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Old 10-12-2011, 06:33 PM   #11
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If you want a full auto Glock then just go through all the proper channels and try to get a G18
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If you want a full auto Glock then just go through all the proper channels and try to get a G18
Ah, darn, MrWray I was gonna say that! Or something like join the Marines, if you want to be issued a full auto firearm.
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Old 10-12-2011, 08:55 PM   #13
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Ah, darn, MrWray I was gonna say that! Or something like join the Marines, if you want to be issued a full auto firearm.
Great minds think alike...:-)
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What's needed to convert a g34 to full auto if possible
I think somebody dumb enough to engage in a conspiracy to commit a federal offense by posting information about manufcturing a machine gun/full auto weapon.
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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."
+1 It's not too tough to make one that will go full auto and empty the magazine into the celing, but making it work correctly is a lot tougher.
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He must be part of eric holder failed operation and doesn't know that yet
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Interesting parallel story: Last month at the LGS there was a broken Walther P38 (post WWII) for $250 "as is". Looking it over, the major components looked good but the safety didn't function properly and the hammer would drop when the slide was cycled. Actually I'm surprised they would sell a gun in this condition but otherwise it was a nice example from Feb 1962 so I bought it.

I tested it with one round in the magazine and sure enough the hammer dropped upon recoil. I tried two in the mag and it doubled. Fortunately it was an easy and cheap fix and now it functions properly. This also happened to me years ago with a 45ACP and I guarantee it was no fun having it burp out seven rounds in two seconds. Anyway, there are a lot of malfunctioning guns out there but it's no fun to have something like that. Even if it were legal to own, it's a situation you do want to fix immediately.
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Actually, the CHEAPEST and MOST LEGAL way to have a firearm that fires at a high cyclic rate...


Is to develop a Select-Fire Finger ala J. Miculek
God knows the lessons I've learned so far sped up my rate of fire and increased my target acquisition & target hit rates...

I ain't this quick yet...but I'm sure practicing for it



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Wasn't there a big dust up about jackass questions like this not too long ago? OP, get a frickin clue
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Wasn't there a big dust up about jackass questions like this not too long ago? OP, get a frickin clue
Hey don't worry about it. If big brother is watching, it just makes the rest of us look good hanging this out to dry.
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