Originally Posted by canebrake
Let me be a little clearer, my members will not give you information to this process.
I just checked with all 15,699 of them and not one knows how to make the conversion.
#1. Do you have this concept that I don't understand that it is illegal to do the conversion oneself? I know fully well of that, and that wasn't what my reference or point was at all.
#2. I don't expect them to, nor do I. I said and quote "ATF to make the conversion by using their registration, gun-smithing, and requirements".
I asked a simple and completely legitimate question of if there was a process that the ATF uses for pre-ban semi-auto's to be converted or if it was only pre-ban original full-auto's available. There is nothing illegal about that question.
I spent about an hour on ATF's website searching for information regarding this topic to try to get some insight and found very little regarding the subject I am looking for. Seeing as how this is a "Firearm" forum and a "Class 3" Category area of the forum; I did not think that there would be any harm in seeing if anyone on a "Firearm" forum had an insight on the subject.
But please do show me where I asked anyone on this forum to explain the process to me of how to convert a semi-auto rifle to a full auto? My only question was: If that anyone knew if the ATF uses a process of pre-ban semi-auto's to convert them as well, or if the original batch of full-auto's were the only one's available? NOT
that I or anyone with my company, would attempt to convert one.
Now, I may have mis-interpreted your attitude/tone/tact in your statements, but from your replies it seems more like you're more interested in treating me like an uneducated child trying to play with grown-up toys and reaming me than actually reading my statements and providing helpful information. Other than "to hire an Attorney" which in end, will cost God only knows how much, taking pointless time to acquire an answer that I figured someone just might happen to know here on this forum.
But, I can't thank you enough for how much help and insight you've brought to my question.