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Old 04-26-2013, 09:34 PM   #21
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No. No additional full auto firearms can be licensed by private citizens. Only those already registered by May 1986 may be transferred between private parties. Which is why a LEGAL, TRANSFERABLE M16 now sells for between $16,000 and $20,000.
Had to do an update here, I just seen a Colt A2 with a price of $32k link here:

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Old 04-26-2013, 10:36 PM   #22
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There are those bump fire stocks as a low cost alternative.
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Old 04-27-2013, 01:02 AM   #23
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There are those bump fire stocks as a low cost alternative.
Yeah, that's really the only affordable option.
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the few stories i have read about said they were problematic, fragile and rare to find. that's about the extent of my knowledge of them.
It's cheaper to just buy a transferable lower.
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Only way for you to convert your Post 86 AR15 into a full auto is to get a 07 Manufacturer License, and pay a $500 SOT. That is the only way.
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I hope this isn't a stupid question, but if I wanted to make my AR15 to full auto buy installing say for instance a Geissele Super Select-Fire (SSF®) Trigger in my lower, would this be ok if I went through all the Class 3 ATF paperwork or would this fall under manufacturing where I would need to have a class 3 dealer or manufactor perform this and so forth?
After 1986 you or any Class II manufacturer are not allowed to manufacture a new Class III Machine Gun. 10 years in Gray Bar Hotel and $100,000 fine if you do and are caught with it. Don't even think about it.
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After 1986 you or any Class II manufacturer are not allowed to manufacture a new Class III Machine Gun. 10 years in Gray Bar Hotel and $100,000 fine if you do and are caught with it. Don't even think about it.
^ Not true. A 07 FFL / Class 2 can create a post86 machine gun. Also tell me what's a Class III machine gun
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Folks, we are now repeating ourselves, and the post has served its purpose- It is unlawful for an UNLICENSED person to manufacture a new full auto firearm, and that includes conversion of a semi to full (unless you use a registered device that was ALREADY registered by May 1986).

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