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M11/9 or Reising m50

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Shrimpsauce, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. Shrimpsauce

    Shrimpsauce Marksman

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    going to be buying my first transferable pretty quick and cannot decide between a m11/9 or Reising, the m11 is appealing because the lage uppers but there's something sexy about a reising to me as well. Any input is appreciated
     
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  2. CAR-AR-M16

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    Parts, accesories and magazine availability would make the M11/9 far more desirable. I had an M11/9 with Lage upper. It was a fun little gun.

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  3. Fyrtwuck

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    Yes, do some research before you buy. Most of the transferable full autos have limited availability for parts and magazines. Both of the choices you listed are no longer made, so having a source for parts and mags is a must. If and when you do find parts, prepare to pay dearly.
     
  4. skyhawk1

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    There are plenty of parts available for the M11. My FFL has mine...waiting on tax stamp!! The Reising not so much and they have a bad record for jamming etc if they get dirty.
    I also got a 22 LR upper for my M11, have it in hand now. Have had a lot of people tell me they have had trouble with those but we will see hopefully soon. I really wanted 1928 A1 but just couldn't budget it. You might also look at Stemple guns http://www.brpguns.com/
     
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    Having shot both, I vote slow fire converted M11. Much more versatile and much less costly to feed! :)
     
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    The Cobray M11/9 was mass produced in 1985/ 86 for public consumption so it gets my vote. M11 main problems are factory zytel mags because they tend to split quickly and the OEM buffers. Since I haven't owned any WW autos, the Reising's only look cool to me.
     
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    Anyone know where a m11/9 is?
     
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    Mine is still at my FFL waiting on tax stamps (also bought another suppressor to go with it!)
     
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  10. Shrimpsauce

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    I mean in state and like anyone else trying to not pay top market value lol
     

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