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Hey I own a full auto ak47, and I cant fnd the right ammo for it. Most ammo i have tried, the primors on them are not sencitive enough for full auto capability. Please help me. What kind of ammo works?
 

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Hey I own a full auto ak47, and I cant fnd the right ammo for it. Most ammo i have tried, the primors on them are not sencitive enough for full aouo capability. Please help me. What kind of ammo works?
I refuse to answer on this .....however.......I am going to laugh if your seious about this? LOL
 

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Hey I own a full auto ak47, and I cant fnd the right ammo for it. Most ammo i have tried, the primors on them are not sencitive enough for full auto capability. Please help me. What kind of ammo works?
ok well ill bite
maby you have a worn firing pin
look in to that b4 you think about ammo
i have a semi and i can dump 75rnds in 15 sec with any ammo:eek:
 

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full autos are not illegal you just have to get them the right way
I'm aware of that. You need a class 3 license. If this guy doesn't know what type of ammo he needs for a full auto I doubt if has a class 3 license. That would be illegal. Besides, I don't know why he would be PMing a roofing contractor on this subject. Hell I don't know. I only have semi's.
 

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I'm aware of that. You need a class 3 license. If this guy doesn't know what type of ammo he needs for a full auto I doubt if has a class 3 license. That would be illegal. Besides, I don't know why he would be PMing a roofing contractor on this subject. Hell I don't know. I only have semi's.
sorry i missed he was PMing you the last time
and i do agree his story is a little weak
 

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I have just recently got the class 3 so i dont want to hear all this crap about it being illegal ok so screw u alll
 

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Hey I own a full auto ak47, and I cant fnd the right ammo for it. Most ammo i have tried, the primors on them are not sencitive enough for full auto capability. Please help me. What kind of ammo works?
Maybe the problem is with the rifle, not the ammo you have been trying to use.

What kind of ammo have you tried?
 

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Yes, you can bump fire a nail gun, at least the big paslode air guns (if they have the orange trigger).
 

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I'm aware of that. You need a class 3 license. If this guy doesn't know what type of ammo he needs for a full auto I doubt if has a class 3 license. That would be illegal. Besides, I don't know why he would be PMing a roofing contractor on this subject. Hell I don't know. I only have semi's.
There is no Class III license. There is a $200.00 tax stamp for each individual item that is subject to the NFA.
 

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This is a common sematical misunderstanding. A Class III FFL is for a DEALER in NFA weapons, Machine Guns. You do not need a Class III FFL to OWN a MG. You only need a Class III to Sell MG's. For an individual to legally purchase MG's or other NFA weapons, you must first apply with the BATF por permission and pay a transfer tax. When the transfer is approved, you get to buy the gun. You will have a receipt in the form of a 8 1/2 X 11 sheet of paper with all the identifying information on the buyer (you) and the gun as well as an adhesive stamp shoing the tax has been paid. This is NOT a Class III license. It is a receipt showing you paid the transfer tax on ONE NFA firearm. It is a one time tax with no ongoing payments needed. A Class III FFL must be renewed and further fees paid on an annual basis.

Many people mistakenly refer to MG's as Class III firearms. They are NFA firearms. A Class III license is required to carry on business in the buying and selling of such firearms. A Class III license holder does not pay the transfer tax for the guns he/she buys and sells as a part of the business. Only the end user (buyer) pays a transfer tax.
 
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