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czwicky 03-21-2012 04:24 PM

Full auto ar
 
Could a standard ar-15 be made to fire fully auto if the nessacery parts (trigger, bcg, selector, etc.) were replaced with standard full auto m-16 parts?

frank_1947 03-21-2012 04:30 PM

yes , you are talking big bucks, probably cheaper to buy m-16

take a look at the slde fire http://shop.topgunss.com/Slide-Fire-Stocks_c31.htm

Jpyle 03-21-2012 04:32 PM

No, several reasons. First off it would be illegal, no manufacturing of a machine gun is permitted except under a special Federal license and then only for Military and Law Enforcement. Secondly, an AR receiver cannot accept the full auto parts, some of which are illegal to own, without extensive modification...see above.
Penalty for manufacturing a full auto AR is upto 10 years and $250,000. If you want one, get the proper stamps and buy one...they go for about $15,000

czwicky 03-21-2012 04:36 PM

Ive seen bump stocks before but i think their ugly and they take some getting used to

fsted2a 03-21-2012 06:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by czwicky (Post 747237)
could a standard ar-15 be made to fire fully auto if the nessacery parts (trigger, bcg, selector, etc.) were replaced with standard full auto m-16 parts?

no!! No!! Don't do it under any circumstance!!! You are looking at being big bubba's little b*tch for 10 years if you get caught!!!!!!!!!

mjkeat 03-21-2012 06:30 PM

No and please don't get a Slide Fire. Sounds like an accident waiting to happen.

czwicky 03-21-2012 06:41 PM

I wasnt planning on doing it guys i dont have 250k to pay a fine lol. I was just curious. And i wouldnt ruin my ar with a bump stock. Maybe my cheap wasr ak but not my lwrc. Hell no

scott_gen 03-21-2012 07:00 PM

Some birdies told me a while ago that it's as simple as filing/sanding specific pieces to change one to full auto. How true that is, I'll never know, I don't have 10 years to blow in a 6x6.

Snakedriver 03-21-2012 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scott_gen (Post 747349)
Some birdies told me a while ago that it's as simple as filing/sanding specific pieces to change one to full auto. How true that is, I'll never know, I don't have 10 years to blow in a 6x6.

Some guns yes, An AR nope!

MichaelBarton 03-21-2012 08:57 PM

just buy an M16.


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