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If I "drop" my Vepr 12 and the weld brakes on the buttstock allowing it to be used as a folding stock as intended am I in violation of 922r compliance? I can swap out 6 parts but would rather not if I don't have to.
 

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No more than 10 foreign parts for 922r. I like your thinking.:D

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I understand this, but my question is does a broken weld count as a modification?
 

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I know the parts are easy on Saigas but not sure about Veprs. You could ask these guys..


Vepr-12 - forum.Saiga-12.com
I have, It is not a parts issue, its a compliance issue. I can swap out the trigger control (3 parts) the pistol grip, muzzle brake and piston puck and be in compliance but I would rather not if I don't have to. However I am pretty sure it counts breaking the weld would be a modification if it is need to allow for importation in the first place.
 

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It should use an AK grip, I know now that if I want it to fold I will have to swap out 6 parts. It does count as a modification.
 

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Just spent $140 so I can brake a weld. Stupid nonsense but I like to be in compliance with the law. I ordered the tapco fire control, muzzle brake, gas puck and pistol grip. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the CAA grip is now made in America. I love the grip on my AR and AK74 but those were Israeli made.
 

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Got my parts in today just waiting on the gun.
 

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