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Old 02-14-2011, 12:37 AM   #1
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Default model glock 22

is there a way to turns this glock to fully auto
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Old 02-14-2011, 12:41 AM   #2
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Are you serious?

The answer is "NO".

New registerable full autos have not been legally made since May 19, 1986, and CA is not a Class 3 state.


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Should I just go ahead and forward this to my ATF contact?
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In a short answer NO.

In a long answer.

You must have a Class III firearm that was built and registered before 1986. I do believe there are a few glock auto sears out there but they are few and far between and cost is a lot.

To purchase a Class III you have to have a background check and finger prints you also have to notify a local LEO (Chief of police or sheriff) in your area. You also have to pay the government $200 for a stamp to own one.

If you make a full auto now with out the proper FFL (Like RedJacket Firearms has) your are going to go to prison. Here is your butt hole before making a full auto o here is your butt hole after you make a full auto O. Please don't even think about it.

The closest you're going to get is being stupid and bump firing it like a douche bag.

So please forget about full auto for now and just shoot it like it is.
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It's illegal in Ca and illegal in general. Contact BATFE if you have questions.

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