Originally Posted by jjfuller1
no. some states aloow them. you have to go through lots of hoops to get the right licenses and permits. the real problem is how to afford them. most full auto guns cost as much as a car. some as much as a house.... and talk about ammo usage. hehehehe
I see. I'm not really interested in one, but am curious. I could see wanting to be able to switch between say 1 and 3 shot bursts, but full auto - not sure I'd wanna mess with that.
I suppose it's the same thing as a silencer. Some states may allow them but the hoops might be a serious impediment.
Does the type of full-auto weapons allowed vary from state to state?