If you could choose any Class III


#1

If you could choose any class 3 firearm to have right now, no questions asked, what would it be?
I’d go with an old Sten MkII. It was just a neat gun that was the direct product of function over form, with plenty of history to go with it.


#2

And I may yet get one

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#3

so hate you if you do


#4

The Sten MKII would be my choice as well. Minute of bad guy accuracy combined with pure simplicity. Once you build the semi auto version you want the real thing.


#5

I’m going to be boring and just ask for a burst AR variant with free float barrel and a good trigger. If the trigger isn’t any good, then I wouldn’t care about the FA/Burst switch. A sub gun would be a good second choice, but I’m not completely sure which one I would want. I’ve fired a handful, and there’s a few others that I want to try.

I’m more interested in a quality trigger than firing multiple rounds per trigger press.

Machine guns are a ton of fun, but don’t interest me from a practicality (or ammo cost) aspect.


#6

how about the ability to abuse any AR you want?


#7

Yeah, there’s a few products out there like that. That certainly would be really cool.

Also would alleviate some of the concerns about wear and tear and breakages. I watched a video of a squib destroy a FA M-16 during a mag dump. That lower… just gone… so sad.


#8

A fully auto model 1921 “Tommy gun” with a 45 cal suppressor, or integrally suppressed barrel.


#9

Assuming I still get to keep my current machine guns, I would want to add a

Ulitimax
Ameli
CMG-2


#10

The first full auto I shot was a Thompson with my dad for my 13th birthday. What an awesome gun.


#11

This is SUPER EASY for me. Except no substitutes!


#12

What about ammo for that beast @Mister_Torgue?


#13

Pfft, details details… :thinking:


#15

For me I would pick a Inkunzi PAW!


#16

No worries @Mister_Torgue the ammo is 70-75 cents a round and is available.


#17

They are a blast!


#18

BMW obviously pays very well,

my jealousy runs deep


#19

I am incredibly jealous.


#20

@ThisOldGun

  1. BMW does not pay well. They pay OK. I stay for the people I work with. Otherwise I would have taken one of Tesla’s offers.
  2. It’s only a parts kit with a solid aluminum upper. I don’t want to cut up our history making it a real firearm or pay the government an extra $200 for a SBR tax stamp.
    Now the HK G3A4… that one is going straight to the mill as soon as I get some garage time.

#21

Jelly Bryce is awesome. I think my favorite law man is Captain Frank Hammer of the Texas Rangers.


He carried a Smith and Wesson model 1905 “the first M&P” and the Remington model 8.