I didn't know where to put this so its here, if this is wrong please move it. Alright, check this out "A machine gun is defined as any firearm that is capable of shooting more than two (2) shots automatically without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger. It is unlawful for any person to intentionally or knowingly manufacture, transport, possess, sell or repair a machine gun." That is how Tennessee defines a "machine gun", does this mean that if you were to modify a rifle to shoot 2 rounds with one pull of the trigger it would still be legal? As a sidenote, I have no intention of actually doing this and it is purely speculative and out of curiosity, so feel free to speculate with me. Edit: The key part of that definition is where is says "...more than two (2) shots automatically..."