Buffalo Arms made a name for themselves manufacturing machine guns for WWII. Then later, someone in the company decided to find out how small they could make a .357 magnum pistol. The resulting firearm, was the Buffalo Arms Model 1, a .357 magnum derringer.
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Any firearm that fires more than one bullet when you pull the trigger is considered a “Machine Gun” under US law. It doesn’t matter if it fires in bursts, if its full auto, or even if it fires out of multiple barrels. People are always looking for different ways to get around this restriction and increase your rate of fire, without actually turning into a “Machine Gun” and having its sale restricted. One of the more popular items are bump fire stocks. A new contender is the bi-directional trigger by Liberty Gun Works.
The government requires that the lower receiver of a rifle be registered and maintain a serial number, even if sold separately from every other part of a rifle. The lower receiver by itself is viewed as a firearm by Uncle Sam. 2nd AM Arms has a novel idea to get around this, and possibly even future restrictions on “Assault Weapons,” they’re only selling you an 80% complete AR-15 lower receiver.