Ryo

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  1. Are you FFL? PreMay can't be own by a civilians.
  2. WTB PM-63 Parts kit

    You can find it at Gallo or Atlantic Firearms or RTG. RTG I got a very worn one so i picked up a couple from Gallo and they were new condition.
  3. It would be definitely less than $75 (that was the price listed from the link) I'll have to look to see if I still have parts lying around. I had bought more than I needed but I think I need to buy a cap. I've been planning on designing a better one, but haven't had a chance to look.
  4. Yup that's the lubing jig. I can make them if someone really needs one.
  5. For the rotational center part people grease the internals. I'm talking filled in with grease from a grease gun. I would go to machinegunboard to get more information on greasing drums. They have a great Thompson section.. with experts.
  6. ATF posted a video. You can see all the steps which is great. expect to turn up the volume to hear what she's saying.
  7. Traveling out of state with C&R MGs

    Just make sure the state(s) your passing through with your firearms doesn't have issues with your firearms.
  8. Entry level 223 transferables

    Well sounds like you've already decided on the FNC. Enjoy!
  9. BTT Added BT-20527 to the list (B&T Telescopic Brace Adaptor For KH9). I can easily modify this to be a stock. Thanks
  10. FFL 01 is a dealer. For the gunsmithing side of things you can only work on firearms that customers ask you to work on. You can't "manufacture" a firearm unless your doing it personally and it is legal in your state. If you plan to build for resale, then get the FFL 07. Interesting thing is the cost of a 01 is more expensive than a 07.
  11. Form 4 to dealer questions

    Last one i did it was 5 or 6 months
  12. Entry level 223 transferables

    It's always a moving target when dealing with the prices. AR18 ive also seen less people purchase. One I'm more surprised that the prices haven't skyrocketed is the Reising 50
  13. Entry level 223 transferables

    Personally I prefer to shoot my subguns vs M16 (or variant). Cheaper, and easier to control. IMHO. However if I had to get a 223/556, then it would be a M16. With modifications, you can shoot other calibers. Only annoying thing is that depending what you want to shoot, you may need to disassemble it. For example if I want to shoot my Razorback, I need to pull out my Geissele SSF (install a lighten spring with a milspec F/A trigger), buffer, buffer extension, etc. Just a pain. If your talking about a Shrike belt fed (or MCR) then the pain is to replace the bolt release with a nonstandard one due to it contacting the upper, as well as other swap out parts..
  14. Just learned something I wasn't 100% sure about until I talked to my IOI. Apparently if I decide to give up my FFL 01 and retain my 07, any NFA item can be transferred immediately from my 01 books to my 07 books as long as the NFA items are register under the same business EIN. I thought that was possibly the outcome, but wasn't sure until I had a talk with him. Good guy willing to give me a call after sending him a email question about it. Probably not relevant info for most of you guys, but I just though to share.
  15. Pre Sample Question

    Another point about retaining the MGs, if your state doesn't allow ownership of MG (not including grandfathering), you have to give them up. You need your SOT to retain them, even if it is a pre86.dealer sample. At least that was what I was told by the ATF.