So you want to buy a machine-gun


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Contrary to popular thought, individual ownership of fully-automatic firearms, suppressors and short-barrel rifles and shotguns is not only legal, it’s growing in popularity.

Given their prices, many of these firearms qualify as investment-grade guns.

There are hundreds of thousands of legally registered, individually-owned machine-guns on the federal registry, but you don’t need all the fingers on both hands to count the number that have ever been used in the commission of a crime.

Ownership of “Class III” firearms has always been a somewhat confusing process.

To cut through the BS and debunk the myths and misconceptions, our good friends at Aegis Tactical are offering a free seminar on purchasing Class III firearms, and establishing an NFA Trust.

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Here’s the info:

Are you interested in Fully Automatic Guns, Silencers or Short Barreled Rifles? Are you thinking of opening a Firearms Trust? If so our FREE seminar on Saturday, November 2nd at 11:00am is for you.

On Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 11:00am Aegis Tactical will be hosting a FREE seminar on how to purchase a Class III (NFA) firearm and set up a firearms trust.

During this seminar Attorney Lauren M. Przybyla will be talking about the benefits of a firearms NFA Trust and process to set one up.

We will also have a NFA specialist present to discuss the policy and procedures on purchasing a Class III firearm.

Space is limited so you must preregister for this free seminar. email or call us today at (941)755-1610.


About Author

Lee Williams can’t remember a time in his life when he wasn’t shooting. Before becoming a journalist, Lee served in the Army and worked as a police officer. He’s earned more than a dozen journalism awards as a reporter, and three medals of valor as a cop. He is an NRA-certified law enforcement firearms instructor, an avid tactical shooter and a training junkie. When he’s not busy as a senior investigative reporter, he is usually shooting his AKs, XDs and CZs. If you don’t run into him at a local gun range, you can reach him at 941.284.8553, by email, or by regular mail to 1777 Main St., Sarasota, FL 34236. You can follow him on Twitter: @HT_GunWriter and on Facebook @The Gun Writer.


  1. I’ve always known they were legal to own. There is just one obstacle for the average person. The $25,000 or more to buy one. I don’t have a problem with the $200 Tax Stamp and all the other fees and the up to 1 year wait for the Feds to say OK. I *might* go through the hassle just to get a suppressor, but even those aren’t really cheap. A good one will cost more than the AR I’m buying.

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