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Anyone Own Class III Firearms?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 7.62X25mm, Nov 15, 2008.

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  1. 7.62X25mm

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    You know, Class III. Sawed-off shotgun, full-auto, silencer?

    LEGAL criteria met and all that. Let's not talk about the bubba'd 10/22 that runs full-auto when nobody is looking.
     
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  2. 7.62X25mm

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    I guess not . . .

    How about something in a bolt action, scoped, range beyond 300 yds?
     
  3. PTK

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    You asked at 1:23AM, waited less than an hour, and assumed no one would answer? :scrutiny:

    I have NFA items. Silencers, DDs, SBRs, SBSs, and fairly soon I may be getting an MG (STEN Mk. 2)

    I have videos up on YouTube. Link.

    I'll take a picture in a little while, I'll need to really dig to get everything out of the safes...


    EDIT: Here you go.

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    From top left, down;
    AR-15 with AAC M4-1000 silencer
    Glock 17 with YHM Cobra9mm silencer
    12" long .22lr silencer (made on a form 1)
    10/22 SBR with 5.5" barrel
    Remington 870 with 12" barrel
    MN 91/30 SBR
    FNH PS90


    Next column;
    T/C Encore in 30-06 with AAC 762-SD silencer
    Stoeger Uplander in 12ga SBS
    NEF 12ga SBS
    In between the shotguns and 10/22 is a Browning Buckmark with Tac-63 silencer
    Penn Arms 40mm grenade launcher
     

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  4. husbandofaromanian

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    PTK, do you shoot that sawed-off Nagant? How is it?
     
  6. PTK

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    Yes I do.

    Video 1 (day time)

    Video 2 (night time)

    Recoil isn't bothersome as long as you hold it right.
     
  7. Mannlicher

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    Lets see now; new member, joining during the most contentious Presidential race in memory, asks 'who owns machine guns' just as the most serious threat ever, to Citizens owning guns poises to take office

    Just saying..............
     
  8. gunNoob

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    wow, that's a crazy nagant! pretty sweet though.
     
  9. slide

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    PTK - can you buy 40 mm grenades?
     
  10. hankdatank1362

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    And then asks who owns any "Bolt Action, scoped, range beyond 300 yards" (i.e. Sniper) rifles.

    Although most any deer rifle would qualify.
     
  11. Aran

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    The second I looked at that Mosin, everything started hurting at the thought of shooting it.
     
  12. jcjacobvt

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    My question to you would be why don't you? It is not rocket science after 1986 it just costs a lot more for MGs, but other Title 2 firearms have not really changed much. Normal ID photo, fingerprint cards and FBI background check after you get your local CLEO to sign off. $200. Tax per item is a really good deal still.

    And as far as a bolt action, scoped and range beyond 300 yards; unless you are old and grey like me you don't need a scope under 200 yards and ALL good caliber deer rifles are good for at lest 400 yards. Heavy barreled, larger caliber, scoped rifles should be good to 1000 yards.
     
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    For me it's too much BS for a few inches of non-existent barrel.
     
  14. slide

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    For me, I'd rather watch a youtube of YOU shooting a cut off rifle than trying that stunt myself. Even if the things weren't burdened with a lot of paperwork, I can't see it for myself.
     
  15. 7.62X25mm

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    Let's try hard not to patronize me. High Road is not the only gun forum online. I've been shooting seriously since 1957 -- when I was nine yrs old.

    NRA Life Member since about 1966, a grad. present.

    That's right, any "deer rifle." This site seems mostly populated with Mall Ninjas and Walter Mittys. I'm going to guess that the demographic in here is 26 yrs old, single male, owns about a half dozen firearms -- mostly military surplus.

    That's what I see here.

    I'm just curious if anyone owns anything besides "EBR"

    FYI -- The posting times aren't accurate. A proxy server will do that.
     
  16. MGshaggy

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    Yup. MGs, SBRs, suppressors.
     
  17. PTK

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    Mannlicher

    As if the government isn't already well aware of what I own. All of my NFA items are legal and I possess a stamp for each. :)


    slide

    Yep, but they're too dang expensive. I stick to the non-explosive type.


    Aran

    It's really not bad, I swear! :D

    I own a collection of pre-1900 cartridge rifles, to inclue a Martini-Henry, a Beaumont-Vitali, and a Vetterli. Oh, and for the record? I'm 22, not 26. ;)
     
  18. gunNoob

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    PTK, you are 22 and own all those nice guns?

    That's awesome. I'm green right now
     
  19. blutarsky

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    uhh, no. the post times are timestamped from server time, and are not affected at all by use of proxy, etc. the forum changes the displayed time based on your chosen timezone settings, so although the poster you referenced mentioned "1:23AM", it showed as "2:23AM" for me, perhaps something different for you depending on your selected timezone -- but the fact is that the time difference from the first to second post was indeed ~38minutes.
     
  20. RPCVYemen

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    That Uplander has got to hurt.

    The PS90 is very cool.

    Mike
     
  21. PTK

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    gunNoob

    Yep, turned 22 just a couple months ago. :)

    RPCVYemen

    Only time that shotgun ever hurt was when I ran 3" magnum slugs through it. Never again.
     
  22. gunNoob

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    Thats impressive! I'm 20 and working on a collection :)

    Also, if you need someone to help you shoot all your ammo for those guns, I could probably drive out haha
     
  23. Gunnerpalace

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    Have you ever tried shooting it one hand on the grip the other holding the two barrel's?
     
  24. PTK

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    Yes, every single time I've ever fired it. :)
     
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    FA Uzi with suppressor here. Fun stuff, especially with the .22 kit in.
     
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