Mike Dillon & Family Outing, Lots of auto weapons

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5 years 38 weeks ago, 3:40 PM

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i hate them all...

and green with envy...

I have reasons for the things I do, just don't expect them to be reasonable
5 years 38 weeks ago, 3:44 PM

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haha

ain't no ammo shortage at the Dillon homestead!

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
5 years 38 weeks ago, 3:50 PM

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ryo wonder how private citizen can get license for weapons of these type. it almost unbelievable neh. my pops have licenses for many weapons that ordinary citizen could not possess under any circumstance, but these large and very powerful weapons would seem to be impossible for regular citizen to get at all. am very curious about this.

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5 years 38 weeks ago, 4:00 PM

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They make alot of these...

5 years 38 weeks ago, 4:37 PM

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It's doubtful your dad has a license that allows him access to guns that other civilians can't get. I can go in to a class 3 gun store, fill out the proper paperwork including fingerprint cards for a background check, pay 200 dollars for the federal tax, and in as little as 28 days, I can take ownership of any automatic weapon made prior to May 1986. To purchase automatic weapons made after May 1986, you're required to have a SOT license, called a class 3 FFL. Even then, you must have a request from a law enforcement or government agency for purchase or evaluation in order to buy a "Post-May" gun. If the agency decides not to buy the guns you get, they can remain in your inventory until another qualified agency buys them. Dillon Aero retrofits existing M134 miniguns and produces new ones as a government contracted manufacturer, so that's why they have the miniguns you see.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 38 weeks ago, 6:11 PM

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licenses my pops have. there are rules at my house that govern what can and cannot say and my pops is very strict about these rule. you can check this with victor chan if you wish. but however, pops have licenses that are not regularly available to LE or Military or ordinary citizen. am sorry that cannot explain further. but is true that the weapons in this video are not available to any ordinary citizen and some of them would not even be available to my pops. if you have further questions about this then you must discuss this with my pops. am very sorry if this answer is not sufficient to you.

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