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Old September 26, 2018, 02:39 PM   #17
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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.
I've seen plans for making a Ruger 10/22 full-auto. They require modifications to the receiver, bolt and some fire control parts, as well as making at least one new part from scratch. This is a lot more complicated than I believe most people think. If you are a Class II manufacturer or a machinist then maybe this would be easy for you? Now if all you want to do is make it some kind of slam-fire jam-o-matic, then such an operation is fairly simple.
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