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    Quote Originally Posted by Pig Ninja View Post
    If I ever own anything that is full auto it will be belt fed!

    Always liked shooting my M60, but then uncle sam was paying for the ammo
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    Quote Originally Posted by sindbad View Post
    Interesting, does anyone know if these conversions allow for controlled fire or only "riding the sear"? Besides illegal would potentially be deadly especially in calibers above 9mm. Bystanders behind the shooter would not be safe.

    Both ways are out there on the market, but the controlled fire are more popular and common. (giggle switch)
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    Yeah....Like I need something to let me waste ammo more efficiently.
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    FYI guys.... glocks second pistol was a Glock 18 full auto, that's why the 33rd mags are for. Completely uncontrollable in muzzle rise without the shoulder mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drm50 View Post
    I've only shot one full auto pistol and it was an Astra that looked like a Mauser Broom Handle. Their was no way to control it and can't see any practical use for one. Maybe something with a stock would work better. Rate of fire is to fast but Im not a FA fan. For somebody who has never shot FA weapons it's a hoot but they only have one purpose, anti personnel. Excellent pistol for the boys in the hood to use in drive bys.
    Agreed. I have used both semi and FA weapons. And based on an abundance of both military and civilian LE experience, I can attest that FA weapons can only be effective in combat situations where you are attempting to hold a position but are being overrun by an onslaught of enemy personnel. Sweeping FA fire will do the trick in most cases but you must be mentally prepared to dance with hand to hand. Not to mention it is BIG waste of ammo. When you are on patrol and ammo is very limited as to what you can carry, FA fire is only used as a last resort for two important reasons. Limited ammo availability and it’s use will reveal you position.

    Thx for posting~!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackel1 View Post
    Agreed. I have used both semi and FA weapons. And based on an abundance of both military and civilian LE experience, I can attest that FA weapons can only be effective in combat situations where you are attempting to hold a position but are being overrun by an onslaught of enemy personnel. Sweeping FA fire will do the trick in most cases but you must be mentally prepared to dance with hand to hand. Not to mention it is BIG waste of ammo. When you are on patrol and ammo is very limited as to what you can carry, FA fire is only used as a last resort for two important reasons. Limited ammo availability and it’s use will reveal you position.

    Thx for posting~!
    this also good to clear a room
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