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Old 02-05-2012, 06:57 PM   #21
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10 years and $250,000 fine.

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10 years and $250,000 fine.
Unless you are a dope smoking rapper.
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[QUOTE=m72law;700162]cant one own any type of full auto;(pre or post 86') if they are a classIII dealer & give up thier license?[/QUOTE

The ACR did not come along til well after 86. Any and all select fire ACR's were made after the 86 cut off of the MG registry. NONE are legally transferrable, period. If you were to get your Class III dealers license and obtain a dealer sample select fire ACR, You must maintain the Class III license to keep the weapon. Post 86 samples cannot stay in your possession after your license lapses.

[QUOTE=mjkeat;700295]You must have missed the waives of civilian ACRs that went F/A on their owners.

To me there is a huge difference between "select fire" and "going full auto" One is predictable and expensive. The other is unpredictable and more costly than you would believe.
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So I looked up that. 300 blackout, and i gotta say. That's a sexy som b****!! And i really just looking for something to throw a silencer on and plink away at things, so I gotta say I'm gunna do some more digging on that round and see if i can find a good short barrel build for it. Thanks for all the info guys! Its been a lot of help!

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[quote=robocop10mm;700813][QUOTE=m72law;700162]cant one own any type of full auto;(pre or post 86') if they are a classIII dealer & give up thier license?[/QUOTE

The ACR did not come along til well after 86. Any and all select fire ACR's were made after the 86 cut off of the MG registry. NONE are legally transferrable, period. If you were to get your Class III dealers license and obtain a dealer sample select fire ACR, You must maintain the Class III license to keep the weapon. Post 86 samples cannot stay in your possession after your license lapses.

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To me there is a huge difference between "select fire" and "going full auto" One is predictable and expensive. The other is unpredictable and more costly than you would believe.
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I notice the Grendal can be used to shoot small 2" balls at 600 yards. What scope do you use for shooting these targets? It seems even a 1/4 minute Lee dot would cover the 2" ball at 600 yds.??

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Glad you liked the .300 blackout it's definitely a pretty awesome round.
Check this video out..

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Glad you liked the .300 blackout it's definitely a pretty awesome round.
Check this video out..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn3KCSm3ui4&feature=youtube_gdata_player
It would be nice but I don't think they will ever mass produce the HB. You know the Honey Badger just don't give a ****.
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Yeah wish i could get one of those, but I can dream cant I?
Recently been looking at the .458 socom. I know I can get one of those around here.

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Gotta say, that video of the Honey Badger is pretty good lol i was looking at a 9 inch barrel length on one and i am pretty sure that with hand loads I can flatten the primers out and still maintain some good muzzle velocity.

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