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Offline Trophyhead

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Grease points
« on: April 01, 2013, 09:51:37 PM »
I got my first VZ61 and it is awesome.  I paid to much for it but I do not care it is sweet and really rounds off my Czech collection nicely.  Waiting for the ATF forms to come in so I can get it sbr'd. 

I  was curious if there are any recommend areas I should grease?  Sadly mine was used and did not come with a CD instructions.  Thanks

Offline DDNC

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Re: Grease points
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2013, 04:37:03 PM »
Waiting for the ATF forms to come in so I can get it sbr'd. 


What parts are will you be using for 922 compliance?
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Offline Trophyhead

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Re: Grease points
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2013, 01:43:14 AM »
I was under the impression if it was a d-technik vz61 and not a parts kit built gun I would be expempt from the 922 compliance ruling....thats the way I read it and Im sticking with it.

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Re: Grease points
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2013, 06:42:07 AM »
I was under the impression if it was a d-technik vz61 and not a parts kit built gun I would be expempt from the 922 compliance ruling....thats the way I read it and Im sticking with it.
I was curious as I too have one and would like to SBR it however, importable as a pistol 922 does not apply to any foreign made gun just like the VZ58 pistols as long as it remains a pistol. Conversion to a SBR, which will render it a rifle does in fact fall under 922 jurisdiction and no more than 10 foreign parts may be contained therein. The only other way to bypass this is with a registered sear which I do not think are available for VZ61's or you are a SOT or do not reside in the USA. ATF revised this edict several years ago. What exactly was it you read that led you to this conclusion? I have been unable to find any US parts for this platform.

Offline Browncoat

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Re: Grease points
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2013, 02:31:47 PM »
A couple of years ago Czechpoint was selling a SBR version. Maybe when Dan becomes available on this site again we can find out what what his take on 922 compliance is. I'm interested in this because I'm also waiting on a tax stamp and want to keep everything legal.

Offline Trophyhead

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Re: Grease points
« Reply #5 on: April 04, 2013, 07:40:20 PM »
I was under the impression if it was a d-technik vz61 and not a parts kit built gun I would be expempt from the 922 compliance ruling....thats the way I read it and Im sticking with it.
I was curious as I too have one and would like to SBR it however, importable as a pistol 922 does not apply to any foreign made gun just like the VZ58 pistols as long as it remains a pistol. Conversion to a SBR, which will render it a rifle does in fact fall under 922 jurisdiction and no more than 10 foreign parts may be contained therein. The only other way to bypass this is with a registered sear which I do not think are available for VZ61's or you are a SOT or do not reside in the USA. ATF revised this edict several years ago. What exactly was it you read that led you to this conclusion? I have been unable to find any US parts for this platform.

I came to conclusion after reading parts of the NFA handbook.  There is a guy on gunbroker selling newly made sbr vz61 right now. 




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Re: Grease points
« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2013, 08:00:37 PM »
Since you are building a brand new nfa rifle, (changing a pistol to a rifle) you are exempt to 922r.   Call the ATF they will not even know what 922r stands for.  That admistration is comical!

 

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