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  1. I disagree with this thinking. A ccw permit does not mean your pro 2a it means you got a permit to carry a gun… lots of anti gun people have those permits an even own guns lol.
    5 points
  2. The majority of hunters are typically not 2A supporters and the Bushes are classic examples of that mentality, just like double barrel Joe. While Trump himself is not into firearms, the family is, and like the Kennedy's, trusted family members who have experience in firearms are the "go to" people when a subject comes up for advice. You can speculate that it's revisionist history, but if you had the background info I have you might have a different take? Or you might be a NRA double barrel Joe supporter and trap shooter? "The Dems are honest about their intentions" Seriously? Democrat socialists do not have CCW permits, they have people they expect to do those things for them. You could count the Bushes, Romneys, etc. in that same group. You might find George out bird hunting with Cheney, but you'll never hear of them at a range shooting belt feds.
    4 points
  3. that is some revisionist history for sure. Like Thumpy said, Trump only had a CCW because he was rich/famous/powerful/connected and lived in NYC. Same with his kids. That used to be the only way to get one as a NYC resident. Trump is no friend of the 2A. Trump had to appear pro 2A to get that vote. Just like he changed from pro-choice (which he was his entire adult life) until he needed the Evangelical vote. At least the Dems are honest about their intentions. The Bush's have been hunters/shooters for decades.
    4 points
  4. Hi Gents looking to sell my WW1 British Vickers made for Pourtugal during WW1. Comes with Matching Tripod. comes as seen with dial Sight Bracket. Gun has a beautiful WW1 Pourtguese crest on top. Really nice solid gun. This is one of the Guns listed by serial number in Dolf Goldsmiths Book The Grand old Lady of No man's Lands! Can send more pictures if one desires. Also comes with Stripped Matching lock. PRICE 20,000 plus shopping. OBO. 1 of 58 bought by Portugal in the Second Contract of 1918. Gun is on a Form 3 and can be Efiled immediately. SPF Thanks Gage
    2 points
  5. This is so true. I was chatting on the forums with x admin all seemed friendly helpful info. Then y admin came in and deleted all my posts and I never figured out why. Just figured oh well not the only game in town.... glad it wasnt just me.
    2 points
  6. cryostructure will be making them, looks like chf barrel with .004" "double" chrome lined barrel, ie m249 specs, the cryo'd possibly should be a monster
    2 points
  7. Absolutely Superb AK47 M92 7.62 x 39 Transferable Machine Gun. Full-Auto. 3 Round Burst. Semi Auto. Safe. Flawless Function. By LA France Specialties. Super Rare In This Configuration. Adjustable Muzzle Device. (6)-30 Round Brand New Mags. Condor Deployment Bag. This Is The Best Of The Best! All NFA Rules And Fees Apply Asking $59,500 USPS Priority Mail $275.00 Feel free to ask questions or request more pictures Thanks and have great day
    2 points
  8. Yes I do. This is for FFLs shipping with USPS. I find sometimes the employee doesn't know what to do with it, they stamp it and hand it back.. Then I correct them that this is their form.
    2 points
  9. I'll ask him when he comes to do a video at my south Florida mountaintop estate on the triple push pin HK21E? I gamble quite bit in the C3 world, but I wouldn't touch a RR PP MP5 unless it said billistics or one or two others on it. I'd pay more for a pre-may PP than one of the Morphys "new transferables". It certainly has affected the marketplace IMO for some people. The one week transfer thing isn't really real either. It happpened for "some people" for "some things", but never become the norm. The u-tuber culture lives in it's own world, but I do find comic relief there occasionally.
    2 points
  10. Just to clarify... you successfully transferred to non-SOTs on form 4s, thirty-previously PreMay machine guns that flipped to transferable? If so that is GOOD news
    2 points
  11. The mechanical bump stocks they are referring to are the Akins Accelerator. It was a bump stock designed for the Ruger 10/22 that used springs to automatically return the action forward where it bumped the shooters finger for each shot. Because there was no manual influence on the firearm like there is with a bump stock they deemed the combination of parts to be a machine gun. Without the springs it was an ordinary bump stock, so owners were told to surrender their springs. There are videos of the AA on the internet. Very interesting concept and for a very short time it was approved by the ATF as not a machine gun conversion device. But, they later changed their mind. The FRT is different than but similar to the bump stock in theory. Firing a gun with an FRT trigger is the same as any other semi auto firearm. When the shot moves the bolt carrier back the hammer is cocked. Where it differs is that there's no disconnecter. Instead there's a bump that the hammer pushes down on driving the trigger forward to the reset position. Once the trigger has been reset a locking bar locks the trigger in place so that it cannot be pulled until the locking bar releases it. As the bolt carrier moves forward and the bolt is locked in battery, the tail of the carrier releases the bar blocking the trigger so that it can be pulled again. All of the above actions are completely mechanical and require no manual influence by the shooter unlike a bump stock. Where the ATF believes it's a machine gun is the fact that maintaining pressure on the trigger causes the firearm to shoot rapidly, but in reality the shooter is pulling the trigger rapidly, much like the world famous shooter Jerry M. While the ATF has not determined Jerry's finger to be a machine gun, they did determine the FRT to be one because they didn't follow the letter of the law. Pulling the trigger is a single function. Just because the trigger automatically resets and has a built-in safety so that the trigger can't be pulled again until the action is safely in battery shouldn't matter. The fact is, with an FRT the trigger is being physically pulled for each shot.
    2 points
  12. Trump banned bump stocks reagan banned full auto post 86 bush 2 said he'd sigh the awb renewal if it made it to his desk bush 1 debounced the nra and canceled his membership Are republicans friends of the 2nd amendment?
    2 points
  13. She is correct, don't do a form 2 until after your project is done. You are telling the atf you made something, not asking permission to build something!
    2 points
  14. Every thing you need to know about the '76 the MK 760 (both MK760 manufacturers), The M76A1, and the Swedish K
    2 points
  15. The StormWerkz scope mount for the FN FNC and AK-5 utilizes the military standard Picatinny rail.Both weaver and Picatinny rings and adapters fit this mount. The StormWerkz FNC scope mount has the longest rail available, allowing use of many scopes which could not be used previously due to scope tube length or eye relief. The mount body is completely CNC machined from USA origin aluminum and anodized matte black. Factory iron sights work with the mount installed. $80 Visit our website www.stormwerkz.com for this and other StormWerkz products Thanks for the forums Buddy! StormWerkz FNC Scope Mount Also here is a video by one of our customers showing the installation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIlaKYUwYSc
    1 point
  16. This is a great story! So I am in Arizona, last time I bought an NFA weapon was about 4 years ago and approval was about 7 months on a paper form 4. I am not a dealer but do have a C&R license so my Friend who is a dealer in Arizona and on these Boards as Toneitup has a C&R Maxim 08/15 which I have always wanted, we agree on a price I get my electronic fingerprints done last week I make an Account on the ATF website go over to his house and we submit the form 4 electronically on Tuesday July 9th uploading photo, fingerprint file, and pay the tax stamp on C.C. He call me today July 11th and says it’s approved come pick up your MG08/15! Two Day approval on an eform4 . Honestly I am blown away but very happy, if the ATF starts approving like this I think the price of Class III is going up because people will be experiencing immediate Gratification especially if they figure a quick system for non dealer to non dealer transactions electronically.
    1 point
  17. Regarding it's value, it's difficult to say for sure without knowing more about the specific condition. Perhaps, some pictures could help.. However, a Jager AP80 in excellent condition would sell for anywhere between $500-$1000.
    1 point
  18. I have 2 of these (AC556K) for sale. Both are 3 position. Semi auto (1 pop per pull) 3 Round Select (3 pops per pull) Full Auto (750-850 rpm per pull, dependant upon feed method. The "Safety" is the flag in front of the trigger. So the little switch on top controls the rate of fire only. And yes, I have several suppressors from Gemtech and originally wanted to suppress one of my 4 ACs. All the literature I have read says that it's threaded the standard 1/2 x 28. I have carefully looked under magnification and do not see a pin, with all 4 having a 191 prefix on their serial does agree with everything BUT.... I have never tried more than grabbing the birdcage firmly and trying to unscrew. To no avail... So, I can only assume this one too was exactly like the other 270k (Rough estimate since Ruger never released the true quantity) with 191 prefixes (Transferrable) and threaded/unpinned barrels. Especially since these were already in the hands of the owners when the whole "pin" controversy became a mainstream topic, roughly 15 years later. Attached are pictures from the 1979 Ruger owners manual which show the barrel threads as well as the function of the Selector switch. Please note that the pin beside the forward sight goes in the sight and rest in an appropriate groove on the top of the barrel, and is no way impeding the threads on the muzzle brake. I just measured and it's about 3 3/4 inches away but only on a ranch variant (long barrel) This model does not have a forward sight mated to the barrel since it's the shorter barrel.
    1 point
  19. Here’s a picture of a solid polymer bench blocks, it helps a ton with extractor installation. Individuals who preordered will automatically receive one with each bolt purchased.
    1 point
  20. We did not make the deal but dealing with Gage was a real pleasure.
    1 point
  21. Just checked on the dreaded Bay site and there are some reprints right now., don't have to spring for expensive originals
    1 point
  22. Since this is my first official update (outside of PMs across various other forums such as UziTalk) I may include some old information so please bear with me. Early on, I had a couple weeks delay on my side getting the requited sales tax exemption documentation from the State of Oklahoma but that's all sorted now. My manufacturing partner has been paid so that part is done too; I last spoke with them on June 24th, where at that time they were waiting on scheduling to start running the parts and I'm happy with that progress. Moving Forward: Manufacturing will need to conduct what's referred to as "tooling runoff". As soon as that's dialed in, production will be in full swing which includes multiple machining operations & secondary processing (like surface treatments or heat-treatments). After that there's a quality review process and live fire testing. My target is till 16-weeks from official kickoff which puts us shipping bolts to customers early September. Aside: My plan is to personally fly out to my manufacturing partner (in Arizona) sometime in early August, but I can adjust my travel as needed. This project has been a blast, and I can't wait to start delivering bolts to preorder customers later this year. For all others, I'm still receiving questions from people about how they can order. As I've previously stated, I don't anticipate doing another production run, but I have ordered a small quantity of extra bolts to support anybody that's missed the preorder cycle. I've already started a waitlist so it's very important that anyone who's interested to please PM me their information (first come, first served). Stripped bolts will be $600 each, custom bench-blocks (for extractor installation are $25 each, and buyers will pay the actual shipping cost. I won't start officially accepting new orders (or any money) until all of our existing pre-orders are filled. Aside: If needed, extractor sets can be purchased from UziTalk member fuatos. V/R, Austin Meek (NAVGUNNER LLC)
    1 point
  23. Bump with price drop. The Shrike upper with heat sink, front and rear sights, carry handle, full auto bolt, and saw box adapter. New unfired $5200 shipped. Thanks Jeff
    1 point
  24. Yes. People are out there looking for Semi auto components. There is guys out there trying to budget build themself a semi M249 as opposed to spending the big bucks that FN charges.... I have sold M249S internals and they always sell fast. Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
    1 point
  25. The ATF has historically requested to be notified of any permanent changes to a NFA firearm so that the NFRTR can be updated. So, a permanent change of caliber or barrel length would be requested if permanent. It's not required, but it's in the best interest of the current and future owner that the paperwork reflect the configuration of the firearm listed on it. It's not that big of a deal with something like an M16 that can easily be modified to different calibers and configurations. But in the case of an AK, say for example a Polytech .223 that was converted to a Krink in 5.45 with an 8 inch barrel, those changes are considered permanent as swapping back would require hours worth of work in a well equipped shop. The M16 can change configuration in a matter of seconds in the field with few if any tools. As mentioned, if you don't want any questions to arise during the transfer it would be wise to keep the original parts for the configuration the gun was registered in if you don't plan to submit a letter notifying them if a permanent change. In the case of an M16 it would be easy enough to explain to the buyer that the original configuration was changed and that the new configuration doesn't match the paperwork. The ATF won't know the configuration has changed unless someone writes them a letter. The only time it might matter is if the paperwork is checked by law enforcement and it doesn't match the configuration. It probably still wouldn't be a problem because again, it could be easily explained and demonstrated that the configuration could be changed in seconds and the required markings still match the paperwork even if the caliber and length are different.
    1 point
  26. END RESULT... Not as sad on my first divorce...
    1 point
  27. Post samples MUST be made for one of the 3 listed reasons: 1. sale to Gov't/LE 2. Sales sample 3. sale as export So it sounds to me like your plan would run afoul of NFA regulations and Federal law. ++++++ 7.5.1 Manufacture of machineguns for sale to government agencies or as “sales samples”. Notwithstanding the prohibition in Section 922(o), qualified manufacturers may manufacture machineguns on or after May 19, 1986 for sale to Federal and State agencies or to FFLs/SOTs as “sales samples” for demonstration to prospective governmental customers.125 The weapons may be manufactured and stockpiled in contemplation of future sales, but their registration and subsequent transfer are conditioned upon and restricted to sales only to government agencies or as sales samples. See Chapter 9 for a discussion of the required documentation supporting these sales. 7.6.2 Manufacture of machineguns solely for purposes of testing. The manufacture of machineguns solely for testing or research purposes is not recognized as a legitimate exception to the ban on possession or transfer of firearms under 18 U.S.C. 922(o). As previously stated, manufacturers may only manufacture machineguns on or after May 19, 1986 and stockpile the same if they are manufactured and held for sale to Federal or State agencies, for distribution as “sales samples,” or for exportation.
    1 point
  28. Look up the regs for what a post sample is to be used for in the NFA handbook. You’ll find your answer there
    1 point
  29. Below is the reply from an email on the subject sent to nfa@atf.gov As long as the transfer paperwork is submitted prior to the FFL going out of business, it will be honored. I would file the Form 3 right before your license is active, it will take a few days to process once submitted.
    1 point
  30. What I was told years ago by ATF, back when I had an M16, is to keep an upper that matches the description on the Form 4 with the gun when you go somewhere OR you can send in an update on your Form 4. My M16 lived most of its life as a 9mm DOE clone but I always kept a 20" 223/556 upper in the bag when I went somewhere just incase. I didn't feel like dealing with form changes
    1 point
  31. 12 GA Serbu Super Shorty built on a Mossberg Maverick 88 receiver. Runs great, currently has birdhead grip mounted which is more comfortable to shoot. On a Form 4 in Arizona. WITHDRAWN
    1 point
  32. This is an excellent example of a very rare, fully transferable SAR-48 Match select fire machinegun. The SAR-48 is known for being a high-quality FN FAL clone. Built off a desirable IMBEL receiver, Springfield produced a small number of select fire versions for the civilian market prior to the 1986 cutoff. These are a faithful clone of the "right arm of the free world." This example is in excellent condition, with minor finish wear in the normal areas outside of the ejection port and the end of the muzzle, as pictured. It comes with one as new magazine and a sling, pictured. These do not come available often, and is priced at $32,250 shipped via overnight shipping. Payment is by wire transfer or bank/cashiers check only. We immediately eFile the Form 3 to transfer this to your dealer upon receipt of payment. Tax charged on sales to GA and AL, but this can be transferred by us to residents of these states. Serial number has been obscured in the pictures. More pictures are available to interested parties.
    1 point
  33. Sterling SMG manufactured on a Special Weapons Co. Tube. Firearm was built by Stan J. Andrewski. Firearm has been in Storage since 1999 and was recently test fired with approx. 400 rounds of 9MM ammo and runs flawlessly. Will E-file. $25,000.00, plus actual shipping. keystonejoe@keystonearms.com 570-491 -4867 Joe
    1 point
  34. Hi agents offering this hard to find set of Japanese Type 96 Parts. All Parts are Matching, but given it missing half I will break these Parts up. Here are Prices. Type 96 Barrel is excellent and has a very nice bore. All other parts are in good working condition. Barrel-2500.00 Buffer- 500.00 Bipod- 500.00 Lower Trigger Group- 250.00 SOLD If one desires to buy them all I will sell the entire lot for 3000.00 plus shipping. If one needs more pics let me know! Thanks Gage
    1 point
  35. I efiled form 4s for 6 previous pre-samples that are not marked restricted last week. They all came back today disapproved as dealer samples requiring an SOT. My efile inventory is updated with the correct colors and restrictions.
    1 point
  36. Very nice Russian RPD kit. Complete, numbers matching with two drums and tool kit. $2,000 shipped. Uspsmo or check. Thanks for the boards!, BP
    1 point
  37. Bump stocks are no more a machine gun then a model 37 shotgun and ATF has exceeded their authority again. "Moreover, a semiautomatic rifle with a bump stock is indistinguish- able from the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, a weapon the ATF concedes cannot fire multiple shots “automatically.” ATF responds that a shooter is less physically involved with operating a bump-stock equipped rifle than operating the Model 37. It explains that once a shooter pulls the rifle’s trigger a single time, the bump stock harnesses the firearm’s recoil energy in a continuous back-and-forth cycle that allows the shooter to attain continuous firing. But, even if one aspect of a weapon’s operation could be seen as “automatic,” that would not mean the weapon “shoots . . . automatically more than one shot . . . by a single function of the trigger.” §5845(b) (emphasis added). Pp. 14–17." Below is a link to the full published opinion: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/23pdf/22-976_e29g.pdf My guess would be that the FRT will be the next area to be explored by the court.
    1 point
  38. Yes, fill the holes and start over. The form 2 doesn't get submitted till the project is done.
    1 point
  39. If they seize anything, they’re taking possession of it. Not an issue when it’s some rubber dogshit from china. I doubt their lawyers advised them to seize anything that would be NFA or a firearm and destroy it. If in that position, I would refuse to take possession of it and possibly be liable for being in possession of contraband. That’s just me. I imagine they would turn it over to the local police and then you would have to jump through hoops to get it back. No way in hell that they will take it somewhere and have it destroyed. I call bullshit on that. I would tell their representatives spreading the destruction line that they’re full of shit. Best thing you can do is send it per the carrier’s rules, even if you have to use a dealer. A little extra cash and paperwork is going to be a lot easier than trying to get your property back from idiots who think they know what they’re doing. The worst ones will be the LE agency if they are involved.
    1 point
  40. John, I've got some business for you. Please contact me. I've emailed a couple times. Thanks
    1 point
  41. Thank you. We try to make things go smoothly as possible. Always enjoy talking gentleman like you who have a lot of knowledge of the business.
    1 point
  42. I use Black Dog Machine Drums with mine & they work great.
    1 point
  43. Oh I have three of those UU mags, they feel lighter and are painted black. The one I tried didn't function well, but that was using Remington UMC instead of Armscor ammo so I need to test again. Should probably order Prvi and call it a day. Won't be shooting the M2 much anyways, just wanted to make sure it was working properly.
    1 point
  44. These adapters have become impossible to find - overall excellent condition. This enables you to fire your Lewis gun on various mounts - Vickers , Browning , Sokolov Price is $3,200
    1 point
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