Ok so, I purchased my Arsenal SLR107FR, hasn't shipped yet. It would be cool if someone knew about this, i'm not getting clear answers off the internet and the phone call answer wasn't too specific. This is for WISCONSIN BTW. I'm 19, young as you know, and I wanted to just make sure that my rifle is going to be considered a rifle, and I will be able to actually take it home being under 21. It's the stupid crap like this. My rifle's: Total Length (with muzzle brake): 937 mm (36 7/8 in.) • Folded Length (with muzzle brake): 695 mm (27 3/8 in.) • Barrel Length: 415 mm (16 1/4 in.) With the folded length being 27 3/8 in, is that something I should be worried about? It's not about federal, it's the state. The state law document doesn't mention anything about folding stocks, at least from what I've seen. just the OAL. I had seen a statement earlier just by some random guy on a random forum that stated, "Some states have variations as well - for example, in Wisconsin if OAL when folded is under 30" then it is registered as a pistol." It'd be awesome to get a clear answer, thanks guys!