Description

Bushmaster M16A2 3 Shot Burst Kit

Bushmaster M16A2 3 Shot Burst Kit. This Bushmaster manufactured part is made to the highest standards and workmanship. Installation of this set in your M16A1 machine gun will give you a 'three-shot burst' capability as in the M16A2. Not legal for installation in anything but a licensed machine gun. Originally bushmaster made these for the U.S Government contracts back in 2002 now they are one of only 2 sources of these Rare hard to find 3 round burst kits available in the USA. So all you need is this and A M-16 lower parts kit and you have a 3 round burst complete kit we also sell M16 lower parts kits. The difference between the A2 kit & the M4 burst kits is the A2 Kit has longer dwell times the M4 burst kit faster cyclic rate slightly. PLEASE OBEY ALL NFA & BATF RULES & STATE REGULATIONS!

Parts Included:

M16A2 Burst Trigger
M16A2 Burst Hammer
M16A2 Disconectors (Burst and Semi)
M16A2 Disconector Springs (2)
M16A2 Hammer Spring
M16A2 Burst Cam (Three Shot)
M16A2 Burst Cam Spring
ALL NFA RULES APPLY! These LPKs can be legally sold to retail consumers, dealers, and manufacturers, and are intended to be used ONLY as replacement parts for registered receiver weapons and post sample builds by licensed Type 7 FFL holders with an SOT. All NFA Rules Apply and Delta Team Tactical, its affiliates, or employees will not be liable for any illegal use, possession or misuse of this product nor will we provide any legal advice as to your city, county, or state regulations. Use of these parts without the proper licensing is a violation of the law! They will NOT be shipped to Washington, California, Maryland, Connecticut, Washington DC, Puerto Rico, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, Oregon, and Hawaii

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Warranty, Returns & Terms:
Delta Team Tactical offers a 30 day return, refund and exchange policy. You must email or call Delta Team Tactical and obtain an RMA number prior to any return, refund, or exchange. All returns must include the original order number, receipt or invoice, along with the billing address, shipping address, contact phone numbers, contact emails, and RMA number. Returns, refunds, and exchanges may take up to two weeks, not including transit times, for processing after we receive it. Return shipping costs will be the responsibility of the returning party, with the exception of the wrong item being received or on warranty exchange during the first 30 days after delivery. Items returned for warranty will only be replaced or exchanged, not refunded.

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Y’all fuds realize that these parts won’t work in a semi-auto lower receiver, right?

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Not until it's milled out and drilled out. Both of which are in theory stupid easy for even high school level shop classes. So yeah, this "fud" knows.

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there is no auto sear in this kit, so even if you did drill the felony hole it still wouldn't work, its literally just parts, good for replacement, education, or resale

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Those are easy to make too...I advise against it but still. RDIAS are just flimsy pieces of cheap steel with a piece of paper worth more than gold ounce for ounce

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I know, anything can be made if you have the tools and skill set, I also advise against it. My point is, as a bunch of parts its really not that different then having an "m16" bcg, comes down to use and intent. If a guy really wants a fast rate of fire binary triggers are still legal

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Not tempting enough to put my name on the short list of ATF contacts, although a three round burst would be much more controllable than bump stocks that are still floating around. If I really wanted more than semi auto, would just pay the money for an Echo.

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Really confused with this one...If "newly made" machine guns (made after 1986,thanks to the NRA) aren't allowed to be owned by the public, who the hell can buy these parts to make a machine gun?

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Nevermind.

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Oh the temptation...

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Burst or Bust yo

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