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7.62x39 rocket launcher/rifle found on GB

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by akolleth, Jul 21, 2007.

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  1. akolleth

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    So digging around GB and saw this training devide for RPG's. It looks like a charge for a RPG, but shoots 7.62x39!! Be sure to check out the youtube he has linked to see it in action

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=76102302

    HOW FREAKING COOL IS THIS THING!

    Question though, is it legal? Would it be classified as an AOW? It does fire a projectile, and is nothing more than a tube.
     
  2. Mannix

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    Seems like it'd be classified the same as a zip gun with a rifled barrel(which I THINK are legal, not sure though).
     
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    very cool
     
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    Neat.
     
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    Notice who the seller is? It's Numrich gun parts.
     
  6. akolleth

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    Didn't even notice it was Numrich, very cool!
     
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    So I'm guessing that would be three "guns" that you're buying?
     
  8. Hoppy590

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    they are legal. and they do fire rounds. similar to what the US military does for training with things like the AT4. its meant to attach to a handle. and aimed like a real rocket. whent he trigger is pulled, instead of an expensive rocket being launched, a cheap bullet is fired.
     
  9. AnthonyC.

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    Can somebody post the link to youtube because my computer is not showing the link on gunbroker.....thanks
     
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    The devices on a gun would be an attachment, but I have a hunch that firing them like he was doing would get you an unregistered AOW charge with the ATF.
     
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    Played with one in Iraq - the locals pointed out that it's designed to be used with tracers so that the operator has visual feedback. Quite neat.
     
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    It might be more fun if you happened to have an RPG launcher. That way you don't need to poke it with a bullet tip to fire. :)
     
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