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    More than one SBR Upper

    Can I have more than one SBR upper for the same registered lower? Or am I limited to one upper at any given time? My registration lists several calibers, so can I have all three uppers at the same time? I did a search and found no clear answer. Any help is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac37 View Post
    Can I have more than one SBR upper for the same registered lower? Or am I limited to one upper at any given time? My registration lists several calibers, so can I have all three uppers at the same time? I did a search and found no clear answer. Any help is appreciated.
    Basically yes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mac37 View Post
    Can I have more than one SBR upper for the same registered lower? Or am I limited to one upper at any given time? My registration lists several calibers, so can I have all three uppers at the same time? I did a search and found no clear answer. Any help is appreciated.
    I dont have the document in hand, but you can use multiple sbr uppers on a legally registered SBR lower. If your Form 4 as "multi" as the caliber, (lucky SOB) then you can use those calibers on your SBR.

    I drafted a letter to the ATF and let them know I planned on using my SBRd lower in different configurations and mailed it in registered mail, but received no written confirmation from them about it though.....

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    You can have as many uppers as you want as long as you have that registered lower.

    Best rule of thumb I've heard is just don't have any built lowers floating around your safe. Constructive intent and all

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    Yes, but as has been mentioned, don't get caught with additional unregistered lower(s) that do not have an attached 16"> upper though. If you only have one registered lower then you are ok with several short uppers other than the length you listed on your form 1 or 4 & different calibers if you so chose. If it's gonna be a permanent length change other than what you've listed the ATF asks that you send them a letter advising such so they can annotate this in the registry.
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    Thanks for the quick replys.

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    Is there a ATF form for listing multi-caliber, or barrel lengths? Or do you just send a well written letter advising them that you want to run several calibers and Bbl lengths?

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