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Full Auto 10/22

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Honey Badger, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. Honey Badger

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    What is involved with getting, making, buying one of these? I would prefer to make ( or have it made locally) ...... There are a ton of videos on youtube with full auto 10/22's. How do these guys acquire them? I got an itch that may have to be scratched!!!!!!! :rubhands:
     
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    This what I have found so far.

    Any SOT guys in okc? What would it cost??

    Machine guns ARE NOT illegal to own in the United States if you take the proper steps and live in a state that allows ownership of them.


    Converting your made after May 1986 10/22 to full auto is illegal for a couple of reasons:

    1. It was made after May 1986. All machine guns that are legal for civilians (us) to own must have been converted or built and put on the NFA registry before May 1986. The only people who can possess a post '86 machine guns are law enforcement agencies and dealers. The only people who can produce machine guns currently are SOT manufacturers.

    2. You must be 21 years old to possess and own a machine gun.

    3. Even if you could build one it must be registered with the ATF and you have fill out paperwork and pay for the $200 tax stamp.
     
  3. blackknight22

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    Yep, must have been made prior to May 19 1986 for you to own as an individual. The most of the full auto 10/22s were made by John Norrell and are closed bolt in operation. These guns will give you either semi or full auto fire.

    There were some registered receiver and open bolt full auto 10/22s. But alot of them have been changed to Norrell's setup due to it being so reliable.
    To use your 10/22 you would need to buy a registered sear/trigger pack with the anti bounce modified bolt. I have shot several of these and all have worked well with good mags and ammo.

    Of course the full auto 10/22s cost a few $$$$, seems like they are in the $8-$9,000 range.

    Any new manufactured 10/22 would not be transferable and would be restricted to NFA dealers with a demo letter or a LEO agency.
     
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    Transferable 10/22 trigger packs are very expensive and do not come up for sale often. Post samples require a demo letter and the money, time, premises, volume of sales and paperwork to get an FFL 07 AND pay the yearly SOT every year is just not reasonable for the majority of the people out there.

    Unles you have tens of thousands of disposable dollars........If you are wanting to get into a machine gun you really need to look into a MAC or UZI with a 22 conversion kit. Even then you re still looking at 3K at a minimum
     
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    WOW..... My hopes are slowly being crushed. I had no idea it would cost that much. DARN!

    I guess no :fullauto: for me.
     
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    And that's just for the trigger pack & bolt.
    You'd still have to supply the rifle to put it into.
     
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    And the brick of ammo!
     
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    "The" brick?
    I see myself going thru many, many bricks.
     

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