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Discussion in 'Class III / NFA' started by Green Hornet, May 23, 2009.
What’s the make of the machine gun the first commando is using? The one with the big drums.
In order: Sig 552, M4A1 (or some variant; could be an M16... whatever; it's an Armalite), M60, AK-74, Uzi, big bore rifle; I'm not sure, M4 again (with major safety issues for the win), MP5K with stock, G36, P90, Remington 870(?)...
And a bunch of tarts who put a lot of lead over the berm.
The Sig 552 . Can one buy one of those? I'm talking a semi-auto version with drum magazines.
Thanks for the run-down.
It's stuff like that that gives gun owners a bad rep. That one girl emptied an entire mag at a 45 degree angle.
AFAIK, the closest you can come is a Sig 556 pistol. You might be able to do a 556 rifle on a form 4 into an SBR or put a stock on a 556 (with form 4). Not too familiar with the 556...
The Sig 556 takes AR mags (if my memory isn't gone), so a Beta mag would work just fine. http://betaco.com/products.asp?rid=1
Though it looks like they probably used a mag designed for the 550 series: http://betaco.com/products.asp?rid=17 which IIRC won't work in a 556.
+1. The exact opposite of sexy or appealing. The thought of hot lead punching holes through me strangely has the same effect as a cold shower... Go figure.
Bimbos? Not hot. Smart, competent women? Hot!!!
There were absolutely 0 imported Sig 552's in a civilian legal semi auto version imported, so unfortunately the answer on that is no. There also were not any imported in select fire that are legally transferable to civilians as they are all post '86 production. The closest you could get would be a Sig 556 pistol, and then SBR it and add a side folding stock or something.
^ So pretty much what I said, but in a different way.
Sometimes I like having the last word.....so yes, what you said. lol j/k
Ok. In that case, the last word is yours. :rofl: