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#1 steinhouser

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:28 PM

I viewed the BATF letter re. gatlin type gums.....and i think i have a problem...I have a Polish PPS43 semi auto with the "GAT" gatlin type attachment...Im using 35 round mags....do i understand when using this trigger system the mag. must not hold more than 10 rounds? :?:

#2 42rocker

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 05:23 AM

Another fun statement to watch out for. In some states you can't have any crank fire hooked to your weapon. Found this out at a machine gun shoot in Minnesota. A Legal Full Auto 1919a4 was fine but a crank fire semi auto 1919a4 was not. Happy to say that I had left my crank fire at home in Fla where it is Legal.

Interesting Laws we have

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 03:46 PM

The "Gat" trigger has very little to do with the ATF letter allowing Gatling guns. It's just a crank that presses the firearms actual trigger through manual manipulation. IT falls under none of the Gatling patents.

The 10-round rules mostly went away with the expiration of the AWB except in states that kept their own.




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