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dboy007 07-08-2013 06:33 AM

What is the cheapest full auto handgun you can buy?
 
I would like to buy one

JW357 07-08-2013 06:37 AM

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Originally Posted by dboy007
I would like to buy one

Do you have the necessary paperwork and licenses? If not, be prepared for a long wait and a lot of money shilled out.

sbeezy 07-08-2013 07:07 AM

If only it were that easy to just buy one. They're not even legal in all states, such as mine. There are no avenues to legally obtain full auto weapons in Washington, unless you manufacture them for other people in other states. Plus they cost thousands to tens of thousands of dollars.

sputnik1988 07-08-2013 07:25 AM

A few years ago you cold get a Mac10 for about 3K, probably about 5 now....

Not worth it IMO... You got a fever for some rapid fire goodness, look at the bump fire stocks for AR and AK variant rifles, a lot cheaper and no hoops to jump through.

robocop10mm 07-08-2013 12:14 PM

Mac-10 is a SubMachine Gun (SMG) as it has a retractable shoulder stock. The two most produced full auto handguns or machine pistols would be the Glock 18 and the Beretta 93R.

You should expect to spend at least $10,000 on either.

danf_fl 07-08-2013 12:45 PM

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Originally Posted by robocop10mm (Post 1298334)
Mac-10 is a SubMachine Gun (SMG) as it has a retractable shoulder stock. The two most produced full auto handguns or machine pistols would be the Glock 18 and the Beretta 93R.

You should expect to spend at least $10,000 on either.

And that is IF they are on the registry. If I recall from other posts, you are around 18 years old. 21 is minimum age for a handgun.

I'm curious. What would you plan on doing with such an expensive piece of equipment anyways?

Now, if you are talking about a semi-auto, well, the minimum age to purchase is still 21.

ScottA 07-08-2013 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by danf_fl (Post 1298340)
I'm curious. What would you plan on doing with such an expensive piece of equipment anyways?

I'm guessing because every kid with a remote interest in guns always wonders "What if..."

Or he's a stark raving lunatic and needs to be put down pronto.

I'll go with the first option for now.

308Wins 07-08-2013 01:25 PM

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Originally Posted by danf_fl

And that is IF they are on the registry. If I recall from other posts, you are around 18 years old. 21 is minimum age for a handgun.

I'm curious. What would you plan on doing with such an expensive piece of equipment anyways?

Now, if you are talking about a semi-auto, well, the minimum age to purchase is still 21.

Let's be fair, if I won the lottery, I'd buy the $#!t out of an M4A1... Fun button, Baby!

danf_fl 07-08-2013 01:28 PM

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Originally Posted by 308Wins (Post 1298358)
Let's be fair, if I won the lottery, I'd buy the $#!t out of an M4A1... Fun button, Baby!

I would take up on the offer I have received for 15,000 AK-47s for $115 a piece. I would even buy another shed for storage!.

danf_fl 07-08-2013 01:41 PM

If cost is a determining factor (What is the cheapest full auto handgun you can buy?), then why consider going full auto at all?

If one wants to play the game of full-auto, I sure would not want "cheap" if burning that much ammo.


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