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Old September 17, 2018, 04:30 PM   #7
Theohazard
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From a design stand point, it's easy to make a 22 full auto. The hard part is making it stop before the mag runs dry.
Those Norrell Trigger packs are pretty sophisticated. It is not that easy to make a reliable full-auto 10-22.
Mobuck is right: a full-auto 10/22 is a fairy simple design. Keep in mind that one of the simplest autoloading firearm designs is an open-bolt, blowback-operated machine gun. What’s more complicated is a closed-bolt select-fire 10/22 like the Norrell.
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