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I’ll be mailing my soon to be sbr lower across state lines for the engraving. Do I have to submit the 5320.20 to do this or should I pay my local FFL mail it to the engraver (also an FFL holder [ not sure what class]).
 

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Not a SBR until it’s engraved
 
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Engraving is not an option. If you want to put a buttstock or vertical grip on it (well, depending on overall length), it has to be engraved therefore finishing the process.
Even after engraving you can still switch it back to a rifle or pistol (pistol only if it started life as a pistol or blank lower, if it started as a rifle you can not make it a pistol), you just have to send the BATFE written notification
 

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Make sure to use a well known engraver, one that does NFA engraving, then call them if you have to.

No, you don't need a 5320 to mail an SBR for work to be completed on it.

Yes, NFA toys need to be engraved.

Tar Heel State Firearms does a ton of NFA engraving. They are cheap, fast, and knowledgeable about NFA engraving. I personally wouldn't use anyone else.
 
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