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Old March 11, 2011, 10:54 PM   #26
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My gunsmith has his tax stamps paid for his full auto's.
He has a MAC 11 and another full auto that I think is a Sten. He's let me go out back behind the shop and empty a couple of magazines from the Sten before. I haven't hed the opprotunity to shoot the MAC 11 yet, but I'll take a box of ammo down with me next time I see him. Then I'll get the opportunity to shoot it too.
Of all the machine guns I've had the chance to shoot I still like the M-2 the best out of all. For hand held full auto rifles I prefer the M-16 over the AK-47. Machine guns are a whole bunch of fun to shoot, that's for sure.
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Old March 11, 2011, 11:48 PM   #27
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There are events all over the country where you can shoot Machine Guns.

I run one here in South Dakota, and we are also a 07/02 Dealer, we sell any and everything Class 3 related. Find a local Dealer and talk with him Im sure there is a event your area, you just have to look around.

Alittle info on what we do:

400ft of firing line and 650 yards of down range fun.
www.fungunshoot.com
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