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    Please Tell Me About Medea M3A1 Grease Gun

    There is a thread about the Medea M3A1 Grease Gun. The other thread, the OP wants it locked. I would like to know more about these. Are these registered machineguns, SBRs, Title I? Please let me know.

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    They are registered receivers that were Mfg by Medea in the early 80s.
    They have to be welded together with a parts kit.
    Just like other sheet metal receivers once they are bent they become a receiver.
    Seems like a SOT is stirring the pot and making this a pain for the buyer of the gun.


    He is still around selling off his collection.
    http://www.vmsk.com/jnet/med/index.html

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    Lock it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benaj View Post
    He is still around selling off his collection.
    http://www.vmsk.com/jnet/med/index.html
    Let's just say that page is years out of date and he likely doesn't have much or any of that left.

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    6 years ago completed GG

    http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...Gun-Medea-Corp

    Jolague is this the gun in question or another one you had built in 2019 ?
    http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...dea-quot-Build

    Unfinished shells. ( betcha there are still some for sale )
    http://www.vmsk.com/jnet/med/Parts%2...Gun/index.html

    Just a quick 5 minute search.

    Appears many have been finished and even a previous one by Jolague unless it's the same gun still being finished 2 years later.
    I could see being pretty pissed off if I had one built and some asshat was giving me the " I know it all and I know what's good for you line of shit." on a 2nd build.

    There is a whole lot more info in these out there just need to look for it.

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    Thank you.

    Scott

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    I ended up getting one of the last shells he sold 2 years ago. Having Mr. Andrewski finishing it up for me at this very moment. Mine according to him was a bit , "rough" which was a hint as expensive.

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