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Old September 20th, 2011, 03:03 AM   #1
 
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RH Custom 10/22 auto trigger pack

Hi everyone,

I have a question regarding a full auto trigger pack for the ruger 10/22. I know there are trigger packs available from John Norrel, with the right paperwork, of course, i also know these trigger packs go for 9000.00 and up! which, IMO, is retarded.....

anyways, i see a company out of Sweden called RH Custom is offering a full auto trigger pack for around 450.00 US. My question is, does anyone know anyone who has purchased one of these? and if so, how do they like it? is it of good quality, and does it function well? Or, does anyone know where i can read a review of the RH Custom trigger pack? I cant seem to find one, but maybe there is one somewhere in a forum somewhere?

thanks for now guys.

GiNNz!



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Old September 20th, 2011, 04:42 AM   #2
 
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I wonder if its even available anymore or available in the U.S.? I found this web site but out of stock and says only if your a dealer within the EU?

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He isn't in the U.S. and No. It had to be registered in the us before 1986 to be legal. That is why machine gun prices go up every year. There are no new legal machine guns (in the U.S.).
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I don't know enough about Canada to even guess if you can get one there or not. I have enough trouble figuring out our laws with out a flow chart and slide rule.

Some one here used to make a stock that allowed the receiver to cycle under recoil. As the receiver moved back it removed the trigger from your finger. As the receiver moved back forward your finger would pull the trigger again. By the letter of the law it was legal. But by the intent of the law it was not. The ATF for a long time would commit to an answer on if it was legal. But I think in the long run they were shut down. I haven't heard about them in a long time.
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Found the stock I was talking about. It was the Akins. I also found a letter from they guy who made them. He said that the ATF (not an elected group) has decided (legislated) that his stock was illegal. While I agree that they are conforming to the intent of the law. They themselves are not Judges who interpret laws nor are they legislatures who write laws. They are a rogue agency with no checks and balance. Just my 2 cents.
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Ok I knew that the ATF himmed up Akins.. but this bump fire stock is still available..I have a buddy that has one I was not inpressed...I was fun to waste some ammo. to each his own. I will just stuck with my semi.....
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I spoke with the owner of RH Custom, and he said he was going to build more of the trigger groups soon. Im still looking for a review of them, or info from anyone who has bought one. he must have sold a bunch of them. ill keep looking. :-)
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To out of curiosity...what's the legal aspects of full auto in Canada?
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Oh, there's "lots of aspect"...... I believe one can apply for a restricted permit, and only shoot at approved range, in some cases, it can only be stored at an approved range/police storage. depending on the circumstances.
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I'd look more into the legal aspects and the whole acquisition part before getting too hung up on one in particular.
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yeah, in Canada here, the magic word is "GrandFathered"...... basically nothing "new" allowed..... almost everything is "Restricted", the S&W M&P 15/22, the new H&K .22 lr Mp5 variants and others..... its freaken retarded. basically the only "newer" offering that can be right out bought and possessed is the Ruger SR-22. I really wanted to buy the M&P 15/22 and H&K or GSG .22's...... but were not allowed to have fun. jeez, there just rim fire!!! viva la Hitler.
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To out of curiosity...what's the legal aspects of full auto in Canada?
I could be mistaken, but I dont think you can get a restricted license for full auto in Canada, they would be under the prohibited fire arm, you may be able to get a license to posses one if you had it before the legislation (1979), but I dont think they can even be taken to a range to be fired.

As a side note, if you own a fully auto that was grandfathered in, you cannot transfer it to another person either (unless they were already grandfathered), basically they are illegal, you cannot buy or posses them if you didnt have one before 1979.

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yeah, thats exactly what i gather....... our govt. takes things FAR TO FAR. Its absolutely ridiculous that we can't even buy a M&P 15/22, or any of the H&K .22 LR variants.... because of "how they look". based on that, ugly women should be "restricted"..... ;-)
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