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Discussion in 'NFA/Class 3 & FFL Discussion' started by purehavoc, Jan 11, 2014.
Its been right at 10 months but I finally took possession yesterday when my stamp arrived .
Very Nice! As Dad always said! Anything worth having is worth waiting for!
Okay. Now tell me what it is. It is purdy.
Winds this is a early Special Weapons receiver with mostly H&K parts , basically a identical gun of a H&K MP5KPDW , 9mm , 30 rd mags zero recoil and lots of fun. While my dealer had possession I got to shoot it at his place a few times . I have shot around 450 + rds through it without a hiccup . She fold up nice and compact . Folded its about 15" long
What'd it run you if you don't mind?
And winds, if you didn't notice....
there are three positions on that safety.
Thats sharp, bet its a riot to fire! Bullets get expensive though! Enjoy for sure!!!
Unless that thing isnt a thing at all, just a right...
10 months to receive rights seems harsh considering I earned the right to carry and fire an automatic weapon 2 weeks after I joined the Army!
"As Dad always said! Any right worth having is worth fighting for"!
Trips your right . 3 position however both fire positions are semi. Until I get moved to a FA friendly state and can legally own the registered trigger pack it won't be as fun. Everything in the gun is ready minus the trigger pack to make it giggle switch compatable. And you know where I'm wanting to move to
that is pretty cool Havoc!
i have no personal desire to own a FA firearm, but will support your right to own one if you desire 1000% each and every day. i hope you are able to move and enjoy it to it's full potential one day.
I have $1100 in the gun which came with several mags and $200 in the stamp .
I dont think you can even buy a unassembled kit for less than $1500+ now a days and my understanding is it takes some serious skills to make these kits run right
If I could own and afford a FA, I'd have one. It would probably be a safe queen but I'd be happy just knowing it was in my safe.
even if i could afford a FA firearm, i doubt i could afford to feed it after i had it!
i have shot a few in the past, and they were a blast to shoot. i would jump at any opportunity to shoot one as well. i just don't have any desire to own one personally. but i full support the rights of anyone who wishes to own one.
and i don't think they should have to have a $200 tax to own either.
I had the opportunity to shoot a full auto Tommy gun. The thrill of a lifetime I hope I could repeat someday. It was waaaaaay fun!!!!! But we went through the .45 ACP like crazy.
I am sure it was worth the wait
i shot a MAC 10 and an Uzi. both ate ammo like a muscle car drinking gas!
Nice gun havoc. Congrats.
The very first rifle I ever shot was an Uzi. But it was not full auto. But accurate as hell. I was hitting those steel targets more often than not. That's the rifle that hooked me on shooting.
Would you pretty please give me a bit of a full range report, and if you can, find out what exact make?
I've been kicking around the idea of a 16" barreled UZI carbine in 9MM for years, but just never could make up my mind.
If you ever get the opportunity to get to Vegas . Go to Battlefield Vegas and shoot some FA stuff . My package with ammo was around $159 . I shot a FA Uzi , FA AK 47 , FA. MP5K and a FA AR15 . They have over 250 different weapons on hand and you can even shoot a mini gun if you dig deep enough in your wallet
I was able to shoot real MP5's when I worked for a PD years ago. It was hard to fire 3 rounds or less when I pulled the trigger. It was more fun than one should have. Back then, it was cheaper to buy 9mm than reload it.
I am 7 months into my wait for a stamp to take possession of my last suppressor (I swear!). It would have the stamp by now if I would have waited 3 months and e-filed!