- Feb 1, 2007
- Dallas, Texas
- 00 4Runner | 02 919 | 87 XJ6 | 86 CB700SC
There are no Class III (full auto) Saigas in non-dealer civilian hands. Remember, no civilian may own a full-auto weapon made after 1986 unless they are a Federal firearms dealer/gunsmith or law enforcement.Hmm...I'm going to assume you missed pages 2-4.
To summarize. No. :lol:
Spectre, is your saiga full auto? That thing looks like a true beast. Home defense against a swat team! lol
Since the Saigas date back only to the 1990s, that's not going to happen. Even among the dealers and law enforcement that can have them (there are firms that convert them to full auto for the police here in the US), they're well over a couple of grand apiece.
So, no, my Saiga is not full auto... but like any semiauto, you can still bumpfire it and make it act like one - legally.
XDs typically go for between $400-$700 (depending on model, config, caliber, etc., etc.) at Bachman Pawn And Gun or other retail outlets. More towards the lower end of that scale. They come with two to five magazines, a basic holster, a double magazine holster, a cleaning rod, a case and a magazine loader.I'm looking at the XD sub-compact, and I'm liking A LOT. I've had some experience with 9mm and some larger calibers, and I like 9mm the best. The bi-tone model is sexy as hell. I also like the fact that its made in the USA!! edit: ok its made in croatia
They don't seem to have a price list on their site. Approx how much are these XD's?
IIRC, you're not 21 yet, but you're not prohibited from owning a pistol or carrying it in your car. You are just prohibited from buying it for yourself - a parent can buy the pistol and give it to you as a gift, legally.