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I have a couple different versions of the MP5K (PDW). Basically they are all 9mm, and have different trigger groups- from SEF to Navy (as shown) to burst groups with semi and full auto.
Give a call if you would like to see one. Office 413-698-2345 or direct 413-329-7249.

 

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Hey u can't post pornography on this site! that is beautiful. I prefer the MP5SD though- thats my girl!
 

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The K to a department starts at $900goes up to about $1100 with all the bells and whistles.
The K to an individual would have to be transferable, so figure a converted sp89 or sear gun...maybe $13,000.
The KSD about $17,000 as it's a real K with a factory SD...an aftermarket...about $15,000

Just out of curiosity... how much $$$?

Mrs. Jeep would never let my buy one anyway
 

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The $1000 gun is a post sample machine gun...availible to law enforcment agencies, not individual officers. Your department can order them...and issue them to you or for your car but you can't "keep it"....
The $13,000 one is a gun with no restrictions...anyone who can legally own a machine gun can own one.

here's my "faq"

http://www.cqbarms.com/faq.html
 

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Living in MA has nothing really to do with it. A person can own a Machine gun in MA.

How can it go from $1,100 to $13,000 ?!?!?! :shock:
You live in Mass. Sorry.
Your right, a person can. Its nearly impossible, but a person can. I've got nearly a dozen friends in mass trying to get a green endorsement.

I have one friend in mass, that was successful, after proving to the state he was a bonified collector.

Vs, friends in New Hampshire that have absolutely no problem. Also, the firearms up there are a lot cheaper than in mass. I dunno about the MP5, because you have the whole machine gun act of.. (1932?) or whatever, so I'm not sure how that affects it. But I know a lot of guys with full auto M16's that are in the under 2k price range.

Whats the law on the newer full auto guns for civiilan use (federally) ? Doesnt the federal machine gun act restrict the sale of them to civilians?
 

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Out this way lots of folks have their green card. It seems it depends on the town you ive in. As well MA requires that you have a C&R FFL first (at least now they do).
So I would say if you want an green card, get a C&R FFL ($30) and then apply for the MG license.

There are several issues, no machine gun is going ot be cheaper based on location.
Check out my FAQ. If they have $2000 AR15/M16's those are just expensive post samples and really can't be owned by individuals. A transferable M16/AR15 is minimum $10K, a premay dealer sample (only dealers and LE agencies can own) $4000, a post may (dealers with LE letter or LE Agencies) $900.

http://www.cqbarms.com/faq.html

Living in MA has nothing really to do with it. A person can own a Machine gun in MA.

How can it go from $1,100 to $13,000 ?!?!?! :shock:
You live in Mass. Sorry.
Your right, a person can. Its nearly impossible, but a person can. I've got nearly a dozen friends in mass trying to get a green endorsement.

I have one friend in mass, that was successful, after proving to the state he was a bonified collector.

Vs, friends in New Hampshire that have absolutely no problem. Also, the firearms up there are a lot cheaper than in mass. I dunno about the MP5, because you have the whole machine gun act of.. (1932?) or whatever, so I'm not sure how that affects it. But I know a lot of guys with full auto M16's that are in the under 2k price range.

Whats the law on the newer full auto guns for civiilan use (federally) ? Doesnt the federal machine gun act restrict the sale of them to civilians?
 
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