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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Damn it feels good to be a gangsta.

got a new gun picked up a mini 9 very similar to a mack 11

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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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i dont know much about guns, but that thing is awsome
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:38 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the cool thing that i like about it is the barrel is threaded for a suppresor
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:41 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:41 AM   #7 (permalink)
 
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its semi, so more than likely yes. The extended mag is questionable (very) and the supressor is almost a defenite no-no. Oh well though. What do you plan to do with it?
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:49 AM   #8 (permalink)
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yeah its legal and the mag is as well but it has to be strictly a fun gun no carrying it around or anything

and i will get a supressor next year once i get my class 3 permit

cost me $350 BNIB

plans for it well i plan on shootin it lol
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:54 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Old July 28th, 2006, 12:58 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hold gun sideways for more of the "gangsta" effect.

i will try to remember that but before the drive by i need to get me a big body chevy with a body lift and 26s
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Old July 28th, 2006, 07:23 AM   #12 (permalink)
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yeah its legal and the mag is as well but it has to be strictly a fun gun no carrying it around or anything

and i will get a supressor next year once i get my class 3 permit

cost me $350 BNIB

plans for it well i plan on shootin it lol

expect to pay another arm and leg for the suppressor permit. the governemnt like to make it difficult to own own one, but as you probally know, anythings possible after a small fee
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Old July 28th, 2006, 07:40 AM   #13 (permalink)
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its semi, so more than likely yes. The extended mag is questionable (very) and the supressor is almost a defenite no-no. Oh well though. What do you plan to do with it?
As stated before me suppressor permits are available for a fee, the size of which idk. And big mags aren't illegal...read a book with a some dude that got a 50 rnd'er from ACE (the helpful place) or something like that.

....it kinda looks like a toy.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 08:32 AM   #14 (permalink)
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And big mags aren't illegal...read a book with a some dude that got a 50 rnd'er from ACE (the helpful place) or something like that.
Around here they are for rifles. I think they cant hold any more than 6? not sure though. But my dad has a 12 or 15 round clip for his 9mm rifle.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 10:53 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Haha cool shirt. The gun is kickass too.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 10:59 AM   #18 (permalink)
 
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yeah that is nice, and silencer is def. illegal, well atleast it is in south carolina
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yeah that is nice, and silencer is def. illegal, well atleast it is in south carolina
supressors are illegal in all states unless you have a license for it
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are you going to get a license for it? that would be awesome if you could and did, take vidz of u shooting it?
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i will be applying for a class 3 firearms license next year(when i turn 21) which should allow me to own a supressor

i will try to get some video this weekend me and some friends are taking all of our guns out to shoot em but it will be a while before i can upload em cause i still havent got off my ass and went and got a cable for my mini dv
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you can have a FAKE suppressor tho, which still looks cool, and kinda balances the weight of the gun out...
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Well isn't that a piece of ****.

But why the need to post one might ad. The amount of ignorance in this thread regarding class III and NFA stuff.
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supressors are illegal in all states unless you have a license for it
Yeah, not really. Whether you can own an NFA/Class III item totally depends on the state in which you reside. If you're 21, clean criminal record, get a CLEO signoff, and then pay your $200 transfer tax, and wait your 90+ days. Wam bam it's yours. Now granted it's not cut and dry, but with all the ignorance in this thread we obviously can't get to specific.

Personally I think it'd be hilarious if you really wanted to throw money into a silencer on something like that. You'll spend more on the silencer/supressor and transfer tax than what the whole gun's worth.

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Well isn't that a piece of ****.

But why the need to post one might ad. The amount of ignorance in this thread regarding class III and NFA stuff.
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Yeah, not really. Whether you can own an NFA/Class III totally depends on the state in which you reside. If you're 21, clean criminal record, get a CLEO signoff, and then pay your $200 transfer tax. then wait you 90+ days. Now granted it's not cut and dry, but with all the ignorance in this thread. We obviously can't get to specific.

Personally I thin it'd be hilarious if you really wanted to throw money into a silencer on something like that, you'll spend more on the silencer/supressor and transfer tax than what the whole gun's worth.

the information i have i got from a guy at the local gun shop so i figured what he was telling me was right and never really researched it much farther.

would you happen to have any links as to where i can read up on this stuff?

and even though i said i would get one for it i prolly wont have the thing long anyways as much as i swap guns
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the information i have i got from a guy at the local gun shop so i figured what he was telling me was right and never really researched it much farther.

would you happen to have any links as to where i can read up on this stuff?
Louisiana is a Class III friendly state. Generally the same go around. here's off of a local dealers site. Only time one would need a Class III license is if one plans on selling etc.

How to Own Class III Weapons
Basic Guidelines
Owning a class 3 weapon (machine gun / silencer) is relatively simple. There are several rules and regulations that individuals must comply with. They are very simple and one should not be intimidated by paperwork. First let me address a few questions, before you ask them.
You may only own a machine gun that was manufactured and registered with the BATF before May 19, 1986. Weapons manufactured after that date are restricted for Military and Law Enforcement use only. Economics 101, the law of supply and demand should start coming to mind by now. This is why these weapons are somewhat “pricey”, when compared to current production weapons. “Simply”, the reserves not being available, controlled commodities always make for an excellent investment. The price is only going one place, Up!

An individual purchasing a “ National Firearms Act Weapon “, NFA weapon or class 3 weapon is required to pay a one time, $200 Federal Excise Tax fee. This fee has been the same, since 1934. It has never changed or has the simple requirement for owning a NFA weapon. These rules and regulation were set forth in 1934, because of the readily availability of machine guns to people like, Bonnie & Clyde, Dillinger, etc.. They permitted the Department of Justice to prosecute criminals under Federal Law. This had a little more "bite" than local laws.

To obtain an NFA weapon, you must first select one. The reason is, forms are required to transfer the weapon from seller to buyer, requiring specific information. There are several types of forms to accommodate these transfers. A form “3”, accommodates dealer to dealer transfers (Class 3, in or out of state). A form “4”, accommodates dealer to individual transfers, within the state. Unlicensed individuals may not transfer class 3 weapons directly into their state. An active Class 3 license is required to execute the transfer. If you hold an active standard FFL, you may transfer the weapon in directly, however the law enforcement signature, photographs, and fingerprint cards are still required, as well as the $200 FET. We will be happy to help you in the selection of a reputable Class 3 dealer in the state that you live in, however, the final decision will be yours.

The form “4” is quite simple. It will be filled out in duplicate by your Class 3 dealer, showing the current owner of the weapon and address, your name and address, description of the weapon and serial number, etc.. You will be given the forms, along with a set of fingerprint cards. On the back of the form is a place for your photograph and your local law enforcement official’s signature. If you are transferring the NFA weapon to your corporation, this Law Enforcement signature is not required. See “Corporate Transfers” or contact us for more details.

The required signature may come from a multitude of sources. The Chief of Police, the Sheriff, District Attorney, a Federal judge, State Chief of Police, etc.. Typically the person signing this form “4”, will conduct a background check on you, insuring that you are a person in good standing, within your community. If you have a criminal background or questionable past, you will be denied a signature at this point. In fact, even if you are a fine upstanding member of the community, you will find this part of the NFA weapon acquisition, the most difficult. Why? Most of the local law enforcement officials today, are no longer police officers, but unfortunately, appointed politicians. You will find that they typically do not sign such documents, with their eyes closed and will generally give a “no” response via a “clerk”, when you call up like “Lever Action Bubba” screaming that he has to sign this form, so you can have your machine gun. The “no” answer is to slow down 99% of the individuals that just think they want a class 3 weapon. If you are dealing with a clerk and not him directly, this is what you deserve. However, there is the remaining 1%, that will do something intelligent, like make an appointment to talk about the signature, maybe have a cup of coffee, etc..

After you have obtained an official signature, return the forms along with your photographs (taped to the back), your fingerprint cards, and your check for $200, (payable to The Department of the Treasury) to your dealer. All of this information, along with the FET fee, will be forwarded to the BATF and they will begin the process of transferring the ownership of the weapon to your name or corporation. No, you don’t give up all your rights at this point. It is the question that I get asked the most at this point. Search warrants are still required by law, these days, even for an individual that owns a class 3 weapon. These are “bubba” stories.

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