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Old 08-13-2006, 18:04   #1
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Legal Full Auto from you 10/22!!!! No BATF forms needed

This product has been a long time coming and it's finally ready for release to the general public.

http://www.subguns.com/boards/mgmsg.cgi?read=559520

Enjoy!!!!!!
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As stated in my other posts, this is an ingenious stock design that lets you fire your standard semi-auto 10/22 at a full auto rate.

I fired the actual prototype, and I was quite impressed. I would have purchased it right there, but the owner was NOT selling.

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I had the opportunity to be one of the "beta" testers but I couldn't justify the price since I already have a Norrell full auto trigger pack.

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That's a strange setup. For close to a thousand dollars for that stock,
I could do the paperwork and buy a class three 10/22.
But.................that stock doesn't need the BATF stamp.
Oh and the vid was great!
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My man when was the last time you priced legal 10/22 trigger packs??

They are presently in the 9-10k range so $1000.00 is a bargain when you consider that.

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I got excited untill I saw the price, I think I'll just pull the trigger really fast and pretend.
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Originally Posted by treedawg
My man when was the last time you priced legal 10/22 trigger packs??

They are presently in the 9-10k range so $1000.00 is a bargain when you consider that.

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It must have been a lot longer than I thought. One of the good things about getting older, remembering better pricing.
I think even your guess is a little low. As all the registered Norrell trigger packs I could find were several thousand more than your high mark.
Man the things in my safe are making me very happy.
Still I would rather spend the money for a real Norrell trigger pack than a grand for a stock that my or may not work for years to come.
But that is just me, as I tend to spend way too much on firearms and bass fishing. Compare the price of a new bass rig and you'll get my drift.
YMMV
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I can relate more than you will ever know.

I purchased my Norrell trigger pack several years ago and it was expensive back then but today's prices are outrageous.

I'm well aware that some are asking 12K for Norrell packs but from I can tell they aren't moving at those prices. The packs seem to move when priced between 9 and 10k.

My 1st love is offshore fishing.

When was the last time you checked the prices on center console boats with twin four strokes hanging off the back.

What other juicy stuff do you have tucked back in that safe?

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I can relate to the expense of off shore, with off shore fishing you must have a very good handle on the outrageous cost of this sport. My wife keeps telling me we have the cost of a small house floating under us when we go bass fishing. Then you have to add all the tackle.


Oh I looked at center consoles just last May, I think this is going to be my next purchase. It is just hard to let go of my Bass Cat, but I think the center console will fit my fishing style better now.

I was big on class 3 collecting back in the early 80ís. I concentrated on Colt M16 variants, H&K mp5s and several other lesser things like Witness protection shotguns and such. I must admit, as I have no plans to sell any of them, I have not keep up on the current pricing. I priced the Norrell way back when and never, kicking myself dang it, got around to getting my hands on one. I mean no disrespect to the people that designed that stock, just for me I prefer the real thing or I just do without. By the same token: I don't get a big thrill bump firing ARs either, even though I know a lot of people that do.

I envy you for having one. I bet that thing is great fun to shoot.D
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I'm a HK nut. They are my 1st love although my collection is small compared to many.

I have a Fleming auto sear installed in a standard plastic S-E-F trigger pack. I move it around between my 3 host guns. I've been looking for a 4 position lower but I haven't been looking that close. I wish I had a dedicated sear for each weapon but that's way out of the present budget.

I have a Fleming HK G3K sear host.

I have a Vollmer HK-33 sear host.

I have a RDTS HK-MP5A3 sear host.

I've been lusting over a HK-21 sear host for longer than I can remember and I suppose that will complete my HK collection.

I've never been that impressed with the pony guns/colt. I know there are some very interesting variations out there but they just aren't my cup of tea. My one and only M-16 is a Olympic that was converted by a local C-2 back in the good old days.

I'll shoot you my phone number in a PM tonight.

Let's talk a little fishing and NFA.

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this takes "bump firing" to a whole new level
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Maybe we need a fishing thread. I am new to GA (near Savannah) and just sold my boat I am thinking of a bayboat in the spring. I don't know much about the area and would like to be able to get out to some of the artificial reefs but still be able to fish the rivers. advice appreciated. Sorry to hijack the thread.
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Maybe we need a fishing thread. I am new to GA (near Savannah) and just sold my boat I am thinking of a bayboat in the spring. I don't know much about the area and would like to be able to get out to some of the artificial reefs but still be able to fish the rivers. advice appreciated. Sorry to hijack the thread.
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Jeff, my home port is Tybee Island....

I find myself looking for crew members often.

You interested???

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Man you GA guys need to get busy during deer season this year. Last week I passed 28 deer standing by the road in a five mile stretch between Stateboro and Sylvania. It was dark and I just knew the next one was going to be standing in front of me.
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Behold!

http://www.firefaster.com/index.html

Im gonna save up and acquire one, I can imagine they may get into doing the same thing with the Mini 14 and Mini 30!
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I can think of tons of ways to spend money and none of them involve buying this. Don't you think this is something you could make yourself?
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Originally Posted by rugmar
I can think of tons of ways to spend money and none of them involve buying this. Don't you think this is something you could make yourself?
I expect you could make one if you had the machining skills and equipment but that posses a minor problem. This is a patented concept and your mfg would violate the patent. I have no idea how vigorously they are going to protect their patent but I suppose we'll find out soon enough. I fully expect a few home made copies to start turning up here and there. Another problem would be BATF approval. This unit has been approved for mfg by the BATF and your design would also need their approval prior to mfg.

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You can make anything you want, patented or not, as long as you are just making it for yourself and not for resale.
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Originally Posted by rugmar
You can make anything you want, patented or not, as long as you are just making it for yourself and not for resale.
That was also my understanding regarding this invention but I was quickly corrected by somebody I consider knowledgeable on the subject.

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That kickey do would "almost" make me consider a 10-22 as an effective home defense wepon. Is there a way to "de-activate" the funtioin into single shot? I would be handy to have if you were out in the boonies huntin rabits/squirls and such and if you had something dangerous like a Boar or ... i dunno pop up at you.

Never mind... a .45 would still be a better choice

Still a neat idea

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I was talking about this with a friend of mine on hte phone and he told me that he has a proto type and wants to sell it. We worked out a price and its mine now.

I dont think it was too much to pay for the amount of fun that it is, and I only had a factory 10 shot mag at the range. I will be getting a few 25 or 30's real soon.
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Originally Posted by hkps1
It must have been a lot longer than I thought. One of the good things about getting older, remembering better pricing.
I think even your guess is a little low. As all the registered Norrell trigger packs I could find were several thousand more than your high mark.
Man the things in my safe are making me very happy.
Still I would rather spend the money for a real Norrell trigger pack than a grand for a stock that my or may not work for years to come.
But that is just me, as I tend to spend way too much on firearms and bass fishing. Compare the price of a new bass rig and you'll get my drift.
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This is my first "real" post on here; I just joined the other day. My first post was advertising one of my Norrell 10/22's for sale! Anyway, I'm a Class 3 guy from way back and I remember the "good ole days!"

You've definitely been out of it awhile. The Norrell's have been selling for over a thousand dollars since the late 80's... I got my first one by talking my father into buying it for me when I was about 12 (in '83 or '84) and it was one of the first 10 he did...$400.00, suppressed... Same thing for my old Hard Times Armory MP5; $750.00 in early '86... I miss those days... I've been very fortunate in that I live in Little Rock, AR and have known John since the very beginning. I also worked at the biggest C3 dealer around here through high school and first few years of college. But those days are definitely over. I look at my collection now as part of my retirement or what I'll leave my two sons.

I believe John still has about 95 packs left and he's releasing around 10 every year (this year they were priced at $10k just for the trigger pack); it's his retirement too! One of the guys here at work has one of the Akins stocks (one of the prototypes I believe) and it works beautifully. For the price in comparison to a Norrell (or even the old TEK Gunworks conversions) they're a bargain. I think a good trigger job (read "light") is mandatory for reliable functioning, as is hot ammo. But, if I didn't already have a couple of Norrell's and .22 conversions for my M16 and AC556 I'd probably buy one!
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It really doesn't have to be that light Jeb. I've got a stock 10-22 with a VQ hammer (stock spring) and my Akins runs great. Did take a little fooling with the spring tension stop, but runs great with all of the different ammo I've put through it so far.
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Too bad they are all contraband now!
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Huh? Why is it contraband?
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