A pistol-grip firearm is a firearm that was not manufactured with a buttstock and is not intended to be fired from the shoulder. It fires shotgun shells and is more than 26 inches in overall length. It doesn’t fit the ATF’s definition of a shotgun or a handgun, hence the name.
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