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Old 04-27-2008, 05:14 PM   #41
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ok so why not just bump fire at least it is legal
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Good point; however someone asked a technical question to which I had information about. I am a firm believer that the more informed people are, the better they can make the decision for themselves. There are registered lightning links out there that can be had legally for less than what a full auto rifle costs, and if you actually want to use it often, it makes more sense than buying a whole machine gun, because you can replace the part that has the most wear easily.
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Bump firing or firing with full auto has gotten so expensive last few years that it makes a lot more sense to get a dedicated 22lr upper just for that purpose just to save money on ammo.
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Bump firing or firing with full auto has gotten so expensive last few years that it makes a lot more sense to get a dedicated 22lr upper just for that purpose just to save money on ammo.
the fun of things is worth the cost it is just money
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Yeah, but keeping the cost down on my toys keeps me in good graces with my wife. I have a friend who has a registered lightning link he lets me borrow on occasion, and I have to find ways to make things cheaper to stay out of the doghouse. Also, with 22 ammo, I don't have to worry as much about the rounds going somewhere I don't want them to. Everytime the paddle wears out on the link, he just fabricates a new one. The bottom is the part with the serial number, and it doesn't get hit by the bolt carrier.
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