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Anyone looking for new set of full auto. fire control parts? Set consist of what you see below.

Curved auto sear with spring, Rate reducer with spring, and one axis pin.

I will make an even trade for any Rear trunion tang that will fit a "vulcan" receiver.
I will also trade for a "G2" trigger hammer, with secured style shepard hook.
If you're looking to buy, The price is $18.00 shipping included.
Thanks....Shadow
 

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I tried to sell the same thing but with the hammer and trigger too. I got no offers for any amount anyware. I did not want them in the house so I tossed all of them. I had 5 full sets. OH well out they went
 

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I have a set, too... probably will destroy them, then chuck em.... don't want anything to do with that stuff....:nono:
 

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You may be able to sell them to a class III ffl. I bought a few sets a while back on ebay cause they were a good deal and planned on reselling them but you can't give them away. After reading the letter by the batf I promptly threw them all out. Don't need it, don't want and have no desire to spend my "golden years" in the federal pen. ak'sr4me
 

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Shadow,

I'm afraid there is not much of a market for the FA FCG.
I, like several others, have thrown away several of them.

Be careful if you do get a bite on them, it is illegal to sell them in some places like WA, and others
 

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-Fire control parts-

To be honest with you all, I'm not exactly sure if it's illegal to have F.automatic parts seperate from a build or other firearms. :dunno:
I do know that you cannot have them installed on a firearm in my state as well though.
But I don't know if any other states have the same laws, that's why I'm trying to sell or trade them. I know in georgia with a certian license you can own a fully automatic weapon. So I figured one may need them there, or like I said any other state.
Hell, this full auto group sells for $40.00 at K-var.
That's why I'd try to get something out of it. I don't need them.
You never know what the future may hold though. Laws change all the time.
So stashing them in grammas cookie jar might be an option.
But If the M.I.B show up at her door, She might be able to bake that home cooked peach cobbler and get away with it.
Just kidden! :lol:
....Shadow
 

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It is spelled out very clearly at the ATF's website.
Unless you have proof that it is being made for, and at the request of a approved Military or LEO organization, it can not be made.

Type 07 manufacturers can make dealer samples, but they can never be owned by civilians

Civilians can not own a FA built after 1986, period.


N. MACHINEGUNS -NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT (NFA)

May an unlicensed person make a machinegun?

Generally, no. But, in the event that documentation can be provided, along with the Application to Make a Machinegun, which establishes that the weapon is being made for distribution to a Federal or state agency, an individual may be permitted to make the machinegun. [18 U. S. C. 922( o)( 2), 27 CFR 179.105( e)]


May machineguns be transferred from one registered owner to another?

Yes. If the machinegun was lawfully registered and possessed before May 19, 1986, it may be transferred pursuant to an approved ATF Form 4. [18 U. S. C. 922( o)( 2)]

http://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/faq2.htm#n1
 

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I was thinking of building a shadow box and displaying them that way. If just having them could get you a stint in club fed, the batf would be delivering these kits, instead of UPS, and just take us away.
 

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7.62x39 said:
It is spelled out very clearly at the ATF's website.
Unless you have proof that it is being made for, and at the request of a approved Military or LEO organization, it can not be made.

Type 07 manufacturers can make dealer samples, but they can never be owned by civilians

Civilians can not own a FA built after 1986, period.


N. MACHINEGUNS -NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT (NFA)

May an unlicensed person make a machinegun?

Generally, no. But, in the event that documentation can be provided, along with the Application to Make a Machinegun, which establishes that the weapon is being made for distribution to a Federal or state agency, an individual may be permitted to make the machinegun. [18 U. S. C. 922( o)( 2), 27 CFR 179.105( e)]


May machineguns be transferred from one registered owner to another?

Yes. If the machinegun was lawfully registered and possessed before May 19, 1986, it may be transferred pursuant to an approved ATF Form 4. [18 U. S. C. 922( o)( 2)]

http://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/faq2.htm#n1

762,

I think that was the other thread that was discussing manufacturing a full auto without a license.


I'm curious to know if I hold on to my full-auto fcg's, and get paid a visit by big brother, will I get in trouble for just owning them?
 

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I'm no lawyer, but I doubt it. But, if you have a FA capable rcvr AND the fa FCG, than you might be asking for a date with bubba at the gray bar passion pit. Not a pretty picture.
 

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As far as I understand the law,the only part that is considered a "machine gun" is an AK receiver with three cross pin holes in it, FA parts, SA parts, or no internal parts at all. The FA parts are NOT a problem, if they were you would not get them with almost every parts kit that's out there, BATFE would not allow them to be sold across State lines.
I was, and still am considering building a plastic 1/2 receiver with the FA parts, to show how they relate to each other. Without a barrel or steel trunion, there should be no problem.
 
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