btmar Posted February 5, 2013 Share Posted February 5, 2013 So I've got an SBEII that is my hunting gun. However, I shoot A LOT of clays (with buddies, not skeet/sporting clays) in the offseason and there's a big gap between the end of duck season and the start of dove season. I've also dabbled with the idea of getting into some 3-gun and figure the shotgun is easier for the woman to handle than my Glock and 4 shells for HD seems like so few. Extensions are cheap so why not. I was doing some research about what length I should get and then came across posts about 922r compliance. My gun is just a straight from the factory 26" Max-4 SBEII...no pistol grip or any other upgrades or anything. I've never really dabbled in messing around with my shotguns so I'm not as familiar with 922r as other firearms laws. What do I need to ensure my gun stays compliant? Also any recommendations on length? I think I've settled on +7 as it should extend less than an inch past the barrel. However, I've got an extended choke on it so it seems the +7 will still be short of the muzzle. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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