automatic firearm

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Synonyms for automatic firearm

a firearm that reloads itself and keeps firing until the trigger is released

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per capita income, a handgun would fetch $4,800, a semi-automatic $9,500 and a fully automatic firearm $19,000.
or write to 48, Old Liverpool automatic firearm - and a hunting knife.
Automatic firearm volley and shots are heard, villagers told AKIpress.
To purchase a fully automatic firearm, one must first get special permission from the ATF.
It was committed in a public street during daytime and involved an automatic firearm.
But, without exception, every currently available fully automatic firearm uses a feeding device or mechanism that violates CITY 55.
Army general John Thompson, who designed a concealable, lightweight, fully automatic firearm that one individual could operate.
Since the only purpose of the bump-fire stock is to increase a rifles rate of fire to perform like an automatic firearm, it is an end-around way of skirting safety laws already in place for decades.
A SECURITY officer at a Category A jail was seized at work by police after an automatic firearm was found at his home.
Police said an automatic firearm was used in the targeted attack although only forensic testing of the eight bullets recovered from the family home will reveal if a semi-automatic handgun or machine pistol was used.
The firearm can readily be converted from a semi-automatic firearm into an automatic firearm.
We believe the weapon used was an automatic firearm, and we are doing a full forensic recovery at the house from bullets lodged in the window frames and from the fascia of the house.
Up to six houses were raided in the Moyross area on Saturday afternoon and one automatic firearm and ammunition were seized.
However, if this person wants to transfer the magazine to another gunowner, it will have to registered as if it were a fully automatic firearm.
threaded barrel; second pistol grip; barrel shroud; capacity to accept a detachable magazine at some location outside of the pistol grip; or semiautomatic version of an automatic firearm.
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