anyone know if the civie versions will accept a previously registered sear???
Is that legal? I know there are some limitations as to what you can move a sear into, but maybe since they're both for AR platforms, it's ok?One would think that an RDIAS would work if everything is to current AR spec, but I've learned never to be convinced until I see it.
Yes, I know for a fact that it would be illegal, but just haven't seen the text that explains it is.There are limitations on what you can put it in I'm sure. However, there's no limitation on putting it in the same weapon of a different manufacture. Any AR lower that is in spec can fit an RDIAS. An AR lower is an AR lower. Similar to a Flemming sear in an HK, as long as the base weapons are similar and it's registered in each caliber it shouldn't be a problem. I think the rub is that you can't modify the sear in order to make it work (a repair yes, a modification being competely different). I'm pretty sure putting one in a Gatling gun would require too much modification to be legal.
Damnit, you're gonna make me look it up now aren't you..."know for a fact it would be illegal" "just havn't seen the text that explains it is."
Is it just me that doesn't understand this?
As in an M16 registered receiver? Or an RDIAS? Depending on what you're purchasing, it could go either way. If it's a registered receiver (I'd hesitate call it a sear gun as almost all AR lowers are RDIAS compatible), the receiver is what is registered and has the tax stamp, not the auto sear inside. It'll also have an extra hole in the receiver for the standard auto sear. The sear itself is not the registered item.I am in the process of buying a Colt M16A1/M4A3 sear gun. Does anyone know if we will have access to the full auto picto 416 lowers like the way we can get G36 and UMP lowers?
Does my question make sense? If we can't than there is no way to utilize the sear in it. I am new to full auto M16/AR15 type weapons so I am not sure about the specifics of moving it to a 416/417 whenever they come out