These are copyrigthed photos by a fellow out of France. They are for viewing only. Not for copying of any kind. BY Mathieu Chirico
Born in Bordeaux (FRANCE), oct. 18 1976
Nice two tone AR looks cool.
Can this weapon be owned by civilians?
it will be a class 3 weapon (so you need the permit), because the barrel in under 16in.
It is a Class 3 stamp that will cost you $200 for the stamp. It will be a full auto gun with a barrel shorter than 16 inchs.
and the rifle probably costs 15-20 grand
reaper really that much...? the gun dealer.. can he sell you the permit?
You have to go to a Class 3 dealer to buy, and they will have all the paper work for the stamp. It takes around 6 months for the paper work to go thru and sometimes as little as 2 months. If you have to money to buy this rifle the dealer will give you the lower only until the paper work clears ane then you go back and pick up the upper for the rifle.
Should be able to find it for around $10,000.
if it's selective fire (full auto) yes. if its not, and its just class 3 because of the barrel, it will be significantly less. permit/stamp- no, you must apply for it through the govt.
Info I just found..."Generally, you must meet the following FEDERAL requirements to own a Title II NFA weapon:
Be a US Citizen at least 21 years of age
Be of a sound mind
Not a person prohibited from receiving a Title I firearm
Never convicted of a felony
Pay a one-time Federal Transfer Tax on each weapon purchased ( $200.00 for machine guns, suppressors, $5 for AOWs)
Complete BATF Form 4 in duplicate, which includes:
Obtaining the signature of the "Chief Law Enforcement Officer" (CLEO) in your area signifying that he has no knowledge that you will use your weapon for anything other than lawful purposes, and provide a reason for the "reasonable necessity" to possess the weapon described
Provide two (2) sets of fingerprints
Provide two 2"x2" recent photographs ".
Yes, that is right, I have 3 friends that own class 3's. Because the rifle has a short barrel it will be full auto and a class 3 firearm. If you have to get a class 3 stamp for any rifle or pistol they will be full auto.
The real question is...
If these are for viewing only, then how did you get them?
Also, was it part of the stipulation of you getting these pictures that you put down his birthday?
this must be a joke. someone in france with a gun. haha
Hahahaha, and it doesn't shoot little pink girl panties?
so is this just a one time fee $200 thats it or do you have to pay to register it every year or any other fees, and is three round burst under the same catigory as full-auto