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01-26-2004, 02:20 PM
How ya like it? http://www.mm2x.com/public/jp/MyMillitary2.jpg
02-01-2004, 12:14 AM
Looks good. Like the Siaga, have always thought that one of those looked like fun. If we wanna play "you show me yours and I'll show ya' mine" here is a shot of my collection so far. Have a few more projects on the bench but need to figure how to make room in the safes.
02-09-2004, 02:34 PM
I think thats what heaven looks like.
02-10-2004, 02:34 PM
That's quite a collection. You could arm your neighborhood if you had to!
02-11-2004, 11:33 AM
Yeah...been buying for a lot of yeard and building for several. Only problem is that I may have to sell a few of them here soon to cover some moving expenses. :(
02-12-2004, 11:26 AM
Planning to thin things out quite a bit. The Enfields will go, the Hi Standard 12 GA, Glock 22, most of the black powder stuff, some 22's, M11 9, one of the FAL's.
Have Mossberg 590, Rem 870 for shotguns, the AKs, 3 FALs, 1911, 1919, 9mm and .223 ARs, Hi Power that will stay. Plus I need to make some room in the safe for the 50 cal project I am working on.
02-12-2004, 09:15 PM
If that's a Full auto M-11 I would'nt get rid of her...
I'll take the M-11/9 if the price is right.
I've been wanting to get a Powder Springs M-10 .45, or a pre-SWD M-11 .380. Cheapest transferrables I can find locally has been a Jersey Arms M-10 .45, an RPB M-10 9mm, and an RPB M-11A1 .380, each priced around $1,400.
02-12-2004, 09:34 PM
m03, at $1400 for a FA you should snag one up, all the ones i see are well over $2k now..
Most people I talk to can find them in their local area for the same price...sellers are over charging online in order to drive up prices. I've seen a similar RPB M-11A1 online for about $2,800 but I've never found anyone who will admit to paying over $2,300 for any MAC SMG. Most people I've talked to bought theirs in the $800-$1,500 range.
MAC SMGs were still available NIB for $450 just about 5 years ago. Heck, less than 2 1/2 years ago the SWD SMGs could still be bought by the dozens NIB with a matching serial-numbered suppressor included for $1,250.
If the Stewart Form 1's are actually being approved, then you could probably build your own non-transferable Ingram SMG at home for about $400 in quality parts + the $200 reg. fee. I'd rather pay the current $1,400 just to have a transferable gun.
02-13-2004, 05:00 PM
If the Stewart Form 1's are actually being approved, then you could probably build your own non-transferable Ingram SMG at home for about $400 in quality parts + the $200 reg. fee. I'd rather pay the current $1,400 just to have a transferable gun
Elaborate on this some, how could I legally build a SMG for $00+$200???? I would in a heart beat, don't care if I couldnt ever sell it....
Apparently it could be a while (as in a number of years) before a decision is made on this, as per some of the posts of the http://www.subguns.com/ forums.
"ATF will not approve any Form 1s for individuals to make machineguns under the Stewart ruling until all appeals are exhausted."
For more info of the "Stewart" case, just do a search for "Stewart" and "machine guns" on http://www.google.com/. It's a pretty messed up situation. I think there's a thread about it in the Legal section of this site already.
02-16-2004, 09:12 AM
The M11 is FA, I bought it years back when I had my C-III. Would like to see $1,200 in my pocket for it, buyer to pay all taxes and transfer fees. I do have a local guy that has been trying to get me to sell it to him and have promised him first shot. If he dosen't come through will let you guys know.
I am interested in it if your other buyer is not. That is a very reasonable price for a shooter MAC.
That is a great looking RPK, you even have it on what looks to be a real RPK receiver.
Do you mind telling us more about it?
03-11-2004, 02:24 AM
It is a Romanian kit on a bentmetal style RPK receiver from a guy that goes by coldsteel for us over on the other AK board. Has FSE internal components and pistol grip. Shoots great!
Nice collection, Mephis. And also medicmike. You have a nice collection. I got a few but nothing like that.
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