ak-47, AR, AR15, ATF, CARBINE, heckler and koch, history -

The National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934 stands as a cornerstone in the regulation of firearms in the United States. Enacted during the era of Prohibition and gangster violence, the NFA aimed to address concerns about the proliferation of certain types of firearms. This landmark legislation, although amended several times, continues to shape the landscape of firearm ownership and regulation in the country. In this post, we delve into the intricacies of the NFA, its provisions, historical context, and impact on gun control policies.

Read more


Author:  Dagger Defense An SBR, or short barrel rifle is a category of firearm that is regulated by the National Firearms Act or NFA. Basically speaking it’s a rifle with a barrel shorter than 16″ or smaller than 26″ overall length. Another type of firearm that is similar is the Short Barrel Shotgun, or SBS, but we’ll focus on the SBR for now. In order to legally own an SBR, one must first identify what the specifications of what the SBR will be. Specifically, you will need to actually identify what firearm you will turn into an SBR in order...

Read more