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Nox ­ Noctis
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Dec 14, 2012 22:38 |  #1561

Thank you Rick




  
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Dec 15, 2012 01:37 |  #1562

Its been a while since I posted here sooo...

HK 51 or 53? I don't remember and don't know my HK's very well. Its a 7.62x51 (.308 Winchester)

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Dec 15, 2012 10:03 |  #1563

I thought fully auto weapons were illegal in the US. Where did you find a fully auto Beretta 9mm?


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Dec 15, 2012 10:43 |  #1564

CameraMan wrote in post #15369742 (external link)
I thought fully auto weapons were illegal in the US. Where did you find a fully auto Beretta 9mm?

They're legal, I have a neighbor who sells them. He said you have to get some kind of tax stamp ($200?) and then it's ok.




  
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Dec 15, 2012 10:54 |  #1565

^^ in VA, you have to apply for a Class III permit, pay the ATF $200, and a signed document from the local sheriff. :)


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Dec 15, 2012 10:58 |  #1566

it is the same here in WV, if you have a class III permit, to have full auto and silencers attached to the weapons,




  
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Dec 15, 2012 12:04 |  #1567

Fully automatic weapons are legal in the US, but HIGHLY regulated. No private citizen may own a fully automatic firearm that was made after 1986. This makes legally transferable ones rare and expensive, not to mention the paperwork and taxes/fees that go with them (and the cost of all that ammo you blow through...lol). Ones produced after 1986 can only be legally owned by the government, military, police and class III dealers. But those dealers can bring theirs out to shoot and let others shoot them, that's how I got to shoot a G18 :)

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Dec 15, 2012 12:16 |  #1568

Sean, how fast will it empty the magazine?




  
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Dec 15, 2012 12:59 |  #1569

CameraMan wrote in post #15369742 (external link)
I thought fully auto weapons were illegal in the US. Where did you find a fully auto Beretta 9mm?

Perfectly legal. You just have to go through the process to own one.


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Dec 15, 2012 13:53 |  #1570

CameraMan wrote in post #15369742 (external link)
I thought fully auto weapons were illegal in the US. Where did you find a fully auto Beretta 9mm?

If you have the money and the time, they are perfectly legal; well in certain states anyway. Generally certain classes of dealers can have them, or you can apply for a federal tax stamp. You go through a background check and pay a fee. This also includes silencers and short barreled weapons.

I am actually photographing an expansive firearms collection for a friend. His father passed away in October leaving hundreds of thousands of dollars in guns. The more exotic ones include several mp5s, Uzis, Macs, a belt feed H&K and some awesome long range Sakos.


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Dec 15, 2012 15:15 |  #1571

Sound moderators are very easy to get put on your certificate over here, Health and Safety regulations (relating to deafness) trump the firearms regulations. :-)


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Dec 15, 2012 15:51 |  #1572

neil_r wrote in post #15370668 (external link)
Sound moderators are very easy to get put on your certificate over here, Health and Safety regulations (relating to deafness) trump the firearms regulations. :-)

Yes, many of us wish it were the same here. Ironic isn't it?


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Dec 15, 2012 17:11 as a reply to  @ spyderpig's post |  #1573

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Dec 15, 2012 18:02 |  #1574

spyderpig wrote in post #15370753 (external link)
Yes, many of us wish it were the same here. Ironic isn't it?

there are several groups working on getting supressors off of the NFA list in the US because they are safety devices when it comes to your hearing. I don't know if they will ever get anywhere with it, but I'd love to see them off the list. Would make them much more appealing id I didn't have to pay uncle sam $200 and wait 6 months everytime I wanted one


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Dec 15, 2012 18:03 |  #1575

rick_reno wrote in post #15370142 (external link)
Sean, how fast will it empty the magazine?

We were using 30 round mags and it would only take a couple of seconds if you stayed on teh trigger....but what a fun couple of seconds it is :D


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