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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by CodyY, Sep 17, 2012.
It's all about finding the right buyer...
There is a seat for every ass. 175 bucks for two pmags requires a huge ass
Crack is banned. It's not worth nothing.
My SKS is not on the banned list......
They always look bent to me.
Like it got run over by a truck or something.
Okay, would all you bastards who are hoarding all of the 5.56 please chill the fuck out?
I can't even go to the range because I won't be able to replace what I shoot.
Thanks in advance.
Agreed. I was quite surprised to find some @ a Dick's sporting goods store up home over Christmas. About 2,000 rounds worth on the shelf.
I bought a single 100 rd box. Decided against a second as money was tight, and I wanted money for emergencies during the 800 mile trip back to SC.
My brother got a call after we got home...a friend was in Dicks and watched some guy buy all the remaining ammo...about $1,000.
Fifty cents per round! SUCKER!
Hey WW, I'd be willing to sell some of mine for one dollar per round.
I don't shoot 223 that often.....about 8 years ago I bought 1,500 rounds for $23 per 500....still working on it.
I have been reloading what I shoot, so I am no where near into that stash.....I am ready for zombies
I'll sell that thing or use it as a door stop before I'd pay that.
I bought some brass federal last summer at .34/rd and I thought I got raped.
If only I would've known this shit was going to go full tinfoil, I would've picked up some more.
Actually, yes, it is. Look for Type 56S.
Feels more better now.
Yet crack was never legal to begin with. What I was getting at is that you can't speculate on their sort of thing. A M2 PMAG from Magpul is still only $13 from them or just about any reputable store yet you can pay well over that from someone trying to cash in. Even in some states that have banned 30 or even 20rnders, they're still worth $13. The only thing driving up prices and limiting stock right now and for the near future is speculation. The same thing happened when Obama was first elected and it took a year for prices and stocks to come back to normal.
I was buying some stuff off Armslist the other day. The guy asked me if I was looking for some .223. With that he opens his trunk and has 3k rounds. He informs me he reloads his own and had purchased 100,000 brass that was former Guatemalan military and he had about 80,000 rounds reloaded at his house.
I know where I am going when the zombies attack.
Wait is the top one a MA compliant model?
This is not a Norinco 56S ............Sorry Still fucking legal!!!!!!!!!!
Nope, they'll get you on the "features" part of the law, you've got a detachable magazine, telescoping stock and a pistol grip. But there is no way one is passing without a grandfather clause. Which would be good for you since it would now be illegal to sell new copies the value of that rifle would skyrocket.
Or are those aftermarket? I wonder how they'll deal with that. That's another really long thread though....
Not to my knowledge, just how it came out of the box.
It certainly is not NJ legal, but it can be made legal to own here.