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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by Jo da Plumbr, Feb 10, 2010.
Jo wants one.
Wow! Pretty cool.
It's an American Arms 180. It holds 177 rounds of .22LR in the drum magazine and was originally designed/marketed towards prison guard tower guns. They were made in selective fire and semi-auto only versions.
Of course I can't have one here in Mexifornia, but still awsome.
Mikey likes it and when he wins the lotto he is going to buy one.
Don't convert you guns to auto. Don't attack forum members for their opinions legal or otherwise.
Those are nice, but exceptionally hard to find in semi-auto or full-auto, due to age & the fact that most prisons STILL ain't gonna give 'em up...but every once in awhile you'll see one on an auction site.
Here's one for $6500
One for $9999
The full-auto ones require the Tax Stamp & all that loverly ATF paperwork.
Yugoslavia used the American 180, renamed as the MGV-176, as a military weapon. MFR'd by Gorenje from Velenje until 1979. Production continued in Slovenia where it is apparently still manufactured by Orbis.
Currently available from Ohio Ordinance Works.
with silencer, wire stock folded
Whole magazine dump would only cost you maybe $5? So cool! Must have once I save up enough money....