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  • MolonLabe2009
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    Where the hell can I get one of those?

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  • cwconnertx
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    Originally posted by Mean Gene View Post
    If you have a spare 12,500 dollars you can get the UC foldable Submachine Gun if you live in a full auto state.It's built on a pre-86 receiver so it's still civilian transferable.They only have 65 available and they got the name of the original designer wrong I believe but it looks like a fun piece of kit.
    Here's the link to the retailer's site http://www.fullautoclassics.com/m6_ucunfold.html
    I can't part with 12,500 for what is essentially a folding M11. We can still get M11 SMGs around here for 3995, up from nothing before 1986, I know :mad:

    We need to get the government to give us out gun rights back, I don't even mind the class 3 bs, they just need to make post 86 full auto firearms transferable.

    But for 12,500 I'm geting an M16.

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  • denvernative321
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    thats bad a$$ i want one. i like that it has a spot for an auto sear. i bet these will be out before the end of the year.

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  • Mean Gene
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    Originally posted by TheLastMountainMan View Post
    Nice. Would put that on my list to buy if if ever gets on the market. Would be great for EDC.
    If you have a spare 12,500 dollars you can get the UC foldable Submachine Gun if you live in a full auto state.It's built on a pre-86 receiver so it's still civilian transferable.They only have 65 available and they got the name of the original designer wrong I believe but it looks like a fun piece of kit.
    Here's the link to the retailer's site http://www.fullautoclassics.com/m6_ucunfold.html

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  • Mean Gene
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    Eugene Stoner came up with that concept when he still Co-owned ARES arms,back in the late 70,s or early 80's I believe.If the name sounds familiar he also designed the original AR-15.
    Here's 2 link to give some background on the original design for anyone interested.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARES_FMG
    http://world.guns.ru/smg/smg70-e.htm
    Even though he never pursued any large scale prodution the Russians liked the concept enough to produce copies.Here's a link to a page about the Russian knock off.
    http://world.guns.ru/smg/smg10-e.htm

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  • TheLastMountainMan
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    Nice. Would put that on my list to buy if if ever gets on the market. Would be great for EDC.

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  • Red Diamond Ranch
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    My wife said I couldn't type my actual reaction to this posting. So this will just have to do.

    Holy **** Batman!!

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  • cadens_rock
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    Just think, a little decoration and it could look like a book. Nice.


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  • Skyowl's Wife
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    LOL! All you guys (including Skyowl) have virtual woodies over this one.

    The guy said it's a not-for-sale prototype. How do we get them to manufacture the thing, I want one for my purse!

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  • group2lt
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    Thats awesome.....

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  • monet861
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    I agree, everyone needs to have one of those. I wish Christmas was in May. Maybe my 2 year old can get me one for Father's day.

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  • cwconnertx
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    I have to have that.

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  • Diesel
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    that's simply bad ass

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  • Skyowl's Wife
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    That's right handy!

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  • Visinedrops
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