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Old 02-12-2012, 05:05 PM   #21
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you could always get one of these....http://youtu.be/B4ZSfLsIm_w

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actually i have tried and been approved, but due to the current sheriff in office that we have to get approval through won't allow citizens in his county to own fully auto weapons or silencers. maybe next november when the elections are held, we can get a more firearm friendly sheriff. but for now, it's not going to happen, no matter how much money or who's approval i get. so the answer is no i don't, just been down this road before with this.
Do a revokable trust, and leave the LEO out of the mix.
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thanks for the input guys i learned alot.
also at the time i just thought i could get a tax stamp for a new gun and make full auto.
well, any good semi-auto suggestions for under 1k? still not .22plz

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semi-auto for plinking/varmint under a grand?

there are a PILE of them.

Probably a AR is at the top of the list---and for
$1000 you can buy/build one set up pretty much
any way you want.

SKS
AK
CMP Garand

All well under $1000

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you could always get one of these....http://youtu.be/B4ZSfLsIm_w
Then have someone kick you in the cock and balls for wasting money.
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Then have someone kick you in the cock and balls for wasting money.
I don't get it. What's the point?
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I don't get it. What's the point?
My thoughts exactly.

The OP is wanting a F/A firearm. The slide fire is in no way a replacement for F/A. Suggesting an over priced gimmick is wrong. Plus I feel the slide fire makes gun owners look bad.
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My thoughts exactly.

The OP is wanting a F/A firearm. The slide fire is in no way a replacement for F/A. Suggesting an over priced gimmick is wrong. Plus I feel the slide fire makes gun owners look bad.
I've never seen anything like that before. Frankly, looks kind of silly.
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I've never seen anything like that before. Frankly, looks kind of silly.
Preaching to the choir

Impossible to keep proper sight alignment, etc...

Sorry, hijack over.
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it is a waste of money,but is a hell of alot closer to 1000bucks ''legal'' full auto then buying NFA firearm/s. they are fun,but cost more to feed then buying them

anything that shoots a projectile gives gun owners a bad name

to the op..purchase a semi-ar,ak,aug,ect...learn to shoot,clean,fix it well & when your government comes to take your gun's.

you can laugh & tell yourself (atleast im not out of 10k or more per gun)

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