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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Yes it is select fire... Came with a silencer as well... Form 3 to local SOT/dealer then form 4 to me... It*s all a waiting game at this point. If I have it by Christmas I*ll consider it a win. Now just to block it from my mind for the rest of the year. Lol

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrRuffGunz View Post
    Yea... Paid 8K For Mac 10 and Silencer
    Amazing how a 250 dollar gun back in 86 is worth what it is today.
    Thats a double stamp (gun) (can) and maybe a quad (200 eachx4) transfer fee?

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Amazing how a 250 dollar gun back in 86 is worth what it is today.
    Thats a double stamp (gun) (can) and maybe a quad (200 eachx4) transfer fee?
    As far as I know just one fee - $200 sub gun and $200 silencer... the form 3 transfers tax free I believe?? Waiting on final price from the FFL

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    I suggest you get extra mags now. No telling what Sloppy Joe and congress might do with the transfer of over ten round magazines.

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleclaw View Post
    I suggest you get extra mags now. No telling what Sloppy Joe and congress might do with the transfer of over ten round magazines.
    I think I have a few that I didn't sell with the gun. And the loader, which is a MUST.
    32 rounds in 1.5 seconds wears your fingers out right quick

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    1.5 seconds per 32 rounder is at 600 rpm macs are over 1k a minute

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    To quote an SOT: Machine Gun Beats trumps everything else.
    So you only need the One Form 4 for the Mac-10, suppressor excluded.

    So if you had an M16 (Receiver, LL or RDIAS) you could put ANY length barrel on it and never have to worry about barrel length.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleclaw View Post
    I suggest you get extra mags now. No telling what Sloppy Joe and congress might do with the transfer of over ten round magazines.
    Yes I have a Lage upper and a few sumoi 72 round drum on the way... Iím beginning to collect a lot of goods. I love the fact I can change calibers as needed with ease

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    I think I have a few that I didn't sell with the gun. And the loader, which is a MUST.
    32 rounds in 1.5 seconds wears your fingers out right quick
    PM me if you want to get rid of them!!

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    Default Re: Is a Mac-10 SMG considered an SBR?

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    I think I have a few that I didn't sell with the gun. And the loader, which is a MUST.
    32 rounds in 1.5 seconds wears your fingers out right quick
    PM me if you want to get rid of them!!

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