i was just wondering what the differance in a full-auto and a semi-auto rsp is any info is wanted
Don't know why others are afraid to give you a straight answer, but here goes. A semi-auto plate has raised portions that prevent the original full-auto parts from being installed. There are various configurations of these raised portions, depending on the manufacturer, but they all serve the same purpose.
Once you have a semi-auto sideplate, you have to have internals that fit the gun. Most people make the semi internals partly out of original parts and partly out of new parts specifically designed to be semi-auto. These new parts include a trigger and a sear, both of which have been redesigned to prevent full auto function. The original internal parts must be modified first to accept the new trigger and sear, then to fit the new shape of the receiver. Once the original parts have been modified it is impossible to fit a full auto sear and trigger into them.
You MAY NOT modify the original parts to fit into the new receiver until they have been changed to accept the new sear and trigger. To do so would qualify you for an extended vacation behind bars.
Most people send the internals out to a specialist who knows how to make the proper modifications. They come back to you in safe and legal configuration, and you can then install the new trigger and sear and assemble your gun.