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Discussion in 'HardForum Tech News' started by AlphaAtlas, Oct 3, 2018.
You can pay a SOT for an FFL for yourself.
If you want to see more of this girl shooting, look at this. I direct your attention to the 1:50 mark;
Not saying it can't be done, just that it has to be done right.
Best way to think of trackpoint or similar systems is that they are digital spotters. In standard long range sniping, you basically acquire target/range/etc then the spotter runs the ballistic calculations, gives you the corrections, and you re-acquire with the target with the right calculations.
Volley fire is not a machine gun per ATFE
Very cool, that must have been quite humbling, was it super accurate?
It's possible it was using a built in Laser Range Finder for this, hence the designation then reticle drop as it worked out the distance + bullet drop.
I'm wondering if it's possible to do it without the strict designation..
It's quite neat how a computer can be programmed to replace a brain or two for a specific task.
And yes this isn't a new idea but still something that would be useful for this technology, especially if the firing platform isn't as stable.
What is "volley fire"? Do you have a definition?
I searched the ATF's website for "volley fire" and "volley" with no luck. I also look at the firearm classification document and didn't find the reference.
Edit, one should keep in mind that this guy says his rifle is "theoretically" capable of a rate of fire of 250 rounds a second so ........
The ATF may not define this weapon as a volley gun.
My understanding without a specific definition is that you are referencing something like this;
If so, keep in mind that this weapon is manually loaded like a derringer.
It's when you have a firearm with multiple barrels and you fire two or more simultaneously. Though this design can conceivably do both fully-automatic fire and volley fire, the prototype might not in order to avoid paying the SOT.
Although I hadn't thought of volley fire, I see what you are saying and agree with your statements. It remains, we don't have the details to know if there is a legal issue or not.
From a 2013 ATF letter. Then again, their opinions change like the wind.
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