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Old 10-12-2011, 11:22 AM   #1
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What's needed to convert a g34 to full auto if possible

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Old 10-12-2011, 02:29 PM   #2
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Money, time, get outta jail free card?

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Ahh, we get this question all too often don't we?

OP, just stop. What your talking about is highly illegal, and no one here is going to help you.

If you had all the permits, certificates, regulations and all that other jazz to make and alter firearms to that extent, you probably wouldn't be asking us.
Chances are, you would already have the resources on hand anyway.

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answered. no need for me to

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Just so there is no misunderstanding- MAKING a full auto firearm (that includes converting a semi to full) is ILLEGAL without special permits and licenses issued by the Federal govt, and they are NOT issued for transfer of such a gun to a private citizen. Penalty of 10 yrs and $250,000 fine.

As such, we do not instruct in how to perform illegal acts. It is more difficult to convert MOST semi's to RELIABLE full auto that you might think- it is NOT a matter of "Sure, just file 1/32nd of an inch off the left side of the widget strut holder base."

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Several options:

A significant mechanical failure.

A strong wish for a cellmate named Bubba.

Any number of state, local & federal licenses.

An unreasonable hatred of G 34s.

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I work in prison. The food is terrible, the "companionship" sub par, and the accommodations somewhat lacking in amenities. But if you insist, we do have vacancies.

Get the hint yet?

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I work in prison. The food is terrible, the "companionship" sub par, and the accommodations somewhat lacking in amenities. But if you insist, we do have vacancies.

Get the hint yet?
You forgot no soap on a rope.
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Default Full Auto Weapons

Full Auto is the playground of the financially well off and perhaps wealthy who
are on the scene at the various machinegun shoots here and there.

They have done the paperwoork with the BATFE which is time consuming and costs $200 for a tax stamp before they can legally purchase a machinegun.
Then a decent weapon in good condition costs literally thousands of dollars to purchase. Once past that stage only the high cost of ammunition bars having a good time at a shoot,

There are places where a person may rent, buy the ammo and fire a machinegun and they likely can be found by googleing them up on the net.
But tinkering with your AR, Ak, SKS, or whatever even that there is a possibility of making it fire full automatic is flirting with being sent to prison, convicted as a felon and never being legally to own a firearm.. Besides there are few places that such a weapon could be fired without alarming someone and causing you to be arrested..It isn't worth your time !

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