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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 8:55 pm 
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Look my last conception.\ Regarder ma dernière conception

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That is really not fair, I have wanted one for a very long time yet it will probably never happen.

Looks great!


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palladium,where are you from and if your a foreigner what country allows you to have such fun toys.


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"Look my last conception.\ Regarder ma dernière conception"

Hm, well, lets see "look at my last conception" from that sentence it sounds like he designed it himself, "my" being posessive and "conseption" meaning something born of an idea, so I would guess its his idea.
Maybe he's French Canadian or from La.?

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Sweet.

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Si vous avez des questions sur ce selecteur, posez les! S.V.P aucune question perssonnelle./ If you have any questions, ask them! No personnal question please.


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Drool...


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AWESOME.

Such a fun little toy.

I hope you realize how lucky you are.

A common man here is not allowed to own one.............unless he wants to risk prison time.

So much for "free" country huh?

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 8:20 am 
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palladium wrote:
If you have any questions, ask them! No personnal question please.


Any target pics? Say, 5-15 metres of controlled burst? Can you "press" out two rounds at a time on full auto? A few pics of that would be nice.

Controlled bursts is the way to go with FA, imho, and ymmv. Everyone says FA is "uncontrollable", shoots all over the place, etc., etc., etc. Baloney!


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I haven't shot a G18, but I did get to do about 200 rounds with a beretta 93R.

I don't think you can call it controllable... It was harder to keep 2~3 round bursts on target than FA. In FA, it seemed like you had enough time to force the gun and bring it down... Ymmv


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Do you have technical drawings in cm for me? (only for testing)

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I'm sorry for my bad english.

I know the patent but the are no scale units (units of measurement) in it.

I Think with an forehand grip it can be controlable.

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I have a post sample with a shoulder-stock, and although it is very popular at the range, and everyone wants to shoot it, it is useless. (except for a firefight in a phone booth)

PS.. 100% reliable too!, more than I can say for some of my other machine guns.....


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i've heard of G18's, but the 'home made' versions or rather additions to the existing mechanism shown above...who is able to own them and in what country?

i've seen youtube vids of many concoctions such as these on Glocks, many of them made here in the states from the looks/language spoken...?
Also seen vids of Butler Creek shoots and clearly Glock 18 types were shot, most of them sporting a stock, again, who is entitled to have these things?


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I have one....
It is a 9mm pistol unless you flip the switch.
< 10 yards, or more precisely in close range indoor shooting, it allows 3 round bursts to accurately hit a target.....I can do it, and I am no where near the best shooter in the SO. My best shooters have no trouble, again, with 3 round bursts....puts a lot of lead on a target damn quick IMO.....

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Hey Guys, first time posting in this forum... lots of good information here!

The devise pictured in this thread looks like a prototype of the FSS-G marketed by Phoenix Firearms out of Texas.

http://www.fss-g.com/index2.htm

And as an American living in Zurich, Switzerland I checked w/ my local gun shop and they don't sell these devises here (but they can be purchased in Austria). The problem is there is no way I could legally bring one back to the US. If this is not the case someone please let me know?

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PeteSB wrote:
Hey Guys, first time posting in this forum... lots of good information here!

The devise pictured in this thread looks like a prototype of the FSS-G marketed by Phoenix Firearms out of Texas.

http://www.fss-g.com/index2.htm

And as an American living in Zurich, Switzerland I checked w/ my local gun shop and they don't sell these devises here (but they can be purchased in Austria). The problem is there is no way I could legally bring one back to the US. If this is not the case someone please let me know?

Thanks


Imported Machine guns were banned a long time ago.........

You'd be importing an unregistered MG.

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Unless of course it's imported by the DOD, a LEO or as a Class III dealer demo, right? :roll:

What about HK 416 & 417 upper receivers? I read on HKPro that these can't be imported either because even though they're not registered (as the lowers are) they were still originally manufactured for a full auto weapon and as such are now ineligible for import into the USA.


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Plans have been out there for 10 years or so and they work just fine and you're not sacraficing the slide as the Registered Part of the Post Sample.

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