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Spitfire Carbine (Machine Gun)

Spitfire Carbine (Machine Gun)
Classification

Machinegun

Distinctive Characteristics

Can be fired fully automatic by manipulation of safety lever during firing of weapon.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00


Colt M16, Model 614, 5.56mm Machine Gun

Colt M16, Model 614, 5.56mm Machine Gun
Classification

Machinegun

Distinctive Characteristics

Selective fire weapon as manufactured by Colt for the U.S. Military, law enforcement, and off shore sales. May encounter various model designations along with “Property of U.S. Gov’t.”

Special Note

Semi-automatic version designated Model SP1, .223 caliber, with a two position selector.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00


Ingram M-1O, .45cal. Machine Gun

Ingram M-1O, .45cal. Machine Gun
Classification

Machinegun

Distinctive Characteristics

Selector lever on left side of receiver permits either full or semi-automatic fire.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00


RPB Industries, SM-1O 9mm Converted Pistol with Silencer

RPB Industries, SM-1O 9mm Converted Pistol with Silencer
Classification

Machinegun and Silencer

Distinctive Characteristics

Full automatic fire. Internal components altered to allow automatic fire only. Sionics Type Kit Silencer attached.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00 – Machine Gun; $200.00 – Silencer

Identification of Firearms Within the Purview of the National Firearms Act

Foreword

This publication was prepared by the Firearms Technology Branch to help you in identifying weapons classified as firearms (including destructive devices) under Title 26. This may also be cited as the “National Firearms Act.” This guide acts as an aid in identifying types of firearms and destructive devices which must be registered with ATF under the national firearms act (title II of the gun control act of 1968).