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Posted: 3/15/2006 4:29:27 PM EDT
How much does a M16 cost? I keep hearing alot but when I look at prices It seems to be very little.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:30:45 PM EDT
Sure...if you consider 10,000$+ to be very little.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:31:04 PM EDT
$87
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:32:17 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Followthehollow:
Sure...if you consider 10,000$+ to be very little.



How is it 10,000 dollars?

460 dollars
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:32:22 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 4:33:50 PM EDT by XDBACKUPGUN]

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Followthehollow:
Sure...if you consider 10,000$+ to be very little.



How is it 10,000 dollars?

460 dollars




Reading helps a little bit.


That Does not include the Lower Reciever.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:33:05 PM EDT

Originally Posted By adair_usmc:
$87



The obligatory ARFCOM response
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:33:22 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:
How much does a M16 cost? I keep hearing alot but when I look at prices It seems to be very little.




They cost the military maybe $500 each, plus or minus, bought in large quantities.

If you or I want one we have to buy a registered transferrable that was registered before May 1986, and prices range from $9-10,000 for a converted clone to a high end of $18-20,000 for a new in box M16A2.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:33:32 PM EDT
Mine was 11K
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:33:46 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:
How much does a M16 cost? I keep hearing alot but when I look at prices It seems to be very little.



Where are you looking at prices that are "very little"?

Bob
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:33:49 PM EDT
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:34:38 PM EDT
You are right, they are $460.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:35:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By j-fonz:
You are right, they are $460.








OMG people read that page carefully!
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:36:06 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:38:49 PM EDT

Originally Posted By XDBACKUPGUN:

Originally Posted By j-fonz:
You are right, they are $460.








OMG people read that page carefully!


Jeezus - sarcasm has escaped some people.

If I would have put would you think I was joking?
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:39:22 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



You, my friend, are either a moron or an ATF plant.
Mods, can we do an IP check to see if he is posting from a treasury department address?
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:40:55 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Your innocence is almost 'cute'.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:43:27 PM EDT
I paid about $1800 for mine. Of course this was a few years ago.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:44:29 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



You, my friend, are either a moron or an ATF plant.
Mods, can we do an IP check to see if he is posting from a treasury department address?



O FUCK THEY COUGHT ME QUICK BURN ALL THE MONEY AND THE CUMPTERS.
This seems like a violation of my rights to own a machine gun. Shit! What other machine guns could I get with out costing more then 1000? Hows about a Uzi or a Mac. I must be able to take down the commies when they come to take my rights away.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:44:33 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



We haven't been able to register new machine guns since 1986. No more, that is why transferrable machine guns are so expensive.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:44:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Just about 20 years too late...
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:44:46 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 4:45:28 PM EDT by DK-Prof]

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:45:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



You, my friend, are either a moron or an ATF plant.
Mods, can we do an IP check to see if he is posting from a treasury department address?



O FUCK THEY COUGHT ME QUICK BURN ALL THE MONEY AND THE CUMPTERS.
This seems like a violation of my rights to own a machine gun. Shit! What other machine guns could I get with out costing more then 1000? Hows about a Uzi or a Mac. I must be able to take down the commies when they come to take my rights away.




yep, definitely an ATF plant.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:46:01 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Followthehollow:
Sure...if you consider 10,000$+ to be very little.



How is it 10,000 dollars?

460 dollars



Those are just uppers.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:47:19 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.




fuck. What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?

How much does it cost to become a manfacturer.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:47:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By pattymcn:
I paid about $1800 for mine. Of course this was a few years ago.



I wish I was born about 30 years earlier than I was. I would own a lot of machine guns.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:48:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 20iner:

Originally Posted By pattymcn:
I paid about $1800 for mine. Of course this was a few years ago.



I wish I was born about 30 years earlier than I was. I would own a lot of machine guns.



I wish I was born 45 years ago then I would need a fuckin building to put all them in.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:49:13 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.




fuck. What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?

How much does it cost to become a manfacturer.



Maybe you should work on graduating high school first, then work on that goal.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:49:19 PM EDT
This reaks of
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:49:23 PM EDT
Sorry, even if you could you need to be 21 anyway.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:50:14 PM EDT

Originally Posted By XDBACKUPGUN:
This reaks of



yep.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:50:18 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.




fuck. What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?

How much does it cost to become a manfacturer.




If you go to the Congo or the Sudan, you can probably pick up a full-auto AK-47/AKM for 50 bucks.

Of course the locals might kill you, rape you and then eat you (hopefully in that order )

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:50:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?





Somalia. Iraq. etc.

You can have the war torn shithole of your choice.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:52:05 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.




fuck. What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?

How much does it cost to become a manfacturer.



Maybe you should work on graduating high school first, then work on that goal.



Everyone has a dream. Unless I become a lawer who makes 400 dollars a hour It looks like mine will never happen.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 4:53:52 PM EDT

Originally Posted By thelastgunslinger:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?





Somalia. Iraq. etc.

You can have the war torn shithole of your choice.



Somalia. I will buy a gaint fence and a 5 square miles of land a .50 caliber sniper rifle and a tower right in the middile.

And you are all invited. I might put in a privite run way. So you don't have to be shot at as you come.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 5:02:22 PM EDT
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 5:03:54 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By 13thWarrior:

Originally Posted By Ranger_SXT:
If you join one of the armed services, they will pay you to play with one.



I plan on it.

Couldn't I just take a AR15 and register the lower reciver as a machine gun?



Are you not aware that the only M16's that can be owned by regular private citizens are the limited number that are listed in the NFA registry (as well as the limited number of DIAS and lightning links)?

Because there is a relatively small number of them - the prices are VERY high, because no new "transferable" ones can be added to the registry.

About 10K for a registered M16 reciever sounds about right.



You can "create" new SBR (short barreled rifles) as a private citizen, but NOT full-auto rifles. You either have to buy an existing one in the NFA registry, or be a manufacturer (or a dealer who is buying a demonstration sample for LEO or other similar use).

.




fuck. What countries on earth would let me have a machine gun for a very cheap price?

How much does it cost to become a manfacturer.



Maybe you should work on graduating high school first, then work on that goal.



Everyone has a dream. Unless I become a lawerlawyer who makes 400 dollars a hour It looks like mine will never happen.



That will never happen. For the most part, lawyers know how to spell.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 5:04:08 PM EDT
AN M16.

Ask one of the supply type pouges to look up the current cost of an M16, M16A1, M16A2, M4 etc etc in Haystack or FEDLOG.

Last time I looked back in the early 00's an M16 was listed as costing about $185 and an M4 was going for around $450.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 5:07:41 PM EDT
I've got a hole shit load of them. Best offer over $460!

IM me, if you're interested.
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