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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-23-2012, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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Full- auto AR-15

Does anybody know what permits it takes to legally make a full-auto ar-15? About how much money will it cost, for permits and parts?
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Re: Full- auto AR-15

You'll have to get a pre-ban M16 or pre-ban parts that were registered prior to 1986. The cost of the tax stamp (permit) will be a drop in the bucket compared to the $10,000 to $20,000 the rifle/parts will cost you.
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Re: Full- auto AR-15

The cost of the stamp is I believe $200. Thats per gun. Want a suppresser to go with that new toy thats another $200 stamp. The $10k to $20k is about spot on for a full auto M16.

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Re: Full- auto AR-15

Actually it's a bit low for a transferable M16 these days.

All such Class III goodies have gone up considerably, especially in the past few years.

6 or 8 years ago I could've bought a transferable full auto capable Mini 14 variant for around $1500-$2000. Today they run closer to $4K and up and are really down the list in pricing for such rifles.

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Re: Full- auto AR-15

5 minutes on gunbroker only led to 2 found, but I hate their search feature. Both registered colt select fire. On at 20k ad one with a suppresser starting at 17k.

looking through the class 3 sales on gun broker is always a fun way to waste an hour or so and dream

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Re: Full- auto AR-15

Here's a much better place to look:

http://www.subguns.com/classifieds/?db=n...ormat=headlines

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Re: Full- auto AR-15

pull the trigger faster
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Re: Full- auto AR-15

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pull the trigger faster
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Re: Full- auto AR-15

If you do decide to go class III look into a Gun (NFA) trust.
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Re: Full- auto AR-15

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pull the trigger faster
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and those bump fire stocks are only about $400 check sportsmansguide.com for them

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