Discussion in 'On Topic' started by thomor25, Sep 27, 2007.
I know one or two of you have them and wanted to know whats entailed.
1. buy lower
not fa you gotta do fingerprints and some shit. where is 993kgt when i need him.
You are aware that it has to have been before 1986 and will cost you retarded amounts of money right?
who the hell do you think posted the question
or become a class 3 manufacturer.
Planning to get a type 07 ffl and a class 2 sot isn't at all a practical solution to getting nfa weapons. You'd really want to be going into business for that to be cost effective. Otherwise you'll just want to suck it up and pay the artificial price. As far as I know full auto lowers are 10-20k depending on the manufacturer and dias are a little lower.
thanks man I appreciate the info.
Here's a registered HK94 for sale...
Don't get a registered receiver if you're going to blow that much money on FA. Get a registered sear, you can swap trigger packs between almost all HKs that way, making whichever one you put the trigger pack on full auto.
You could build an MP-5, G3, 21, 53, etc etc
As for full auto AR15s, drop $10k+. Or become a dealer. But like said isnt viable.
Become a police officer or reserve
Have captain provide Police Letterhead for departmental purchase
Buy brand new full-auto AR-15 for $1200.00
Profit- as long as you stay an officer there.
No way I'd pay $1200 for a post sample AR/M16 variant.
One sear will work for all of those?
Correct. You just need one of these with a registered sear in it and you can swap it out between a ton of HK goodies.
good to know
Exactly why you usually see HK sear guns run a little more, there's a lot more variety one can do with that registered 3 caliber sear.
Keep in mind there's virtually no "real" HK machineguns on the transferrable market, they're all conversion guns.
why only three caliber? There are atleast 4 pistol calibers anyway....
Because all the imported semi auto HK host guns at the time were 9mm, .223, or .308.
Look how much fun you can have with a $14,000 tiny piece of metal. I took these earlier this month at an AR15.com shoot. The G3 is a beast to shoot, we put only about 100 rounds through it before we started smoking the handguards haha. The MP5 is pure sex to shoot, so easy to control on FA.
I hate you...
Sidenote: Will that registered sear work in a UMP also?
If there's some of you guys that are really interested in the HK systems I encourage you to check out Professional Arms new MK5 which will be out next year.
I've gone shooting with the owner and have gotten to try it out on several occasions. There's going to be a whole bunch of different conversion kits to from .22 to .223 I think. Right now Andrew has 9mm, .40, and .45 and each one ran really well.
I'm kind of glad it's not coming out until next year, it'll give me time to save my monies
I dont think so. I think it uses a different trigger pack/group than what these 21+ year old sear were designed for. Plus I havent seen any UMP (or UMP type platforms) offered for sale with registered sears etc.
I think the sear only does 9mm, .223, and .308
Fucking computer is slow and has me clicking to fast and fucking with my posts.
But looks like they're 9mm and .40 also. But like I said, I dont think a 21+ yr old sear will work in a trigger pack/group not designed for.