Converting toys into ATF regulated firearms

“With minimal work, it can be converted into a machine gun.”
– ATF Guy (cousin of DEA Guy)

EDIT:  Now I’m curious how close these airsoft rifles are to bona fide receivers. Very interesting to see how federal money is being spent.

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3 Comments on “Converting toys into ATF regulated firearms”

  1. March 1, 2010 at 4:31 pm #

    If they are so readily converted, and cheap, maybe the ATF should recommend their source to the DOD.

  2. Johannes Axner
    March 23, 2010 at 4:57 am #

    having handled some GBB airsoft rifles I am confident that they are pretty much impossible to convert to real assault rifles with replacing pretty much all the working parts, receiver and barrel. With the same reasoning, any set of rifle stock with forearm is easily converted to an AR-15.

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  1. SayUncle » ATF and Airsoft Again - March 1, 2010

    […] Here’s a video of an ATF agent implying anyone can easily convert one of these. You’ll note Mr. ATF agent inserts the magazine backwards. And these are the guys ruling on technical aspects of firearms. Then he says that with minimal work they can be converted to a machine gun. […]

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