pistol build with the short brl.

    weight difference in these is pretty noticeable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdk1968 View Post
    will try to get to the garage tonite.......

    my 45 UZI is the long barrel with that same shroud.

    my 9mm is a pistol build with the short brl.

    weight difference in these is pretty noticeable.
    There is a big difference between the long barrel with shroud and just the short barrel, right off of the nose too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckshot View Post
    I think you do, but they may recognize multi-caliber conversions? This is one I would check on. I am saying I have heard if you have the SBR stamp they
    are going to be satisfied and not be looking down the rifle barrel LOL).
    I have done this on a few firearms. The first was a M9/11 with multiple upper receivers, and a pair of SBR's. On the initial form you need to specify a caliber. ATF specifically said not to use multi cal. Once you receive your stamp you just write them a letter letting them know of any configuration changes.

    An example would be an AR-15 SBR.
    Submit Form 1 with 5.56 listed.
    Wait, and wait, and wait, and wait some more
    Receive stamp
    Buy 300BLK upper
    Write letter to BATFE with caliber and overall length of other configuration. No need to wait for any approval, it is just a notification.
    Go to range and make pew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zer0daze View Post
    I have done this on a few firearms. The first was a M9/11 with multiple upper receivers, and a pair of SBR's. On the initial form you need to specify a caliber. ATF specifically said not to use multi cal. Once you receive your stamp you just write them a letter letting them know of any configuration changes.

    An example would be an AR-15 SBR.
    Submit Form 1 with 5.56 listed.
    Wait, and wait, and wait, and wait some more
    Receive stamp
    Buy 300BLK upper
    Write letter to BATFE with caliber and overall length of other configuration. No need to wait for any approval, it is just a notification.
    Go to range and make pew.
    Good to know, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zer0daze View Post
    I have done this on a few firearms. The first was a M9/11 with multiple upper receivers, and a pair of SBR's. On the initial form you need to specify a caliber. ATF specifically said not to use multi cal. Once you receive your stamp you just write them a letter letting them know of any configuration changes.

    An example would be an AR-15 SBR.
    Submit Form 1 with 5.56 listed.
    Wait, and wait, and wait, and wait some more
    Receive stamp
    Buy 300BLK upper
    Write letter to BATFE with caliber and overall length of other configuration. No need to wait for any approval, it is just a notification.
    Go to range and make pew.
    Good info!!
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    Side note: Working on putting together parts to be able to swap out .45 ACP and 9mm in my UZI. All ready have a 16 round IMI .45 magazine and a complete bolt. Still looking for a barrel.

    UZI.45boltmag.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    Side note: Working on putting together parts to be able to swap out .45 ACP and 9mm in my UZI. All ready have a 16 round IMI .45 magazine and a complete bolt. Still looking for a barrel.

    UZI.45boltmag.jpg

    ok Scott... now im gonna gig you. :-)

    dont be a tight ass! go ahead & get another receiver & set it up for one each way!

    you will not want to swap back & forth if you want to shoot them much & you will always want to be able to compare the 9 & 45 at the same time with no swap time.

    DO IT. You know you want to!
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