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|.458 Lott hardly fits the tactical paradigm except for combatting dinosaurs in your pea patch or crushing engine blocks, but the configuration does.
Or, is it more correctly African style tactical?
This barrel started out as a Bergara .45/70 barrel I rechambered to .458 Lott, cut and braked, added sights and picatinny rail, TBOSS cut, drilled and tapped for handgun forend spacing, then drilled and tapped the front forend screw hole for sling stud.
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|Tactical Spin on a .44 Mag. Contender handgun.
NOTE: Vertical front grip places this gun in the same Class III category as automatic weapons, silencers, shotguns under 26" overall length, and rifles with barrels shorter than 16", thus requiring registration and permitting under the National Firearms Act.
This is posted for informational purposes only.
Do not add a vertical front grip unless licensed to do so!
Quoting from ATF regulations,
"ATF has long held that by installing a vertical fore grip on a handgun, the handgun is no longer designed to be held and fired by the use of a single hand. Therefore, if individuals install a vertical fore grip on a handgun, they are “making” a firearm requiring registration with ATF’s NFA Branch. Making an unregistered “AOW” is punishable by a fine and 10 years’ imprisonment. Additionally, possession of an unregistered “AOW” is also punishable by fine and 10 years’ imprisonment."