#1 xinerleet, nu har jag extremt dålig koll på vapen lagarna i USA, men om full auto är det så varför skulle inte detta va det?
Sen om det är en delstat där bara semi är lagligt, så kan jag se din poäng. Troligtvis så är detta relativt nytt?/ett loop hole som i så fall inte "fixats" ännu. Skulle jag gissa
#2 Pew_Pew_You: Is it legal to own a full auto weapon in the US?
"Under the National Firearms Act of 1934 full auto firearms are required to be registered with the ATF. In order to register, you must have a tax stamp. To obtain the tax stamp, you must pay the ATF $200. The ATF will ask for some additional paperwork including fingerprints and a photograph - basically everything they need to do a background check. In conclusion: you can own a full auto if you pay the ATF $200. They will send you a "tax stamp" to let you know it is legal for you to possess the firearm in question.
The main issue with full autos is that the registry was closed in 1986; meaning no fully automatic firearms made after 1986 can be registered. So to obtain a full auto today, you have to find a full auto made before 1986 and convince the current owner to sell it to you. The limited supply means you will pay a pretty penny for a full auto firearm today."
What is a 'bump stock'? How easy is it to get one?
How easy is it to buy one? WFAA found one at a Cabella's Sporting Goods store in Fort Worth for $300.
They can be found online for around $100. We were in and out of the store with our own "Slide Fire" in about 12 minutes.