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I know there is a few here have full auto's. can one or all of you help me find a price for a FNC PARA .223 FULL AUTO?\

 
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Thanks CF. Thats just what I was looking for.
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Do you think it is worth it and is a good rifle?
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NFA items have always been a sound investment, I do not think it is a good deal if you plan to shoot it.  If you want a shooter is would make more sense to buy a transferable drop in auto sear for an AR-15.

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FNC's rock! They are also hard on firing pins. 
 
If you are serious about a rock and roller get a BAR, 1919, MP-5, Thompson,  MP-40, Sten, UZI or MG-34.  Those you can get parts for those.  They wear better than most of the other guns.
 
I think Knob Creek is next weekend.  If you are going to pay money for a Rock and Roller then that is a must.
 
PM Belt Fed,  that is his neighborhood.  Ask him about Moonlite BBQ too. 
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