Bored watching college football and I was wondering. Has anyone ever attempted for schlitzs and giggles to convert a USP to full auto? Is it even remotely possible?
A class 2 with a type 07 S.O.T can try to make one perfectly legal for research and design purposes. But that is the only way. I am sure it can be done, but I dont condone trying to do it or how it would be done. Oh yea, all NFA rules apply.That is MORE than slightly illegal. I can't begin to imagine being so bored as to want to spend that kind of time in prison.
This was the very reason for the start of the thread. I would not want one and there's no way in hell I could or would make one (not an engineer and jail time is not fun). I was just curious if one existed.I've always wondered if there was such a thing as a full auto USP.
I wouldn't want one, nor would would I make one. I just think it be cool to see videos of it online or something like that. Just to see how it compares to a Glock 18. I also want to see a Full Auto P226!!!
Yes, I was being facetious. See definition 2.avaitor... file down the firing pin...... that wont work ... till make the weapon useless ...
LOLYes, I was being facetious. See definition 2.
Main Entry: fa·ce·tious
Etymology: Middle French facetieux, from facetie jest, from Latin facetia
1 : joking or jesting often inappropriately : WAGGISH <just being facetious>
2 : meant to be humorous or funny : not serious <a facetious remark>
synonym see WITTY
- fa·ce·tious·ly adverb
- fa·ce·tious·ness noun
And if you read the handbook linked above, it references 27 CFR 479.105, which states:Once again, even a licensed manufacturer of NFA weapons cannot make a new machinegun just for R&D purposes. There must be the intent for bona fide demonstration or delivery to a qualified agency or for export. This is confirmed in the latest ATF publication (the NFA Handbook), section 7.6.2. That said, if an agency wanted HK or another mfr to propose and demo one, somebody would figure out a way.