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I wouldn't click that link with a ten foot pole!
 

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not only no but fuck no

after reading the thread about the ATF sting theres no fucking way.

If you really wanted it, create new ebay user id and ship that bitch to some random apartment and wait and see
 

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i ordered one and shipped it to my neighbor... ill let yall know how it turns outjust kidding fawkers
 

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not only no but fuck no

after reading the thread about the ATF sting theres no fucking way.

If you really wanted it, create new ebay user id and ship that bitch to some random apartment and wait and see
What thread was that? Are you referring to the one where the feds set up a clothing shop....or is there one where they sell shady stuff on ebay?
 

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There was a .22 Remington bolt action receiver and bolt on there the other day. Nice old 60's rifle but 100% FFL item
 

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What thread was that? Are you referring to the one where the feds set up a clothing shop....or is there one where they sell shady stuff on ebay?
Clothing shop. It really opened my eyes. Ebay would allow them to reach a much broader audience.
 

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I was trying to figure out what the issue with that would be. I'm like "So you need a customer adapter for the filter on your solvent tank :confused:"

Then I was like :idea:
 

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Discussion Starter #11 (Edited)
I just searched e-bay for "1/2-28 Threaded" and there are literally a dozen of these things for sale. One of the descriptions was definitely Admiral Ackbar quality:

Just thread onto the barrel and start cleaning.
Edit: and this one too:

This will allow you to save and recycle those smelly solvents used for cleaning your threaded barrels.
 

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So assuming you hit that with a big load of high pressure solvent, wouldn't it spray back out of the holes in the end?
 

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I've seen other ones like that which allow you to use a 20oz soda/ water bottle.

I think it was $20, I was considering getting one.
 

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I've seen other ones like that which allow you to use a 20oz soda/ water bottle.

I think it was $20, I was considering getting one.
IIRC those were serialized and registered as a suppressor. So to be legal, you're still paying the $200 tax stamp for a lackluster suppressor.
 

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im missing the boat on this one, can i borrow someones decoder ring?
its what appears to be an obvious bait/trap by ATF to nab people with unresistered NFA toys, simmilar to the "SU-press-on" auto sear you see in shotgun news.

Could be legit, most likely not, not getting near that shit myself
 

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well its seems su press on was NOT in fact a sting :laughing:
Shotgun news George Dodson(Guy selling DIAS)

In March 2010, a search warrant executed by the FBI in Clayton, Michigan, revealed that a militia-type organization known as the “Hutaree” was stockpiling weapons and planning an attack on law enforcement officers. Among the weapons found during the Hutaree search warrant were AR-15 assault weapons that had been converted from semi-automatic capability to fully automatic capability with the use of a Drop-In Auto Sear (DIAS). A DIAS is a small metal device, composed of four parts, that is used in converting a semi-automatic firearm into a fully automatic firearm (commonly referred to as a machinegun). DIASs are strictly regulated by Congress and are considered machineguns for purposes of the federal firearms laws (including both the National Firearms Act, $#@!le 26, United States Code, Sections 5861 et. seq. and the Gun Control Act, $#@!le 18, United States Code, Chapter 44 ). At least one of the DIASs used by the Hutaree was from “SU-PRESS-ON,” a company in Detroit, Michigan, that is owned and operated exclusively by George Arthur Dodson, III.

Further investigation into Dodson and SU-PRESS-ON revealed that Dodson advertised his DIASs in a popular firearms magazine and sold the DIASs using the mail. In March 2011, Dodson sold a DIAS to an undercover law enforcement officer who filled out the order form found in the firearms magazine. Despite selling these DIASs, Dodson was not a licensed firearms dealer or licensed firearms manufacturer. In August 2011, agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (“ATF”) obtained and executed search warrants on Dodson’s apartment, storage lockers, and vehicle. During the execution of the search warrants, agents found DIASs, evidence that Dodson manufactured DIASs from his apartment, records related to Dodson’s sales of DIASs dating back several years, hundreds of legal firearms, approximately eight non-DIAS machineguns, and a silencer.
 
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