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    The right of the people... I wish... look at what we can't buy!!

    http://renehild-tactical.ch/produkt-...iefeuerwaffen/

    This is a link to their full auto page. There are many more pages of drool-worthy stuff our government unconstitutionally denies from us.

    My the way, one Swiss Franc is about $1.02 so translating into US dollars is fairly straight up even plus a buck or so.

    I want that real deal Norinco 56-1 for about $1000!!!! Or that real deal AMD-65 for the same price!!! Or...........

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    Is that Switzerland? Full autos are banned. I'm way more happy with our laws as restrictive as they are but the prices are great. Wonder who they are marketing to?

    https://www.loc.gov/law/help/firearm...witzerland.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Simmons View Post
    Is that Switzerland? Full autos are banned. I'm way more happy with our laws as restrictive as they are but the prices are great. Wonder who they are marketing to?

    https://www.loc.gov/law/help/firearm...witzerland.php
    From what I read, and I may have read it incorrectly, it appears that full auto firearms are allowed IF the person is a current member of the militia. Upon leaving the militia, honorably, he may keep that weapon.

    However, no civilian, other than a militiaman who kept his firearm, is allowed to possess a full auto firearm, provided he took advantage of obtaining it during his military service. If he gave it up after he left the service, his cannot obtain one later.

    That's how I read it. The laws were a little hard to follow in places.
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