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CHEAP M-16 Machine Gun Fox says its expensive!!!!

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    Here's where I looked at some Class IIIs. I think I'll go for the 1918 BAR. at ONLY $44,995!

    http://www.westernfirearms.com/wfc
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    M16-A1 that was the Vietnam Matel Jam-A-Matic by colt wasn't it.
    Good only for colection and to look at.

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    Well slap on a new upper and im pretty sure the jam-o-matic problems will go away

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    Wow! He expects it to bring $1700? The Class III values I just checked were from $15-$25K for an M-16.
    At least $17,000 is what the Sheriff's Office is expecting on a bid.
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    Shikha Hamilton of the MMM says she finds it appalling that the LCSD is selling this rifle. What I find appalling is that they (the LCSD) have to just to get more useful weapons for their Officers. I wonder if Ms. Hamilton and the others who are anti(hand)gun and think that LEO's are the only ones who should have weapons feel as strongly as they claim they do? If so, why haven't they all gotten together and donated the necessary funds (out of their own pockets) to fund all of the departments across the country who are facing budget cuts and are understaffed/armed?

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    Nothing wrong with an A1.

    In fact send me a PM I will take up to 100 NFA registered m16 at the price of $2000USD.

    I'm just that nice of a guy.
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    I'm confused. Fox is claiming that the firearm is a machine gun. The only M-16 firearm line of which I'm aware is an assault rifle line. What is this M-16 "machine gun"? Is it a larger variant of the M-16 assault rifle that requires a stationary mount, or is it a different firearm completely?

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    I bet one of those rich antis buys it then has it publicly destroyed as a publicity stunt. It's kind of the reverse of usual gun buy back programs. Maybe this is what a buy back program should be? (selling back to the public an item from our "servant" government)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimensio View Post
    I'm confused. Fox is claiming that the firearm is a machine gun. The only M-16 firearm line of which I'm aware is an assault rifle line. What is this M-16 "machine gun"? Is it a larger variant of the M-16 assault rifle that requires a stationary mount, or is it a different firearm completely?
    A machine gun by legal definition is any full-auto firearm. This means M-60s, assault rifles, submachine guns and auto pistols (and in some cases, shoe laces)

    Fox is correct in calling it a machine gun, but our laws are misleading in their definitions. There are no hard rules when it comes to defining a weapon. One mans grenade launcher is another's machine gun and another's auto-cannon. One man's carbine is another's submachine gun.
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