The first is .223 or 5.56 Nato basically the same round for this discuss,these are not .22 round, they are the round the millarty uses. They are also pistol, if you put a butt stock on these with out a Form 1 tax stamp, you go to jail for a very long timers25.com said:Okay, so I am a n00b when it comes to assult weapons/machine guns, and I would love someone to educate me on these Rock River pieces:
Okay, so looking at these, they are pretty much identical. However, I can't tell, but it appears that these are .22's (basically) so they use small, cheap rounds, right? Also, it appears that the .223 has a 30-round clip:
The 9mm uses Uzi 32 round mags that have been modifiedrs25.com said:http://www.rockriverarms.com/item-detail.cfm?ID=AR0116LE30RD&storeid=1&image=06mags.gif&CFID=12326761&CFTOKEN=15748374
But the 9mm doesn't? Why not?
A2 has a non removable carry handle, a4 has a flatop for mounting optics also a4 doesn't have a front sight, the optional quad raid is pictured in the a4,rs25.com said:So I'm looking, and one is an A2 and one is an A4. Is the only difference the sights?
What is the "Optional quad rail free float?" It looks like that is what you hold the barrel with, right? Or do you hold the clip with your other hand?
add a stock and go to jailrs25.com said:I notice that none of these seem to have buttstocks, so I have to pick up one in addition to the price of the weapon? Such as:
These are semi, Full Auto requires ATF approval and a pre 1986 part.rs25.com said:Finally, are these fully-auto, or just semi? If auto, are they legal in VA? I saw the ATF guidelines but couldn't clearly make out if they were legal. It says basically I can't own one for committing a crime (well, duh!) or some oddly worded crap.
very expensive $15000