22. lr semi auto....

Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by Skytteren, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Skytteren

    Skytteren New Member

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    Hi everyone...
    I'm a toolmaker from Norway... :)
    And I am on the lookout for some drawings/CAD models of a 22 cal semi auto...
    I have been planning to build one for some time now, but...
    Nothing to build from!! :(

    I am mainly interested in something like a Mk2/3 or similar....

    That said, the only thing that matters, is the 22 cal and semi auto requirement... lol

    That is because I have no interest in a single shot, and that I have plenty of 22 cal barrels to use... :)

    So, is there anyone that can help me???
     
  2. Missileman

    Missileman New Member

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    A caution--the transfer of technology (drawings, specs, etc) out of the US can be a violation of the Dept of State ITAR laws and result in fines and jail time...
     

  3. Skytteren

    Skytteren New Member

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    Would that really apply to something as old as those designs?
     
  4. Missileman

    Missileman New Member

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    I honestly don't know--it depends if it is company proprietary or if it falls under ITAR (International Trafficing in Arms Regulation)--in my job I deal with ITAR a lot and it is broad and subject to the interpretation of the federal government (US State Department) so I just wanted to throw out that caution. Good luck to you.
     
  5. Skytteren

    Skytteren New Member

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    What about guns from other countries? Italy, Belgium Germany etc?
    For instance a Beretta, FN, SIG etc? Would those come under ITAR? Seeing as the country of origin is not the USA...

    Just curious... :)
     
  6. superc

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    Since Ruger is still in business, I doubt they have released any CAD drawings so that aspect is moot. I would however suggest hunting for CADs for Browning's similar early .22 designs. Especially those produced at FN or other pre-WW2 factories.