RCM Limited

WTS - Demro Tac-1 SMG - Excellent Condition $9K

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Selling a 45 cal.smg in excellent condition for a friend. He bought the gun years ago and never fired it. It has been a safe queen. I was informed that the manufacturer made a very limited run of these guns for prisons, hence the reason for the combination lock on the receiver to hinder a non authorized person (aka a prisoner) from using the gun against the good guys should things go sideways. Price is $9K. Thanks for looking. RCMoles@suddenlink.net or 304.965.0229

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 Very interesting piece...is it select fire, or safe/FA only?  I ask because the S/F selector seems it could be safe/fire or semi/Full (like Macs).  Also, is the seller looking for cash only, or would NFA trade + cash be an option?  Thanks for your time.

-Patchez

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The owner never fired the gun. He was a collector and not a shooter. He is getting older and needs to thin the herd is the only reason he is selling. He has no one to leave this stuff to so he is looking for cash and no trades. I am pretty sure the "S" on the receiver is for safe and not semi. Thus I believe the s means safe and the f means full auto. It came to me on a form 4 and the description says it is a machine gun. I am a FFL/SOT so when I transfer it out it will be on a form 3 unless the buyer is a resident of WV, my home state. Hope this helps.

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Any idea if it works? Any spare parts with it?

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4 hours ago, RCM Limited said:

The owner never fired the gun. He was a collector and not a shooter. He is getting older and needs to thin the herd is the only reason he is selling. He has no one to leave this stuff to so he is looking for cash and no trades. I am pretty sure the "S" on the receiver is for safe and not semi. Thus I believe the s means safe and the f means full auto. It came to me on a form 4 and the description says it is a machine gun. I am a FFL/SOT so when I transfer it out it will be on a form 3 unless the buyer is a resident of WV, my home state. Hope this helps.

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I am responding to all PM's right now. I've had a number of responses to the post. Thanks for the interest.

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I have the combination and it works. The "S" on the gun equals SAFE and the "F" on the gun equals FIRE. I cocked the gun put it on S and it would not fire, when I moved the selector to F and pulled the trigger the bolt closed as it should. Thanks.

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I had one of these about 20 yrs ago. If it is a factory gun it should be select fire like an AUG.  Half pull semi and full pull of trigger full auto.

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It is a factory gun. Dean, Thanks for the info I did not know that. Much appreciated.

Roger

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That is a very cool platform and the combination on the side is very interesting. Would love to get some history on this thing. I would be interested had I not just spent the coin on a HK MP5k. Good luck with the sale, sure it won’t last too much longer!

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