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Crankfire

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by blarby, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. blarby

    blarby Senior Member

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    Ok, so as long as you aren't in a prohibited state...crankfire is totally legal ?
     
  2. p2000sk

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    Providing that the hand operated trigger manipulation device is only operated by the human hand, and doesn't use assistance from any electric motor, then you should be ok. I wouldn't advise trying to rig up a rubber band or spring to "aid" function. But a crank that might bump the trigger about 4 times in one crank revolution, manipulated by the human hand, should be good.
     
  3. AlexanderA

    AlexanderA Senior Member

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    These are novelty devices, like slide-fire stocks. They may be legal but they don't really make the gun any more effective; in fact, they make it more awkward to use.
     
  4. splattergun

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    400.00 for kit + 220.00 X (2) ruger 10/22's + Ammo and mags = Heavy gun with resale vale equal to (2) 10/22's.
     
  6. jmorris

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    most usefull at turning money into noise.

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  7. blarby

    blarby Senior Member

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    Very easy to convert any semi to a tripod table gun.

    I have a new project...... thanks guys.
     
  8. wally

    wally Senior Member

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    You say that like its a bad thing :)

    Shooting .22LR or cast bullet 9mm reloads is really not all that much more expensive than fireworks and IMHO more fun!
     
  9. jmorris

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    Yeah, but do you know how many Hornady LNL's I had to buy and sell to get the free bullets to feed the .308 above?
     

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