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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by GOTOGUY, Dec 21, 2014.

  1. GOTOGUY

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    I am trying to recall the name of a class 3 dealer in Edmond. Can you help?
     
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    Major Malfunction? If so, he no longer sells to the public.
     
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    Gosh darn it. Yes, that's him. Well, my question is this: if I am a P.I. would I be able to buy a GLOCK 18? If so, how much? If not, am I able to modify my GLOCK 19 to go full auto? Do you have a recommendation for a Class 3 dealer?
     
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    Short answer is no.
     
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    Others can chime in on this one but here is what I think.

    I don't think a PI qualifies as LEO(SOT), so you couldn't buy a G18 in that sense. Considering that the G18, and any components that would make a Glock full auto were manufactured after the machine gun law went into effect in 1986, there would be no legal way for you to own a full auto Glock. Is it possible to convert a Glock to full auto? I can't help you with that one, but I can advise you that there is no legal way to do it.
     
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    The long answer is also no.

    You would have to be an SOT to own a fullauto Glock. Your PI license gets you no special advantage in the NFA world.
     
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    I know, I just wanted to avoid getting into SOT's and the whole LE/MIL thing.
     

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