now there's a 110 rd drum for 1022 rifle

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    notice the handcranked method of getting legal "machinegun like' rates of fire.
     
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    I am not a very knowledgeable guy when it comes to guns, but isn’t that a great way to fuck up a riffle? If I’m wrong, let me know.
     
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    Actually, it is. High rate of fire on your average civilian weapon will result in the barrel overheating after 70 rounds or so, which causes the gun to jam.
     
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    I expect a flood of liberals to storm this thread in favor of making/keeping this thing legal given that it most certainly is not used by regular military units, making it NOT a "weapon of war."
     
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    No, but Trump said he was going to ban bump stocks, and those hand crank things that make the gun have a higher rate of fire.

    That is what makes this weapon illegal.
     
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    I'm glad. About time our mass murderers started using something truly effective to inflict mass casualties, just like Tim McVeigh.
     
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    this is not illegal (as of yet). neither is the bumpfire stock or the crank mechanism. Overheating a .22 doesn't hurt it. there's no temper in a .22lr barrel. you can shave pieces off of them with a good knife. if you keep spraying WD40 onto it and into the chamber, you can keep it talking for quite a while.
     
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    My 10/22 is one of my favorite guns. But spraying 100 rounds seems ridiculous to me. I would like to see someone shoot accurately while cranking that handle.
     
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    depends upon what you call "accurately". Did you know that the M60 belt fed, on continuous fire, wont stay in a tighter group than 3 FEET at a mere 50m? :) From prone, with bipod, I can put most of a 20 rd crank "burst" on a man's torso at 100 yds with a 1022 and the crankfiring device. That takes just 1 1/4 second. If all you've got to fight with is a silenced .22lr, burst firing can be a big help. It can easily make rioters and looters decide that they really should go someplace else and be quick about doing so.
     
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    A suppressed .22? Ok, so you spend as much on the suppressor (including the tax stamp) as you do on the rifle?

    So you have one of the crank devices? I guess shooting prone it would make a difference. But from a prone position, I can reliably make a head shot at 100 yards. There is virtually no recoil, so I could put 3 or 4 shots on a torso and still have 16 or 17 rounds in the mag.

    As for what I call "accurately", with a .22 I expect to be able to hit cans at 50 yards.

    As for the suppressor, I'll spend that money on more ammo.
     

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