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    New "Ghost Gun" about to be born!

    I just got this parts kit. It is an M11/9, semi-auto 9mm clone of the infamous MAC 10 that the anti's love to hate on. They've gotta hate this one even more since it has no paper trail and has never even been inside a gun store!

    M11_9kit.jpg

    This is legal because the part that would be serialized and tracked doesn't exist yet; I've got to build it myself in my own backyard shop!
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    Nice, who makes the kit?
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    Nice! That sure is spooky. Please let us know how it shoots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borneo View Post
    Nice, who makes the kit?
    Velocity, in Minnesota. https://www.velocityfirearms.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911garand View Post
    Nice! That sure is spooky. Please let us know how it shoots.
    Will do. I have to order some 4130 sheet steel to make the side plates, so it will be a few days.
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    Expect loud knocking immediatly before the door caves in at 3:00 AM some morning.

    Or they may just come through the wall demanding to see the product of your skill.
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    Hey WECSOG, that's cool. Thanks for sharing that. I've built a few similar items but longer. I'd love to do a pistol but due to Michigan's pistol registration, why build then have to register it? I want to do a TM 1911 but it will wait. Now here's another one I won't do until I move out of here which I'm hoping 2016 is the year. Wyoming's laws are very 2A friendly. Despite concerns, governor signs gun bill | Wyoming News | billingsgazette.com

    My wife and I are seriously considering Wyoming for many reasons and this is one of them. Build suppressors at home and no tax stamps needed, what's not to like?

    Nice Find
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    I've been to Wyoming a few times on camping trips and such, and it is absolutely one of my favorite states.
    Michigan is a pretty nice state, but it's infused with big city politics. Wyoming doesn't have any big cities.
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    I have a MPA 930SST with my octane 45 and a 3 lug qd set up on it. Its a blast. We put a ATN xsight on it for sheets and grins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WECSOG View Post
    Michigan is a pretty nice state, but it's infused with big city politics. Wyoming doesn't have any big cities.
    Exactly! We're like new York and iIllinois but not quite to those extremes where you have a big liberal city that overruns the entire state's politics.

    Fortunately Detroit keeps getting smaller. But I can't wait long enough for it to implode. We bail out Detroit for their budget woes, now we are bailing out flint both of which are very liberal.

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