I highly recommend Orion Arms; excellent service and reasonable prices! Cost for me was $50 for the engraving with $17 return shipping (it cost me $13 to ship). All work done to ATF regulations!alfred10 said:What needs to be engraved on the rifle? Who does this and what does it usually cost? Who can smith a folding stock on it? What kind of money am I looking at? Im guessing I cant do the job myself. How do I get it fixed if I have problems since Sig doesnt work on non factory SBR's? Is it legal to take the stock off and ship it as a pistol?
When I converted my SIG P556 to SBR configuration, I just used a 14-inch pair of channel locks and un-screwed my receiver end-cap; it took me all of three-seconds to do! This is no big deal! To me â€“ so easy to convert to a SIG P556 to SBR configuration â€“ itâ€™s scary! Just get your ATF Form 1, remove the receiver end cap and install the buttstock of your choice, and have the receiver engraved with your name, city, and state; you are good to go!bmuoio said:
bmuoio said:img]http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc250/bmuoio/sigtool-1.jpg[/img]alfred10 said:How exactly do you change the parts? It would be nice if sig would just send you a lower. How much do they charge to swap lowers? Will a classic lower bolt right on?