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Northern Arizona Dry Creek Machine gun Shoot 2003

All machine guns and artillery pieces featured in this video are legally owned by US Civilians permitted to do so. The permit process covers a very in depth back ground check performed by the BATFE and the local Commanding Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) must all sign off on the Form 4 paperwork. All machine guns (any firearm that fires more than one round of ammunition with one pull [or activation action] of the trigger) are Class 3 firearms, meaning they must be sold through a Class 3 FFL (Class 3 Federal Firearms Licensed gun store, licensed to buy, sell and trade such firearms). They cost anywhere from $2,500 to several hundred thousand dollars depending on the supply and demand. Most machine guns cost in the $7,500 to $30,000 range. The importation of and selling of newly manufactured Class 3 firearms has been halted since 1986. All legal machine guns on the Class 3 Civilian "transfe



Added: Oct-26-2009 
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Tags: Northern, Arizona, Dry, Creek, Machine, gun, Shoot, 2003
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