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The State of Machine Gun Sales and an Interview with Midwest Tactical's Frank Goepfert

The State of Machine Gun Sales and an Interview with Midwest Tactical's Frank Goepfert
Stens, Thompsons, MG34s, M2 Carbines, M16s, MP5s, HK53, M3 Greaseguns, MACs, MP40s, UZIs, and FALs are just some of the machine guns in the vault at Midwest Tactical in Jasper, Missouri. If Frank doesn’t have something you want this week, it may show up next week, or just call him and may be able to find it for you.

Ownership of fully-automatic firearms, also called machine guns, in the United States is a far cry from what it was prior to the days of Al Capone, Baby Face Nelson, and the like nearly 100 years ago.

For those who haven’t been around that long, and aren’t aware of how things used to be, prior to 1934 one could buy a Thompson Submachine Gun from the ubiquitous Sears, Roebuck and Company catalog with no background check, transfer tax or registration. Having failed to secure significant military orders, the Auto Ordnance Company marketed this little marvel as a tool for criminal control on the ranch.

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