According to the NFA an SBR is any firearm with a buttstock that has a rifled barrel of less than sixteen inches, or an overall length of less than twenty six inches. The total length is measured in the extended position. However, Franklin Armory found a shocking loophole.
As part of the new Reformation line of patent pending NRS firearms, the first SKUs in the Reformation line feature a non-NFA configuration with an 11.5″ barrel and a conventional stock as shown in the press release below:
If that just sent you for a loop, and you find yourself scratching your head wondering how they got this approved, you’re not alone . . .
However, SHOT Show is only days away at this point, and we’re definitely going to pay Franklin Armory a visit while we’re out there. We’ll find out everything you need to know, and update you with more information.