James D. Julia Auctioneers
Rare Firearms Division
What to Consider When Buying a Machine Gun (part 2)
by John Keene, BATF Compliance/Inventory Manager & Class 3 Specialist

In the previous newsletter article we discussed the three kinds of machine gun purchaser/owners, and what motivates them. Once you know which category of buyer that you are in, this will help you focus on the type of gun that is right for you. In this article we will address what might be a good "first" machine gun for the shooting enthusiast. The assumption is that the would-be owner's important considerations are to have a gun that is reliable, relatively straightforward and easy to maintain, and takes readily obtainable ammunition.

Harrington and Richardson Reising Model 50 Machine Gun-Good Beginner's Machine Gun - Ruger AC-556 Machine Gun with Folding Stock has Much to Recommend it to the Beginner
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Iconic and Highly Desirable German WW 2 MG-42 Machine Gun - Truly Stellar Condition Nazi Marked ZB-26 Machine Gun

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