MACHINE GUNS FOR SALE
If you have ever looked into buying a MACHINE GUNS FOR SALE you have likely noticed the exorbitant prices. This is due to the Firearm Owners Protection Act passed on May 19, 1986.
Firearms already possessed Pre 1986 by civilians on Form 4s can still be transferred, but no additional machine guns can be transferred to civilians. In short, if it wasn’t on a Form 4 on May 19, 1986, it cannot be owned by a civilian. As any macro-economics 101 student can tell you, the machine gun supply has not been able to expand to meet demand. Because supply cannot expand, and is even contracting whenever a machine gun is destroyed, the price of available machine guns has continuously risen since May 19, 1986. If you want a machine gun, there is no time like the present to buy one.
The selection is always changing, with new models added weekly. Unique pieces like the British sten guns and the ever-popular UZI model provide gun collectors with an impressive variety to choose from.
The M16/AR-15 has been a favorite of the U.S. military since the Vietnam War as a likely competitor to the Viet Cong’s AK-47. Unlike previous weapons of choice, the M16 used a small-caliber cartridge, the .223 Rem that proved beneficial in close combat. The firearm has gone through many changes since its introduction. The Colt M16A2 Rifle is the new weapon of choice for the armed forces as it is lightweight and easy to use in combat.