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I wasn't comparing them in the sense of simplicity

This was his question-

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Can a handgun be made up from parts this easily?

I think he was wanting a simplicity comparison, or at least that's how I read it...
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There's an Outback II on it in the last pic, fits pretty nicely. On days that I plan to go through a lot of rounds I'll switch over to my Prodigy. I do want to pick up a Spectre and a Sparrow at some point in the near future, haven't started the ball rolling on those yet though. I'm kind of unmotivated with the time it is taking to get forms processed these days.

Well with the wait times I've been given on some backorders on barrels, a 6 week+ wait on a Form 4 I can live with. Plus it came at a killer price, $375

Couldn't pass it up.

I thought about a TS Cascade in Titanium as a guy is selling them for $250, but figure I didn't need a 2nd can in waiting at the moment.

I don't know of anyone with a Sparrow, too new

You happen to be around Texas and going to the suppressor shoot in may?
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Well with the wait times I've been given on some backorders on barrels, a 6 week+ wait on a Form 4 I can live with. Plus it came at a killer price, $375

Couldn't pass it up.

I thought about a TS Cascade in Titanium as a guy is selling them for $250, but figure I didn't need a 2nd can in waiting at the moment.

I don't know of anyone with a Sparrow, too new

You happen to be around Texas and going to the suppressor shoot in may?

Nice, that's a hell of a deal. I would jump on that in a heartbeat if my local guy had one in stock at that price. The TS offerings look pretty nice too, and with titanium you can use the old vinegar / hydrogen peroxide bath without worrying about screwing up your can as I'm sure you know. You'll probably end up with another .22 can once you get that first one out of the way!

I'm in Oregon right now, but I have been kicking around the idea of moving to Texas at some point. Kind of sketchy with the economy in the shitter and all but I think I'd like it there. Won't be going to the Texas shoot but I might go to the AAC silencer shoot later this year.
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1911's are one of those platforms you can do anything with. If you wanted to custom build a pistol, that'd be a good frame to do it in. 10/22 of course would work too.


I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?
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I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?

given enough time, money, and knowledge, just about anything can be done

with a quick once over, the main problem i would predict with some of the stuff on that guy's site are quality of parts, i mean he's talking about using pipe fittings for some of the pieces...
honestly, some of the stuff on this page, you couldn't get me to fire no matter how much money you paid me, i'd be too afraid of them blowing up in my face


edit: also, with no rifling on the barrels, expect accuracy to plummet
however, if you did what the nutjob in this thread did, and bought quality parts from various places, you should be able to build an unregistered gun
of course, you could always buy a legal gun, then go out for a pleasure cruise on your boat......
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I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?

It can be done.

With guns like AR's and 10/22's, there is only one serialized, registered part. Everything else is completely unregulated. So, all you would have to do is mill out the receiver to the proper specifications, add all the unregulated parts, and you are good to go.

Believe it or not it is actually legal to mill your own receiver for personal use and build a gun up with parts. Well actually in Cali who the fuck knows (can you even own a gun there anymore?) but on a federal level it is legal. I would love to have the equipment to be able to make my own receivers.
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I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?

It's legal to build your own firearm from scratch as long as it meets federal law.

I've seen it done with a hand drill, bolts, rivets and JB Weld.
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I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?

Even though I don't condone it for you since you are in Cali, my home built LEGAL Romanian AK is unregistered.
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I don't speak your rambo language so let me clarify. Is it relatively easy to build an unregistered firearm like this nut job seems to be doing: http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/index.shtml?

If so then how? I realize the building of such a device would be illegal, but I am curious to whether or not it can be done?

Well, if they are not kidding, I am avoiding that website like the plague.

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The great American hero (and history will vindicate his actions) Ted 'Unabomber' Kaczynski made this great little homemade pistol using nothing but hand tools in his remote cabin in the USA
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Yeah, it is a pretty sweet concept by TacSol to perm attach the shroud. Havenít seen anything like it from another manufacturer. It would be nice if they would make one for the GSG5, it would definitely make me want to pick one up if a barrel like that existed. Build one up and post

They come up with a lot of cool stuff. I still want a MKII or MKIII with one of their threaded uppers.

I can't afford it, my attention right now is buying this to build
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