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Old 02-26-2013, 03:57 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Jpyle

That he was possession of a full auto rifle. A malfunctioning semi-auto is a machine gun per BATFE regulations and a brand new machine gun gets you 10 years in the pokey.
I'd just tell him I have a Class 3 and to **** off!

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Old 02-26-2013, 03:59 AM   #12
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I'd just tell him I have a Class 3 and to **** off!

There was never a FA receiver made of polymer. Besides, at this point in time any civilian owned FA rifle is over 30 years old...not brand spanking out of the box new.
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Ill double check everything inside just incase but I'm almost positive that everything was put in correctly. I did do a trigger job on it, could it be from that?
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What "Trigger job" did you do on it? Did you make changes to the sear engagement surfaces? If so, that could absolutely be the problem. Re install the NFA lpk back in the rifle, function check it and shoot it. If everything works then you did something wrong in your trigger work.

I did a "15 min. trigger job" on my AR when I built it 3 years ago. Would I try that today on a new build? Hell no!

As hard as LPKs are to come by these days, I wouldn't advise doing a homegrown trigger job to anyone. Bubba gunsmithing is not something we ,as a community, can enjoy right now as a result of the shortage of parts to fix an OOPS.

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