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Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by MTPD, Jan 13, 2008.
Help the family out!
Dave is out of prison. Just FYI.
He got RAILROADED... ATF=GESTAPO.
Any new news on this?
why would you need a selector switch in a semi auto? someone please educate me
uhh...safe and fire?
that i understand
he had a different set up from what i read
From everything Ive read (some straight from the horses mouth) he had a factory built gun that the manufacturer had posted a notification stating some of their firearms had a defect/problem and could fire more than one time with one pull of the trigger. He didnt know that at the time and of course ATF had the letter pulled from the manufacturers website and somehow got the judge to refuse to admit it into evidence by the defense. BATF also tried and tried using many different types of ammo until they finally got it to go full auto. ONCE from what I hear! So NO he did not have a full auto selector switch in it. And it takes more than a M16 selector to make an AR go full auto.
During a discussion on another board some interesting facts were pointed out to me. I had based my opinion on Mr. Olofsons, Bladerunner71 posted here. He failed to give us some important details that came to light on other boards. Seems we were misled.
If my autoloading weapon is properly maintained but goes full auto due to a defect, there will be more than just a criminal trial. The company that made the weapon will owe me MILLIONS.
I don't believe this post at all. I don't buy it!
What part don't you believe? Post 89? Or the first 88?