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Lightning Link.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by f8talh8red, Mar 27, 2009.

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  1. f8talh8red

    f8talh8red member

    where can i find a lightning link?
  2. memphisjim

    memphisjim Well-Known Member

    do you have a flux compasator?"
  3. maskedman504

    maskedman504 Well-Known Member

    Unplug your PC power cord and insert a fork.
  4. stubbicatt

    stubbicatt Well-Known Member

    LIghtning link = autosear ---> prison ---> too many friendly people for my tastes.
  5. Acera

    Acera Well-Known Member

    Find a Class III dealer in your area, and go talk to them. Usually you will get a better response in person than over the phone.

    They are available, and the prices seem to have begun a slight shift toward the less expensive. Funny thing, as the sales of semi-automatic firearms have increased, with their prices the..... prices of the full auto stuff has trended downward by a very small margin.

    It is always better to have you base knowledge in place as well as a plan on how you will be acquiring your product when you talk to the dealer. Those guys seem to spend a lot of their time explaining to shoppers what the requirements are, and seem to be more appreciative of those who have the knowledge already, and know which path they will use to buy the item.

    Good Luck,
  6. f8talh8red

    f8talh8red member

    hey thanks a lot acera, at least you said something useful. mmm lightning link bad. aahhhhh prison. :scrutiny:
  7. RyanM

    RyanM Well-Known Member

    You can expect to pay somewhere around $8000 for a legal Lightning Link, I believe. You'd probably also want to invest in one of those reinforcing protector thingies that I forget the name of, to keep it from breaking. Also, a couple different people have figured out how to use modified M-16 parts to get select-fire functionality from a lightning link, which makes them much more attractive (especially at about $4000 cheaper than a drop-in autosear, and half the price of a registered receiver).
  8. f8talh8red

    f8talh8red member

    thanks you guys. i didnt realize they were so expensive. looks like i could make one for like $0.57. anyway i dont think ill be goin down that road. :evil:
  9. Ian

    Ian Well-Known Member

    It's not the making that accounts for the cost, it's the registration.
  10. Funderb

    Funderb Well-Known Member

    oh god, i nearly choked for the first few responses
  11. rbernie

    rbernie Well-Known Member

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