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NSR500
11-12-2007, 2:47 PM
They say you learn something new everyday... I for one just did because I never knew someone made a full auto 10/22. I for one would still spend the money on an RDIAS or an HK sear.
http://www.autoweapons.com/photos05/aug/1126norrel.jpg

virulosity
11-12-2007, 2:58 PM
Pretty much all 10/22's are full auto if you use the wrong ammo ;)

Toolbox X
11-12-2007, 3:41 PM
I always really wanted a full auto 10/22. That was until I got my AR-22. Now I want a M16 lower to shoot .22 full auto. Dang I hate this state.

AJAX22
11-12-2007, 9:24 PM
I've seen some video's online of some interesting full auto converted 10/22's that were dealer samples. As near as I could tell, they simply took a muzzlelite stock and an electronic paintball firecontroll group and mounted the electronics inside the stock so that it was a variable rate/programable burst gun. I think it tooka bout 200$ worth of over the counter parts...

If the 86 ban was lifted tomorrow, I suspect a large number of new full auto guns would have electornic rate controll systems. the paintball guys already know how the electronic FCG's work.

NeoWeird
11-12-2007, 9:31 PM
The one pictured is a John Norrell conversion group. You can tell by the anti-bounce weight and the fact that it fires from a closed bolt. There are a handful of other conversions out there but most are open bolt or don't use the anti-bounce weight.

John Norrell had the foresight to mass produce his units and then store them. He releases a handful or so every year for ~$10k a piece. Not a bad investment.

GSequoia
11-12-2007, 10:16 PM
If it were a legal option I'd rock a full auto 10/22 with a 100 round magazine.

After all, it's only .22LR ;)

Nefarious
11-13-2007, 5:02 AM
If it were a legal option I'd rock a full auto 10/22 with a 100 round magazine.

After all, it's only .22LR ;)

So would I... that would be pretty fun to burn through .22 on full auto.
Could you immagine a day that we were missing cheap .22lr?

blackberg
11-13-2007, 6:30 AM
So would I... that would be pretty fun to burn through .22 on full auto.
Could you immagine a day that we were missing cheap .22lr?

Yeah, we should start stocking up on the cheal .22lr before its too late,

the way things are goin we might be paying 20 or $25 a brick next year:cool2:

NSR500
11-13-2007, 9:04 AM
Yeah, I was real tempted last night at WalMart because .22 is so cheap and fun.

QuarterBoreGunner
11-13-2007, 9:04 AM
Waaaaaaaay back when (late 80's) I had the pleasure of attending several of the "Best in the West" SWAT competitions held at the Santa Clara SO's range. There was a dealer from Calico there once that had selectfire versions of the .22 and the 9mm carbines for demo purposes. Remember Calico? Funky helical drum magazines? Held either 50 or 100 rounds? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calico_M100)
Man, a hundred round full auto .22 is the cats meow. You can write your name with it in the dirt. Stupid fun.