How To Buy A Machine Gun Legally

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Commissar Gamza : There is only 1 gun law in the U.S. the 2nd Amendment!

KhanSeb : As a non American, it's a very interesting video to watch. Thanks for it !

GunQuickie : I was not of age before the cut off date in 1986, therefore I had NO opportunity to register a fully automatic firearm. THIS IS AGEISM AND IS DISCRIMINATION. #ILLEGAL

s Can : Australia in general thinks Americans can pop down to Walmart and pick up a free machine guns with a pair of jeans. Stupid people. Thanks for the vid!

the308capital : And that folks is why the bumpfire stock sells so well.

Jack Nedry : Aren’t all gun laws unconstitutional?

BIOFILTER : Ya know when I'm thinking about robbing a bank or worse, I always make sure my machine gun is legal first

ESTE D : This is America realistically if they find a full auto in grandpa's attic they keepin it and not saying shit.

Aaron Reichert : I'm sure the criminals always follow all of these steps...

Jacob Staten : There is a special place in Hell for William Hughes.

Foster Rich : "No sporting purpose"? So they fail to realize that the 2nd amendment is in place not so we can hunt or target shoot, but to resist a potentially tyrannical government.

Everace : now we need "how to buy a machine gun illegally"

Cameron Bartlett : Yea it’s pretty upsetting my rights were violated before I was born.. it’s funny how this didn’t stop criminals from killing people but stops me from owning full auto.

Cosmic : Wow, so you have to go through all this just to own a gun that has one extra firing mode? Not worth it in my opinion. Also if a pro gun president is elected I might start a petition to repeal all this BS. Would anyone be willing to sign it?

Leo U. : In germany we are not allowed to use Full auto Airsoft guns only semi or manual

bigchunk1 : Can we just get rid of this law?

Laurent Rinceanu : aaaaaaand now I'm on an FBI watchlist

Steven K : Oh so the average American can't have a full auto but those who sign these laws in have people who protect them with full autos. So fair

Michael Weston : Repeal the NFA!

Kanye West : Not illegal if they can't find it (<.>)

SBwingman : The sad and diabolically clever thing about this: Now people who own these guns would be AGAINST repealing the 1986 FOPA because it would cause their investment to INSTANTLY depreciate! That makes my blood boil.

Forge North : I love it how people worship Ronald Regan when he has removed more important rights then Obama could ever dream of

MrChuckwagon55 : Ted Cruz said if he's elected he will get rid of the NFA.

James Cornman : The NFA, gun import ban, and the Hughes amendment are a load of BS and unconstitutional

retrobeats : to repeal the NFA would be a massive win for the 2nd ammendment

LevelFourTea : tbh I believe that any form of guncontrol is unconstitutional.

Michael Prouty : WAIT... Social media and the Newscasters tell me ALL THE TIME that I can just go online and order "full auto assault weapons and machine guns" and even "High Capacity 30 Caliber Clips" and have them send to right my door without a background check or anything. Has my life been a LIE?!?!? Darth Vader for president! :P

Lois Lane : Am I lucky. I have a M249 made in 1879.

Wingchun : Constitutional Carry!!! It is out *RIGHT!!!!* Purchase *ANY* firearm!!! It is our *RIGHT!!!*

Zen Jon : So you're telling me that the most gun control measures were signed into law by...Republicans? That's weird!

Elliot Axelman : Sorry, couldn't watch the whole thing. It's too sad to hear how many infringements we actually have... And how few people care that the second amendment has been repealed.

Cobalt : To make this short! Unless you have money to burn, you're not going to have a machine gun...not a legal one any way. I guess the only criminals are the working class =/

Gonçalo Coelho : then ban then 86 gun act

Faggerest : So where can i get one of these assault style semi-auto automatic black polymer military grade weapon high capacity clip hunting rifles?

hal900x : It still amazes me that we look at Reagan as a conservative hero. He signed the single worst piece of gun legislation in our country's history. Not to mention all his other lousy policies like illegally selling arms to Iran. Conservatives today are far closer to the real thing.

Izaak Bookwalter : We're meant to keep a well regulated militia with semi autos. Against a government with full autos.

FlyingGrunt28 : I met a AK-103 that identifies as a 1807 musket and is transmanufactured so he was created in 1807, not 2001. #checkyourprivilege

greenrover10 : Do you think the ban will ever be repealed?

digital1911 : I have an SBR and a suppressor from my trust paperwork. I actually use my sbr/can for hunting hogs.

Russ Powell : 83 down thumbs? must be done by anti-gun zaeliots

l 4 : I think these legislation are unconstitutional.

ren butt : the law should be: if the police can own it, we can own it.

Flakes : This is why we all should start voting libertarian ;)

Robert : I seriously don't see the big deal about having machine guns.. I mean whats the worst that can happen?

There is hair on your screen : I’d be happy with a 9mm... I live in the uk...

Mr. Hyde : step 1: buy it done. if you live in the U.S. it's perfectly legal to buy any weapon you wish. beurocrats can't stop the Constitution. sure they'll fight you but it's always legal

Mr matt : but a criminal can spend a few hours and convert theirs

MrHeraclioFournier : These laws must be repealed.

Corinthian : I read an article somewhere that said Trump will repeal the Hughes Amendment once he gets inaugurated. Here's to hoping he'll do that, improved gun rights will probably be the only good thing he'll do.

DarkMatterX1 : All gun laws are unconstitutional garbage. The second amendment is the only place in the entire document that the framers saw fit to include outright exclusionary language with references to infringement. 1A - Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. 2A - A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed 3A - No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 4A - The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects,  against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. And on and on in that fashion. No other Amendment contains language as strong prohibiting government interference with the exercise of a right. The Second doesn't just say that "congress shall make no law", or that the right "shall not be violated unless [specifically prescribed and enumerated just cause]..." It flat out says the right may not be infringed upon. It makes clear government has *_no power at all_* to even think about maybe having an idea that possibly they could if the notion struck them to very minimally act against weapon ownership. It expressly forbids them from infringing on the ownership of arms from everybody forever. All gun laws are unconstititional. Every single one of them. Permits. Licenses. Background checks. Magazine capacity limits. Transfer taxes. Prohibition on classes of people. Storage laws. Any law which contains any language regarding arms - not just guns, but any sort of arms - are flat out unconstitutional. Retort to the inevitable - "hurr durr what about muh tanks, submarines and nukular bombs? Checkmate dumb gun guy." The Constitution grants the Congress the power to issue letters of marque and reprisal. These are the equivalent to letters patent, or other deputizing authorization papers under common law. These were papers issued to private citizens, by act of congress, to *_use their own PERSONAL WARSHIPS_* to levy war against America's enemies. "No free man shall be debarred the use of arms." - Thomas Jefferson. Not guns. Arms. All of them. "Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man against his own bosom? Congress have no power to disarm the militia. *_Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American._* The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people." - Tench Coxe, 1788