Ruger 10/22 Trigger System


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AWKIII
July 8, 2009, 04:53 PM
I am not sure if this is in the right place. Are trigger systems like this still legal? And if so how much are they worth?
Thanks, Andy

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KenWP
July 8, 2009, 07:46 PM
What does it do. I remember that trigger system with the little handcrank that you put on a semi-auto to make it fire like a auto.

Shadow 7D
July 17, 2009, 05:37 AM
I saw a crank for sale last year, but that was right after I got done reading BAFTE letters cause I was board, Was very confused and couldn't think of a good reason to make a .22 an auto.

jmorris
July 17, 2009, 10:30 AM
I haven't seen that one. It looks like maybe one of the tri burst rigs?

FWIW the cranks are legal as are hand cranked Gatling guns (no motor on either though). They are completely useless for anything except converting money into noise and putting silly grins on faces.

Here's a video of the one I built for my 1919 http://s121.photobucket.com/albums/o213/jmorrismetal/?action=view&current=jM1919.flv

http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o213/jmorrismetal/crankrt.jpg
http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o213/jmorrismetal/crankr.jpg

Shadow 7D
July 17, 2009, 02:47 PM
Yeah, but
some argue that it constitutes a machine gun the same way an autosear does, but ontheotherhand a single trigger pull is need for each firing.

jmorris
July 17, 2009, 03:30 PM
Yeah, but
some argue that it constitutes a machine gun the same way an autosear does, but ontheotherhand a single trigger pull is need for each firing.

The only opinion on that matters is that of the BATFE. They say itís OK, but I donít start a project without contacting them first. The # to the NFA division is 304-616-4500 if you ever have any questions. As always, the only dumb ones are those unasked especially when dealing with federal law.

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