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Drop in full-auto conversion

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by biggin215, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. biggin215


    Jan 21, 2010
    I saw this advertised some places and was wondering if anyone knew about it. I'm sure it requires a class 2 manufacturers license but I am just wondering if anyone has experience or has hear of it before.

  2. ScrappyDoo

    ScrappyDoo Tacticool brah!

    Jan 16, 2010
    if anyone has a HK MP5 for sale please let me know.

    Thanks.... That would be great.

    Oh, and I'm gonna need you to go ahead and come in on Saturday, if you could be here at 8....
  3. G33

    G33 Frisky! Millennium Member CLM

    May 29, 1999
    With G29
    Think we have a section for full auto?
  4. quichedem


    Nov 12, 2004
    N.O. LA
    I'm sure some folks in the big house will tell you all about it. ScrappyDoo's comment was off the charts, though. Great stuff!
  5. fuzzy03cls


    Jan 28, 2010
    Have the right creds & enough $ you can do it. Or just move to south America
  6. bluejdixon

    bluejdixon Ammo Hoarder

    Classic :cool:
  7. Sniff, sniff . . . hmmm, I smell some odd questioning by a junior poster. Guessing the address will come back to a .gov address.

    That being said, IBTL.

    Making popcorn, anyone want some?
  8. ChristopherBurg


    Dec 18, 2009
    You don't need a fully automatic drop in kit. By default the Glock should automatically hold the slide open on an empty magazine. That's what we're talking about right?
  9. biggin215


    Jan 21, 2010
    Lol, I'm not a gov... i really am curious. Not sure what IBTL mean... but ok!

    Fully autos are totally legal to own, not sure why what I brought up is taboo.... no harm was intended!

    I am honestly wondering if anyone with a class 2 or 3 has had experience with these parts.

    PS: Yes i am a junior poster, but I just joined Glock talk like what??? a week ago??? I have posted in other topics and am a member of other gun forums (not sure if i am allowed to post which one, might be considered advertising).
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2010
  10. New to the board + low post count + question about full auto parts = reasonable suspicion that you are either .gov or a anti plant.

    Questions about full auto parts don't last on GT.

    In Before The Lock.
  11. r2kba

    r2kba Relax

    Jun 13, 2000
    South Texas
    Heh Yeah. Thats an old one, even for GT.
  12. nnickatnight


    Jan 7, 2008
    DFW, Texas
    Read the top of the free fire zone page and pay special attention to sticky number 2. After reading it you'll have your answer.
  13. RWBlue


    Jan 24, 2004
    And the people here in GT are generally ignorant of this fact.

    Yes, they are, as long as you fill out the proper gov. forms and pay for the parts.

    The problem is, NEW manufacturing for normal people ended in 1986.
    So prices on full autos have jumped to prices too high for normal people.
    So then people became C3 dealers to get around these prices and restrictions.
    Now as a C3, you have to have a letter from your local law enforcement saying that you need a dealer sample.
    So it is possible to have a new full auto whatever, but it is not easy.

    If you are serious about doing this, this is not the forum to learn about the process. Try Subguns.
  14. nnickatnight


    Jan 7, 2008
    DFW, Texas
    It is also not cost effective for one $300.00 item which is ballpark what they cost. You'll have to obtain the FFL License ($200.00), SOT license ($2000), business, pass ATF Business Inspection which means alarm, safe, etc, and the list goes on and on. The above poster is correct, subguns is the place to go and I'm pretty regular there so I'm pretty sure about the above info minus more hassles. Now if you can go into a legit Class 3 business more power to you, but it's not gonna be cheap or easy. There are a few transferrable full auto handguns in the registry but they were made prior to 86 and are VERY expensive. The last transferrable Beretta 93R copy (mocked up Taurus) I've seen, was $25,000 which was many years ago.
  15. Angry Fist

    Angry Fist Dehumanizer® Lifetime Member

    Dec 30, 2009
    Hellbilly Hill
    I saw a Fleming sear for $12k the other day...:whistling:. If you stepped on it, I bet it might hurt!:rofl:
  16. biggin215


    Jan 21, 2010
    I figured it would be complicated to manufacture new ones but wasn't sure how this part would fall in under the laws. I've seen a lot of videos where people converted their G19s and even G22s into full auto. It's fun to think about having but I'll never spend 15k on a gun and doubt I'll ever have a class 2 or 3 license.
  17. r2kba

    r2kba Relax

    Jun 13, 2000
    South Texas

    Those " People " are manufacturers, and do so as their business. For you and me, not possible. There are no transferable glock machine guns, which includes any 'conversion'.