By chance would anybody be interested in one of these? Very rare.
Guys don't get OP banned.
OP this is a work safe board, don't do it.
Time stamp and barrel in mouth with bolt cocked. I want a clear view into the bolt to see if it's airshit or not.
Because it's a parts kit that I assembled...? Firearm doesn't come with side plates so you need to buy some or make some, I made them. And then welded them. Mac receiver flats don't commonly come as one piece because the atf classifies mac flats as a firearm even before it's assembled, so it's three separate pieces you must then weld later.
Please, go buy a mac parts kit, and look at the quality of the metal the base receiver is made out of and tell me whether or not you could weld that entire thing without it warping.
This was the second thing I've ever welded in my life.
Please be sure to post all the homemade guns you've actually attempted to make.
Can you show us the part where you have to snip or file down to make the gun full-auto? I'm primarily interested because ATF was saying you could take a quarter and shove it into the disconnecter to conver it.
Velocity firearms. Just Google it, they have like 4 websites that seem shady as fuck and two of them don't work, but they are good guys. They just don't know how to run websites.
Parts kit was $300 for the .45, I believe the 9mm ones were cheaper and much more plentiful.
This reminds me of a new in box Cobray M-11 9mm I found buried in my evidence vault with the invoice paperwork. This was during the time of the dreaded AWB of 1994-2004. It had been ordered by a previous chief before the ban, but it was never even fired, probably because it had acquired the reputation as a baby killer gun, and got hidden away.
(Ironically, that former chief was involved in an incident where he fired an AR at a wrecked car on a pistol-only training range toward town, and the ricochet hit a 8 year-old kid a half mile away. He didn't tell anyone about the ricochet for a whole day while all the law enforcement in the county was searching for the shooter. Kid survived, and is living comfortably on lawsuit money.)
Anyway fast forward to my find. Show M-11 to new chief who was very pro-funs, but he took one look at the poor welds and materials, and told me "I don't ever want to see that POS ever again, hide it back in the evidence vault." Hide it back in vault. I never got to shoot a brand new M-11 that never saw the light of day. In his defense though, at the time we couldn't sell it, and he absolutely refused to let any gun be destroyed. He said he didn't care if we ran out of room in the vault storing broken revolvers and shotguns, he would never give a grabber the satisfaction of knowing that a single gun got destroyed.
Because feds probably have a list of the serial numbers that are and are not preban. However, if you could make one that looked factory made, OP supplied an assumably valid serial you could copy.