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Old 07-08-2013, 06:44 PM   #21
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If the OP had all the required licenses he would know what the guns cost. Why respond to his post?
They should respond because like you once learned about guns I am to starting to learn about guns and when you tend to learn things you tend to have question and would like those question ansourd so you will not go out and not knowing anything making a fool of ones self
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It's a gun forum and talking about guns is what we do..
Now if he wanted to talk LeBrons headband, Tim Tebow or Aaron Hernandez, you'd have a great point!!!
That is true
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Which is true but for people like me who dosent have 10,000 laying in the bank and want to some day start off in the fully auto world it will be a good choice.
Full auto costs are not limited to the cost of the weapon alone. You'll be burning through much much more ammo. And that ain't cheap.
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Full auto costs are not limited to the cost of the weapon alone. You'll be burning through much much more ammo. And that ain't cheap.
Not to mention paperwork. Even if you can find a fully auto handgun for a couple grand, expect to pay much more than that in other fees.
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Yes I am 18 can Federal law says I can not get a handgun from a FFL dealer.I can still get one from a privet party hear in GA so I can get a handgun and 2 somewhere down the line I would like to get a fully auto handgun when I get that type of money I know how expensive it can get and 3 what ai would be doing with the handgun will be nothing but justified.
Right... use spell check.
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IF
If I had the money,
I would move to a civilized state,
and,
buy a
Thompson.
or
an MP-5
or ???
But not a full auto handgun.

And I sometimes wonder if some of these questions are from someone trying to setup some sort of sting operation???
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Right... use spell check.
Thanks for the advice I might youse that
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IF
If I had the money,
I would move to a civilized state,
and,
buy a
Thompson.
or
an MP-5
or ???
But not a full auto handgun.

And I sometimes wonder if some of these questions are from someone trying to setup some sort of sting operation???
I don't got time to set up a sting operation
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Hi I'm turning 18 and I'm trying to get a handgun any help

Hi everyone my name is Demetrius I'm 17 right now and on the 22nd I will be 18 I would like to buy a handgun I live in GA and its perfectly legal for a 18 year old to buy a hand gun from a privet...


Hi, can a 18 year olds reload their own 9mm ammo

Hi I am 18 and I was gifted a handgun. I know 18 year olds can not buy ammo and my parents are complaining how much money the ammo is costing them. I wanted to know, would I be able to buy the 9mm.



Needs to work on math skills also.
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Hi I'm turning 18 and I'm trying to get a handgun any help

Hi everyone my name is Demetrius I'm 17 right now and on the 22nd I will be 18 I would like to buy a handgun I live in GA and its perfectly legal for a 18 year old to buy a hand gun from a privet...

Hi, can a 18 year olds reload their own 9mm ammo

Hi I am 18 and I was gifted a handgun. I know 18 year olds can not buy ammo and my parents are complaining how much money the ammo is costing them. I wanted to know, would I be able to buy the 9mm.

Needs to work on math skills also.
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