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Of course, just need to have a machine shop and you're all set. And the parts are apparently widely available, too, except that parts intended to construct a machine gun also count as machine guns themselves.The plans are on the internet right?
Yep, I saw that on Law and Order. It apparently takes 5 minutes for an untrained person to do this modification.I thought all you needed was a file and whamo...machine gun
Actually... with an AR it is that easy...I thought all you needed was a file and whamo...machine gun
The plans are on the internet right?
Yeah. Just need to file down the shelf in the lower to accept a full-auto FCG, which I assume you're going to file out of a block of steel, then file the third pin hole. But if you file it a little off, it'll either not trip the sear to fire the next round or trip it too early and you'll have made yourself a pile of bent parts.Actually... with an AR it is that easy...
1. All my guns are legal.I have an idea about fully auto: Lets all advertise on a public forum that we know how to do it and invite the ATF to our houses to inspect our guns.
Reasonable suspicion with no expectation of privacy1. All my guns are legal.
2. The last time I checked simply knowing how to do something wasn't a crime.