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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by jib, Dec 14, 2008.
Just what I need to walk the dog aranoid:
Clever!! I'd like to see how the thing shoots. :thumbup:
Glock parts.... and I'd still buy it.....:thumbup:
I want one!!!!!!!
Saw that vid a while back. I'll have to admit I am impressed - and in spite of the Glock parts I would own one (heck, I bought a Kel-Tec!!)
I'll take two.:thumbup:
The beauty of it is... it would "probably" be legal from a concealed carry standpoint... at least for a while :thumbup:
That's a very good thought, how would this weapon be classified ? if it were hand held ??
Oh come on now, use your words :laugh:
It'd be an SBR.
It has a stock, foregrip, and short barrel.
However if you had the auto sear in there it'd just be a sub machinegun.
if its a glock then i dont know how it became a rifle....
any other weapon would be a pistol with a fore grip or something.....
but i thought pistols and stocks were a no-no?
it's a class 3 but, how would this fit as a CCW as it may not be concealed but it is disguised ?
Any Other Weapon ( a class 3 weapon that is neither pistol nor rifle)
It was never a Glock. He said Glock upper receiver, which is merely a slide. Not a classified firearm. The custom folding frame and magazine well will be considered the firearm. With that being said a weapon meant to be fired from the shoulder with a barrel length of less than 16" is an Short Barreled Rifle
Its an AOW, it fits in the same category as pen guns and cane guns.
Once again though it was introduced as a machine gun. and a machine gun is a machine gun, not an SBR, or AWO. Full auto trumps all. If he used a semi auto then there would be something to talk about.
so how do they get away with manufacturing a new machine gun for civilian use?
My vote is SBR, with the folding stock and short barrel.
Its not in production. It's not for civie use. He was just hyping up their stuff.
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