And if you suppress it, which many of us do (SBRs are LOUD), you’ll also need to have a copy of the suppressor stamp with you too.Bitter Clinger wrote: ↑Sun Apr 11, 2021 7:01 pmIt's a long gun, just not as long . But you will need to carry a copy (never the original!) of the tax stamp from the ATF, just in case you are ever stopped / questioned.rotor wrote: ↑Sun Apr 11, 2021 5:36 pm For those that know, and I don't, how does one carry a SBR in Texas? It is not a handgun so technically it is a rifle, correct? Can it be carried concealed, open and loaded like any long-gun, on your gun rack in a pickup? What signs would prohibit entry, a gun buster saying no firearms? A no firearms with the pistol crossed out would apply to handguns? Does 51% sign have any effect? Is there any difference in carry laws for a SBR vs something like a full size AR? May sound like a dumb question but knowledgeable people are here. I am not SBR knowledgeable.
I've had someone tell me that they just keep a photo of their tax stamp on their phone, but that would also mean surrendering control over your phone to a federal official who ISN'T questioning you because he wants to play patticakes with you. DON'T. DO. IT. Use a photocopy of the form. I had mine reduced in size to 5.5”x8.5” and laminated. It’s still legible, and is more portable that way, while being protected from scuffing, etc.