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Old 01-21-2013, 04:55 AM   #11
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I'm in NJ an am working on putting together a ar15 the only thing I haven't ordered was a upper. I talked to a gun smith about the butt stock because its easier to find a folding stock vs a fix he said he could pin it for me. The only other thing would be a bayonet mount I'm sure any gunsmith in NJ would be able to cut it off. Or you can buy a match type which don't have a bayonet lug. Then anyone can pin the stock.

Or you can just buy a NJ legal one. Stag Arms is a good one but good luck finding one.
If you buy a pre ban upper you will need to get a muzzle brake pinned on as well. No flash hider or open threads permitted in NJ.
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If you buy a pre ban upper you will need to get a muzzle brake pinned on as well. No flash hider or open threads permitted in NJ.
Yea can't find any uppers so not worried about it yet.
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Hey everyone ty for the all the info. Jpyle sent me a list of gun shops in the south jersey area. I took a trip to Hague's Range in West Deptford on his tip that they had some AR15's coming in in the $2000 range. They sold out of them but they are getting a "Pallet" as the guy behind the counter told me in on tue or wed 1-29 or 1-30-2013. These are Windham Arms Ar15's in 5.56 flat top (no sights) optic ready. They are selling them for $1200 each.

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Hey everyone ty for the all the info. Jpyle sent me a list of gun shops in the south jersey area. I took a trip to Hague's Range in West Deptford on his tip that they had some AR15's coming in in the $2000 range. They sold out of them but they are getting a "Pallet" as the guy behind the counter told me in on tue or wed 1-29 or 1-30-2013. These are Windham Arms Ar15's in 5.56 flat top (no sights) optic ready. They are selling them for $1200 each.
Glad to hear it. I know that they got lots of flack over that $2k price and $1,200 is a great price all things considered. These rifles sell for about $900-$1,000 in normal times. This might be the best deal in the county right now...



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