Suppressed/Tripod-Mounted Awesomeness: BRP Corp’s Transferable Stemple Takedown Gun (STG) U9/45

Does anyone have $10K I can “borrow”? Because I think I just found my first transferable machine gun. BRP Corp’s U9 fully automatic rifles are based on pre-1986 registered Stemple Takedown Gun (STG) receivers. With a tripod, suppressor and a drum magazine it looks like more fun than, well, you know…

From BRP’s U9 product page:

In 2003, the original inventor, John Stemple collaborated with BRP CORP to assemble the first Stemple Takedown Gun (STG) setups onto the Stemple 76/45 receivers he manufactured prior to the 1986 cutoff. These are complete new parts packages installed on unmodified/transferable Stemple 76/45 machine gun receivers. They are sold as complete machine guns and are fully transferable to individuals. These are the most finely built and smooth running sub-machine guns on the transferable market. We build them for performance and durability, stock plenty of spare parts, and provide excellent service. There is only a limited number of these pre-1986 registered/transferable machine guns, so get one while they last.

Check out how controllable these guns are at 750 rounds per minute:


BRP also sells the U9/U45 as a complete package:

This package is a subgunner’s dream. All in one box you’ve got a complete package to shoot 45ACP with Grease Gun mags or 9mm with Suomi drums and one suppressor to work with both calibers. Switching calibers simply requires changing the bolt, barrel, and magazine housing. It features a simple, smooth-running blow-back system. With the addition of a hydraulic buffer, these are the most smooth, controllable, and versatile subguns on the transferable market. It’s so smooth due to the weight, layout, and action; you can actually watch your target being hit through a 4x scope while shooting long bursts. This setup utilizes AR pattern stocks, AR pattern grips, and multiple picatinny mount options for maximum versatility.

I can accept my U9 donations by cash, check or gold ingot.

BRP Corp –


PHONE/FAX: 678-425-9585


188 Pickle Simon Rd.

Winder, GA 30680


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  • PK

    This was one of the better purchases I’ve made in a long time. Controllable, very versatile (I have setups in 7.62x25mm, .45acp, 9x19mm) and the fit and finish is simply wonderful. Plus, BRP is a great company to deal with!

    The entry cost, is of course, about twice that of a cheaper M11/9 or DLO Sten, but if you can swing the difference in cost you’ll be quite happy.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Awesome. You have one. Very cool.

  • KestrelBike


    The blurred video transitions in the second vid deserve a kick in the teeth, though.

  • A.WChuck

    I’m very much in the wrong line of work as I cannot afford the gun nor burning ammo at that rate. At least they share the videos with us.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Same here.

  • Gary Kirk

    10k.. I’m buying a Barrett.. But still cool, and the price will only go up as supplies go down..

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      I don’t have the range to make a Barrett fun. 2K yards at least. Would be so much fun.

      • Gary Kirk


      • Christian Hedegaard-Schou

        Psh… Barrett’s are fun at ANY range 🙂

  • Edeco

    Oooh, neat. The pang of want hit me like a freight train on this one.

  • iowaclass

    This is a privilege of the one-percenters that Elizabeth Warren never complains about.

    • PK

      Sort of. It’s unacceptably expensive to buy machineguns, and there simply aren’t enough pre-86 transferables for all of us. That’s why the price is so high, fixed/diminishing supply with increasing demand.

      The 1%? I just prioritize MGs over other things. We all have different collections and toys. I have MGs but drive a beater car, because I’d rather have fun with my guns.

      • Gary Kirk

        Same reason I want a Barrett, why? Because I enjoy it.. Will never knock my full auto brethren, just not my cup of go juice..

        • iksnilol

          IIRC there’s a semi auto .50 BMG rifle that uses AR triggers. So you could scratch both itches at once. Just saying,

      • Billy Jack

        This. When I pay off this Rover I’m going to get a MG, if possible.

  • VF 1777

    I’ll throw a 50 dollar gold ingot into your donation fund if you let me dump a mag or two once you get it.

    • Billy Jack

      Sounds like the perfect club. I’d pay $50 a month to go shoot this stuff every once in a while. 30 people and you can have quite a collection in a short period of time. I guess it’s a lot cheaper to go to my local store/range that has full auto stuff but it’s not outdoors and they don’t have anything I really want to play with.

  • junyo

    Take contributions, set up a TFB trust, contributors above a certain $ amount that can pass a credit check are named trustees. I’d kick in on something like that. Could even make it an annual amount for new acquisitions, up keep and insurance, if I could get occasional access. Stuff like this there’s no real reason to own but it would be cool to throw a case of ammo through a few times.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      I’m thinking about starting a Go Fund Me page for donations:

      1) Purchase on MG
      2) Use MG to spread education and knowledge for 1 year.
      3) After 1 year sell MG and donate proceeds to NRA-ILA or other pro 2A non-profit.

  • hikerguy

    The STG. The subbie with a 70 round drum. Instead of a gun you load on Sunday and shoot the rest of the week, you load it all Sunday and shoot it for 3-5 seconds LOL. BUT…OH WHAT FUN!

  • Tom Currie

    I wonder if you could start a kickstarter campaign for this. I’ve seen plenty of less worthy ideas on kickstarter

  • Holdfast_II

    Honey, really don’t think the kids need to go to college.



    • Klaus Von Schmitto

      Whoaaa! You’re doing that all wrong. It goes “honey they’re smart just like you! You know they’ll get scholarships.”

    • iksnilol

      I kinda find it messed up y’all pay for college.

    • No, no, no.

      Transferrable machineguns are an investment.


  • Holdfast_II

    Leave Justin Zoolander behind and join us down here. Even the Hildabeast can’t last forever.

    When I moved I was moving from Jean Chretien to GWB (pre-9/11). Felt a few pangs when Harper got elected.

  • Darren Hruska

    That’s pretty awesome, I must say! I’m surprised I never heard of the Stemple 76/45 before. With the tripod, it almost makes me think of a modern Villar-Perosa to some extent.

  • datimes

    I’m quite concerned about the two MG’s I own. If/when Hillary is elected the NFA community is rather small and a perfect target for the large loud and aggressive confiscation crowd. They can successfully take away the one category of firearms that that are not used in crime. Worse, there are NRA members who will sell you out in an instant.

    • Just say’n

      Too bad you lost those two MG’s in a boating accident 😉 I feel for your loss.

  • datimes

    You likely will not have to move.