This full-auto air rifle will bring the fun to your door without a tax stamp (VIDEO)

Though it looks more like a spear gun than a traditional Red Ryder, the belt-fed Air-Ordnance SMG-22 kicks out up to 700-pellets-per-minute.

Powered by CO2, nitrogen, or high pressure compressed air, the SMG-22 can use either a 100-round drum or a belt feed to cycle .22-caliber pellets through the 7.4-pound rifle. Even though it’s not a rimfire, 22 Plinkster taps in with one of these carnival shooting gallery-style air guns to rip through a flock of balloons, a case of pop, a tub of cheeseballs and other items while weighing in on the gun’s design.

Admit it, you kinda want one.