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Old August 1st, 2020, 06:00 PM #2401
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Another stamp arrived today! I've been wanting one of these for years. M3 Grease Gun made by the Guidelamp division of General Motors. Just something about that slow "chugging" rate of fire. About 400 RPM. This one was made in 1943/1944.
Very nice. You must have an NFA museum at home; kind of an NRA museum annex
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Old August 1st, 2020, 06:54 PM #2402
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Thanks! Did you work out the deal on your next toy?

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Very nice. You must have an NFA museum at home; kind of an NRA museum annex
No, just a simple NFA enthusiast, not a "museum curator". But I do enjoy the hunt to find unique, fun, and interesting pieces.

I'm just a temporary custodian of these guns. I'll enjoy them and eventually pass them on to others who will hopefully do the same.
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Thanks! Did you work out the deal on your next toy?

Its in the works, sadly i picked up the mac only to find a real issue with it so it needs some work before being shot
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I'm not wealthy by any means nor have I reached my retirement goals. However I find myself yearning for a full-auto device. I'm thinking about the future things in my life that I could choose NOT to buy in order to rationalize a potential $15-25K expense. Maybe just moving to a low tax state would be savings enough....
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I'm not wealthy by any means nor have I reached my retirement goals. However I find myself yearning for a full-auto device. I'm thinking about the future things in my life that I could choose NOT to buy in order to rationalize a potential $15-25K expense. Maybe just moving to a low tax state would be savings enough....
You can get into the club cheaper than that. An M11/9, a LAGE slow fire upper, a LAGE M11/9-22 Conversion kit, and a LAGE Max11/15 will run about $11 - 12K +/-. That gets you full auto fun in .22LR, 9mm, and .223. If you don't add the LAGE Max11/15 upper (.223), that will save you $3K. You can always get that upper later.
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You can get into the club cheaper than that. An M11/9, a LAGE slow fire upper, a LAGE M11/9-22 Conversion kit, and a LAGE Max11/15 will run about $11 - 12K +/-. That gets you full auto fun in .22LR, 9mm, and .223. If you don't add the LAGE Max11/15 upper (.223), that will save you $3K. You can always get that upper later.
This! I did it. Having a little trouble with the .22 conversion, but havenít really sat down to look at it yet. Plan to get the Max11/15 at some point. Itís a fun gun.
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