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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Coltcombat, Mar 18, 2011.
Ha. New Guy Buys the Ammo!!!
I will take a case of 9mm and a case of 5.56mm.
I'd rather buy the 2 liter now...
I'm looking into a few cases of special k 9mm ammo tho...
I'd like to have a S&W 76
Here is one for sale: http://www.subguns.com/classifieds/index.cgi?db=nfafirearms&website=&language=&session_key=&search_and_display_db_button=on&results_format=long&db_id=18329&query=retrieval
1.) Maintaining a trust annually? Or just make one...set it and forget it..lol
2.) Can any gunsmith work on FULL AUTO's?
3.) Do suppressors need engraving? Or was it just receivers made after or before that certain date.
Make your trust one time, no anual upkeep but make it a revokable trust so you can make changes to it without making up a new trust everytime something happens such as a marrage, child, divorce, win the lottery. ect... By the way the trust name can never change so choose wisely.
Any gunsmith can work on MG's but not sure you want just any gunsmith to touch it. Find out if he knows what he is doing first.
Suppressors are engraved by their maker. If you make one on a Form 1 then you are responsable for getting it engraved, if you are buying it on a form 4 then it should already be engraved.
same with SBR or any other NFA item.
After having over 50 mg's over the years. I would suggest saving your pennies and getting a Ar platform.
You can buy more than 9 different calibers of upper assemblies for it, making it the most versatile.
buy a 30 cal can to handle 7.62x39 and the 223 or 5.? whatevers and a 45 cal can to handle the pistol cals.
22lr, 223, 5.45x39, 5.7, 7.62x39, 9mm, 40s&w, 45acp, 50ae, just to name some.
What kind of price tag is a FA AR lower going for??
I think a M11/9 will be the only thing i can afford for a while, just bought a house.
A full-auto AR will run you $9000 and up (more if you want a Colt).