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When it comes to a class 3 weapon there are so many to choose from but since they all fall under the same class they most often follow the same laws. This is not always the case though so it is important to keep current on all the laws that address these class 3 weapons. Both the short barrel rifle also known as the SBR and the short barrel shotgun fit into this category of a class 3 weapon. Most of these firearms require a tax stamp according to SBR laws including a special tax stamp for SBR.
Another selection of firearms of class 3 weapons are the 1911 SBR and the popular AR 15 SBR. As we said both of these are considered a class 3 weapon and fall under the SBR laws. These firearms are fun to shoot and pack a powerful punch. As a result, they are sought out by gun enthusiasts who just want to own this gun in their collection. Often law enforcement officers obtain there firearms and train to use them for tactical reasons. Firing them is nothing short of breathtaking as it creates a feeling of excitement that is not easily forgotten.
Not all guns with a short barrel fire the same way. For example, a short barrel shotgun will not feel the same as firing the AR 15 SBR ora 1911 SBR but they are all in the class of class 3 weapon category. After you go through the process to get the tax stamp for SBR you can actually purchase the firearm and enjoy it, however, you can always start to look at these guns and compare them way before you apply for the tax stamp or make the actual purchase. It never hurts to be prepared and know which class 3 weapon you like before you buy it.