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Full auto at home instructable

John A.

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Lovely.

I'm sure they'll use that in a Congressional hearing this week.
 

Scoop

.30-06
Hot damn! I just converted all but one of my formally semi-s to full-whiz-bang. Tomorrow I am off to my city's BATFE office to register. I'll write back to tell you how that goes. Yippie!!!

:omg::chaingun:

:thanks:Dj.
 

nitesite

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His info must be accurate. See his serious facial expression and effective use of technical terms?

And.... If he says he is a former Navy Seal he should make his way to the floor of the US Senate with ease.
 
"Making" a full auto weapon I would imagine

The National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA) defines a number of categories of regulated firearms. These weapons are collectively known as NFA firearms and include the following:

Machine guns
This legal definition includes any firearm which can fire repeatedly, without manual reloading, "by a single function of the trigger",[10] which is broader than the common definition.[11] Both continuous fully automatic fire and "burst fire" (e.g., firearms with a 3-round burst feature) are considered machine gun features. The weapon's receiver is by itself considered to be a regulated firearm. A non-machine gun that may be converted to fire more than one shot per trigger pull by ordinary mechanical skills is determined to be "readily convertible", and classed as a machine gun, such as a KG-9 pistol (pre-ban ones are "grandfathered")
 

Djcala

.30-06
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"Making" a full auto weapon I would imagine

The National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA) defines a number of categories of regulated firearms. These weapons are collectively known as NFA firearms and include the following:

Machine guns
This legal definition includes any firearm which can fire repeatedly, without manual reloading, "by a single function of the trigger",[10] which is broader than the common definition.[11] Both continuous fully automatic fire and "burst fire" (e.g., firearms with a 3-round burst feature) are considered machine gun features. The weapon's receiver is by itself considered to be a regulated firearm. A non-machine gun that may be converted to fire more than one shot per trigger pull by ordinary mechanical skills is determined to be "readily convertible", and classed as a machine gun, such as a KG-9 pistol (pre-ban ones are "grandfathered")

So ya didnt even watch the video ??
:lol:
 

John A.

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Yeah, one of the best examples I heard about making a machinegun (m16) was told to me by a straight faced vietnam vet who told me to drill out the hole in the barrel more where the front sight goes.

Said that would turn any ar15 into a machinegun.

They sure smoked some funny stuff back then.

There was one recently from a black panther grand master demonstrating how they ended up shooting 3 of their own protestors a while back. I'll try to find that video. It was very, umm. Informative is probably the word I was looking for. Dude was doing the video for realz.

NSFW language warning


Some more background info about what they're talking about

 
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