That's the stuff that dreams are made of :D
Why... am I only 19... That's the cheapest MP-40 I've ever seen. Oh well, given that unbelievable price, maybe a $10,000 MG42 will pop up someday when I'm old enough to purchase one.
I though I had seen that picture before!! :scrutiny: :eek:
Too bad though :(
April 16, 2013, 07:24 AM
I don't know of anyone who would buy off of Armslist without the sale being face to face and a 'done deal' at that time.
Not possible with NFA.
That 'for sale' listing has to rate as the poorest I've seen yet. Gun is supposedly in Michigan with a card from the Dallas gun store still in the photos.
The hacks are getting lazy, I guess. And whatever happened to stealing quality photos?
Hey, thanks for sharing, brought smiles. JT
April 16, 2013, 10:20 AM
JT, I just bought a Glock 34 off of Armslist without it being a FTF transaction. I asked for the guy's information first and checked for it to all add up and it did. Since he was an FFL it made it easy for me to check. I would have much more concerns trying to buy from a private individual who is not an FFL (or who didn't claim to be).
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April 17, 2013, 01:24 AM
Again, you can purchase full auto at 18, provided it is a private party sale.
April 17, 2013, 01:55 PM
You can purchase an NFA item at 18 from a private seller or create one for yourself. You must be 21 to buy an NFA item from a dealer.
No, you can't. ATF will not approve any NFA transfer for an applicant under 21.
Also, there's really no such thing as a "private transfer" on an NFA firearm (not a legal one, anyway)
Just for clarity, if "FA" means full-auto (i.e. - a machine gun) then no, you can't manufacture one for yourself at any age.
Well, not make for yourself, per se, but could become an SOT and own a dealer sample for as long as you maintain the FFL07.
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