Semi-auto Weapons

© Brooke Clarke 2016

Background
Description
Bayonets
Related
References
Links

Background 

These are all California legal as of 2016 and can be registered in 2017 as assault weapons.  This means removing some restrictions that apply in 2016 for some of them.

Description

Sterling Mk 4 (L2A3) (Wiki)

Testing started in 1944 but it was put into service starting in 1953.
L2A3: (Sterling Mark 4) Adopted in 1956. Last regular version in service with the British Army, Royal Marines and RAF Regiment.
9mm 7.7" barrel.  So in California this is a semi-auto pistol, so the stock mounting ears have been cut off so it is not classified as a short barreled rifle.
There is a metal vane welded into the receiver which prevents installing the full auto bolt, so is a semi-auto, not a full auto.

Three parts kits purchased and the best bits used for the re-welding operation.

Fig 1

Sterling Mk 4 (L2A3)


Fig 2

Sterling Mk 4 (L2A3)



Tavor SAR (Wiki)

Made in Pennsylvania rather than Israel because of gun laws.  Made to be semi-automatic.  0.223 caliber.

Fig 1
Tavor SAR



Fig 2
Tavor SAR




Steyr AUG (Wiki)

Designed in the 1960s. 0.223 caliber, but they are also made in NATO 7.62x51
Fig 1
Steyr AUG
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Steyr AUG
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Steyr AUG
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Steyr AUG
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Steyr AUG


SIG stgw57 (Wiki)

Also known as the SIG 510.  Used by from 1957 up to 1990.  Replaced by the SIG SG 550 (Wiki).
The long arm assigned to every able bodied man in Sweden.
7.5x55 (Wiki) Swiss caliber.
Fig 1
SIG
                      stgw57
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                      stgw57
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SIG
                      stgw57
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SIG
                      stgw57
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SIG
                      stgw57
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SIG
                      stgw57
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SIG
                      stgw57
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                      stgw57
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Bayonets (Wiki)

The bottom two bayonets in Fig 1 were made by Ontario Knife Co.
All of them fit the M-16 family of rifles.

Fig 1
Bayonets
M7 (Wiki)





M9 (Wiki)
NSN: 1095-01-227-1739
TM9-1005-237-15P
TM9-1005-237-23&p





OKC 3S (Wiki)
NSN: 1095-01-521-6087

20050015998 Bayonet having a serrated edge and a balanced positioning access point, Nicholas Trbovich, Kathlyn Green, Priority: Jun 12, 2003, Pub:  Jan 27, 2005 applies to the OKC 3S

4821356 Military bayonet and scabbard, Charles A. Finn, Apr 18, 1989 - applies to the M9 - cuts not only wire but also packing strap

3076280 Means for removably securing a bayonet to a rifle, Johannes Bervoets, Staatsbedrijf Artillerie Inric, FIled: Mar 30, 1961, Pub: Feb 5, 1963 -

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References


Links

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