Update: Washington State Passed and Signed SBR Bill!!!

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Update: Washington State Passed and Signed SBR Bill!!!

#1 Post by DoctorB » Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:48 am

A DEMOCRATIC state senator's bill, SB 5956- has passed the house and senate and the bill is on Governor Inslee's desk. The hearsay has it that he will sign the bill Wednesday.

The utility of a short-barreled rifle which loses energy for every inch lost is something I don't completely understand; but there it is, we might be a few days from joining 40 other states that allow such devices, provided one does the NFA transfer to create or possess the gizmo.

I hope I haven't hexed the thing by mentioning it here. :laugh:

What would you do with a Form 1 or Form 4 SBR stamp?

ETA: Passed! Signed. So there! :clap:
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Re: Washington State a couple days from SBR passage April 2n

#2 Post by shinzen » Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:37 am

Wow. Very nice. I'd probably wind up with an 11.5 inch barrel on the ar with a can.

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Re: Washington State a couple days from SBR passage April 2n

#3 Post by SwampGrouch » Mon Mar 31, 2014 9:36 am

Injure my wrist.

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Re: Washington State a couple days from SBR passage April 2n

#4 Post by DoctorB » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:13 am

I feel bad for laughing.

This particular iteration of short-barreled-ness applies to rifles only. They are not allowing shotguns ("SBS" I guess), possibly in honor of SG's still aching wrist.

The most versatile idea I've heard is to procure/engrave an AR-lower as multi-caliber and then use that as a host receiver for various 300Blk/6.5 Grendel/5.56 uppers.

One could conceivably then use a single can (such as the Silencerco Saker 762) for all of those.

One receiver and one can, to rule them all. Precious!
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#5 Post by SwampGrouch » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:18 am

DoctorB wrote:IOne receiver and one can, to rule them all. Precious!
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Re: Washington State a couple days from SBR passage April 2n

#6 Post by shinzen » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:23 am

DoctorB wrote:I feel bad for laughing.

This particular iteration of short-barreled-ness applies to rifles only. They are not allowing shotguns ("SBS" I guess), possibly in honor of SG's still aching wrist.

The most versatile idea I've heard is to procure/engrave an AR-lower as multi-caliber and then use that as a host receiver for various 300Blk/6.5 Grendel/5.56 uppers.

One could conceivably then use a single can (such as the Silencerco Saker 762) for all of those.

One receiver and one can, to rule them all. Precious!

Oh now that's interesting. You could even get the quick change kit to swap them out easily. And classic SG.
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#7 Post by DoctorB » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:26 am

It looks different without the snow on it. :laugh: And look what's happened to the town of Roy. Business is zoomin'.
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#8 Post by SwampGrouch » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:29 am

DoctorB wrote:It looks different without the snow on it. :laugh: And look what's happened to the town of Roy. Business is zoomin'.
I hear the GOP plans to have orcs in the Nisqually gate shack if they win the next election.
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Re: Washington State a couple days from SBR passage April 2n

#9 Post by nwguy » Thu Apr 03, 2014 12:18 am

Well, thankfully the Heller decision made mention of "armor of defense", which implies some level protection under the 2A. I wonder if Rainier Arms carries Mithril?


I really think a suppressed, scout-type bolt .22 would be something of interest.
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#10 Post by DoctorB » Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:03 pm

Signed, it's actually happened. Thanks to a Democratic Governor and a Dem Senator. So there. Don't lets have Faux Gnus start covering this.
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Re: Update: Washington State Passed and Signed SBR Bill!!!

#11 Post by nwguy » Fri Apr 04, 2014 1:53 am

Seeing as last year's attempt basically died in some committee, it's very cool to see this signed by Gov. Inslee. Much like the semi-recent changes to suppressor laws here, when you've got that level of federal restriction, prohibition at the state level just doesn't seem reasonable.


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Re: Update: Washington State Passed and Signed SBR Bill!!!

#12 Post by CDFingers » Fri Apr 04, 2014 9:43 am

That's neat.

To me, these two were more important:
2261 Relating to the use of science to support significant agency actions.
2262 Relating to the use of science to support significant agency actions.
But then, I'm not a single issue voter--yet I'm happy that a Democratic governor signed a gun bill. Sweet. I expected the signings of science-related bills by a Dem governor, but I'm surprised and happy about the gun bill.

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