Price Range of B.A.R. - Page 2




 
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September 27th, 2005  
5.56X45mm
 
 
There are semi-automatic BARS on the market. They run for something like $2,000.00 - $3,000.00. They're fun, but in the end, they're nothing but 20lbs semi-auto .30-06. Fun yes, but expensive! Just like owning a Semi-Auto Browing 1919 Belt Fed Machine Gun.
September 29th, 2005  
Springfield
 
 
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Originally Posted by 5.56X45mm
There are semi-automatic BARS on the market. They run for something like $2,000.00 - $3,000.00. They're fun, but in the end, they're nothing but 20lbs semi-auto .30-06. Fun yes, but expensive! Just like owning a Semi-Auto Browing 1919 Belt Fed Machine Gun.
$2,000 - $3,000...not bad compared to $8,000 - $12,000. But, yeah, either way, it looks like I'll be saving for a while.
October 10th, 2005  
Fox
 
 
I thought it is legel gun for USA cause it is auto gun.
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October 10th, 2005  
Navy Boy
 
 
Yeah it should be.
October 24th, 2005  
Missileer
 
 
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Originally Posted by DTop
Check with your local gun shops. They ought to be able to tell you what the going prices are.
There is an indoor range close to me that rents thompsons, M16s and just about any kind of auto you want but you are closely supervised, the rent is pretty high, and you can eat up a lot of ammo. By the way, you can't leave the range with it.
October 25th, 2005  
masterblaster
 
There are several kinds of federal firearms license; the dealer, pawnbroker, gunsmith, collector, and full auto. Some states will not allow private citizens to own full auto weapons, therefore, if you want to own one, you have to have a class three license. Other states don't care. Basically you find a class three dealer, arrange to buy what you want, he applies to the feds, If approved, it costs you $200.00 for a legal transfer stamp. the gun is then yours legally to do with as wished.
Try getting a Federal collectors license (curios and relics), you can then get live machine guns if they are on the list (most worth having are). i have had a class 6 for 35 years and never had any trouble.
Go to the ATF web site and request info on getting a curio and relic license.
For non americans. Full auto guns, sawn off shotguns, silencers, have been under strict control for 70 years. The only legal MG ever used in a crime was used by a cop to murder his sweetie. State gun laws are a hodge-podge. Washington DC has outlawed pistols totally, although the citizens are rebelling now and Congress might repeal the city ordnance. I live in kansas, here guns are easier to buy than cars. Next Sunday, there is a gun auction 30 miles north of my city. I hope to buy a nice NAZI marked FN 1922 with holster. If I buy it, there is no paperwork of any kind (other than me writing a check for payment). Every state is different.
October 28th, 2005  
Springfield
 
 
Interesting information. Thanks.