You fill out the necessary BATF forms, then buy the drop in auto sear conversion, and then the rest of the M-16 parts.
Don't be fooled by those $50 drop in auto sears advertised in Shotgun news. While some may have been made before 1986 they were never registered and therefore constitute an illegal MG when in possesion of an AR15.sharpstick said:Possession of both the gun and the full auto parts shows intent and you are currently breaking the law in a way that could get you more then 10years in a federal pound you in the ass prison.
In MN you can legally carry a full auto rifle with the MN permit to carry!limblessbiff said:if you want a full auto rifle, its gonna be a hell of alot easier for you to join up. because that's the only way you will be able to get one without spending the better part of your youth in prison as Mac's girlfriend. and do you honestly think that you could tote that auto rifle down to the range and get away with it? you would either get kicked out or an LEO who happens to be target shooting could be there and bust your ass. So like i said, join up, or give up
Wow, the thought police really do exist? loosen up the band on your tinfoil hat.AKM said:To even discuss what it would take to convert a semi can be a felony. It can be considered a conspiracy to create a machine gun even if nobody actually converts anything. This is not a topic which should be discussed.
If you want a machine gun, buy a registered gun. That's the way you do it. You can't convert. By law, you can't even discuss converting.
How do you think Ruby Ridge got started?aiformula said:Wow, the thought police really do exist? loosen up the band on your tinfoil hat.
Good piece of advise.einheit 13 said:You are not a manufacturer, so don't even try it. If you want one, go buy one. There is nothing good to come of it. And DO NOT purchase anything that could remotely turn any weapon you own, or have care, control, or 'custody' of........even if the intent isn't shown- you 'could' still be seen as having a NFA weapon.