Full Auto Ak47 Ammo

Discussion in 'AK & SKS Discussion' started by ak47master, Apr 20, 2008.

  1. ak47master

    ak47master New Member

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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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  2. Righteous

    Righteous New Member

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    I refuse to answer on this .....however.......I am going to laugh if your seious about this? LOL
     
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  3. gnoll

    gnoll New Member

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    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:
     
  4. Tom the roofer

    Tom the roofer New Member

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    Full auto's are against the law. Get rid of it. Don't PM me about this subject again. :mad:
    Thanks
     
  5. gnoll

    gnoll New Member

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    full autos are not illegal you just have to get them the right way
     
  6. Tom the roofer

    Tom the roofer New Member

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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.
     
  7. Righteous

    Righteous New Member

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    maybe he thinks your roofing in bad neighborhoods LOL
     
  8. Tom the roofer

    Tom the roofer New Member

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    Even my nail guns are semi automatic. :D
     
  9. Righteous

    Righteous New Member

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    hmmmmmmmm I wonder if you can bump fire a nail gun?
     
  10. BillM

    BillM Active Member Supporter

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    Yes. Some of them anyway.
     
  11. bkt

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    Ooooh! Now THERE'S something to try after work. :D
     
  12. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Okay, that made me chuckle out loud....
     
  13. gnoll

    gnoll New Member

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    sorry i missed he was PMing you the last time
    and i do agree his story is a little weak
     
  14. Righteous

    Righteous New Member

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    while we at it I need some single shot ammo if you know where i can find some lol
     
  15. ak47master

    ak47master New Member

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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
     
  16. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    Maybe the problem is with the rifle, not the ammo you have been trying to use.

    What kind of ammo have you tried?
     
  17. dragunovsks

    dragunovsks New Member

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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).
     
  18. ranger_sxt

    ranger_sxt New Member

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    There is no Class III license. There is a $200.00 tax stamp for each individual item that is subject to the NFA.
     
  19. KingTiger

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    Wish I had the $15K for a FA AK-47, guess I'll have to be happy with my M11/9. :rolleyes:
     
  20. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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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.