Discussion in 'On Topic' started by mds2004, Dec 4, 2007.
Should I get this? http://www.gunsamerica.com/Classifieds/View/_976990960.aspx
Im the type of guy who buys the gun and not the story.
fuck the story. Every time someone has a story the product is either fucked up, or they want too much.
i'd get this
the ones before it might not exist anymore
I'd get that.
actually, no, this: http://www.impactguns.com/store/MGT-H3266.html
can you own nfa`s in cali?
Sadly, not anymore.
That is minigun territory
If I were spending $295k on a weapon it would have rotors or maybe even afterburners.
Hooray for M60s
http://www.jbarms.citymax.com/catalog/item/871198/5146506.htm rather have this and its cheaper.
Only way I'd buy an HK conversion gun is if it was a 3 caliber registered sear.
But that thing looks painful to shoot.
spending 295k on one gun < spending 295k on lots of guns
So can somebody explain this to me... I thought there was a lot different in full auto compared to semi.. but the way it looks off these pages is the only thing that really means anything is the sear... so you spend $14,000 for this tiny piece of metal...
There's really not a whole lot of difference in full auto guns and semi auto guns.
While the guns arent worth but $1500, it's the stamp and that one piece of paper that's worth the extra $12,500
I thought a stamp was $200. (which you'd have to pay ontop of the $14,000... and if what I understand is correct you'd need to pay that per each caliber you want it registered in as well...
and aren't that different.. I seem to recall a thread on here going off about how liberals always say that and claim that all the nig nogs run around with converted full autos but in the real world there's a lot different in a full compared to a semi and it's pretty hard to come by one...
Yeah the stamp is $200 as proof of the tax paid, but the gun is only really worth $1500. It's that $200 tax stamp that gives it that extra $12k price increase, simply because then its a Pre-86 transferrable item. If that gun doesnt have a stamp, it's worthless to the regular public. If there was no current bans; we'd all be buying M16s at $1k a pop factory, less for conversions etc.
And anyone with any mechanical knowledge can make a machine gun or a "auto" sear etc. Just depends on if you're an honest citizen or not.
I knew all that... but if it's so easy anybody can do it than why aren't they illegal autos all over the place.....
For all we know there could be. We've changed an AK to a post sample MG in under 20 minutes. Drill one more hole, cut a small notch and put the parts in. Anyone with a little machine skills could replicate an auto sear and there you have it, a MG. I'm sure there are plenty illegal MGs floating around or buried in people's backyards. I just wish the NFA would go away so I can afford a legal MG.
its not so much the NFA, but the 1986 ban (i think) cause if people could import, or manufacture and register machine guns the market would stabilize, no?
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