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Manufactured using a South African-made Vector Arms UZI as the base, the HR 4332 was among the final generation of fully transferrable American machine guns, manufactured shortly before the Firearm Owners Protection Act (aka House Resolution 4332) went into effect making it among the last fully transferrable machine guns manufactured in the United States. The receiver is devoid of the barrel ring and bolt block that would normally prevent installation of military configuration components, and the item is currently fitted with a military-contour SMG barrel, a smooth-sided bolt , an unmarked receiver cover with ratcheting cocking handle, and a full auto trigger group with "A R S" markings. The grips are ribbed, comes with two sets of fore grips, it has steel folding stock and one magazine. This is a fully transferable submachine gun and is in excellent condition.
S&H cost does not include insurance.