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Old 01-30-2013, 12:36 AM   #51
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I've got the DPMS MK12 barrel, and it's awesome. Only ran 180 bucks and shoots awesome. Came with a railed gas block too.

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aye captain. And after poking around looking at all the stuff that is still available, the uppers like that can be had for $80 new. But again, I dun wunna build from the ground up. I just wanna strap something to this lower I have collecting dust. I was bidding on a Redxarms unit on gunbroker. I quit when it got stupid. Last I looked, 860 bucks for a 410 dollar upper
And I promise you it has gone up since. If you want an assembly, be prepared to pay stupid prices right now. Seeing 500 buck guns go for 2K-3K as of last week.
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And I promise you it has gone up since. If you want an assembly, be prepared to pay stupid prices right now. Seeing 500 buck guns go for 2K-3K as of last week.
Oh I know. I'm unemployed and spend most of the day here online watching for stuff to come in stock. The stripped uppers sell on Gunbroker for anywhere from $75-$180 for the non boutique names. The nicer ones bring about $300.
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:26 PM   #54
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Grabagun has AR's in stock at reasonable prices! Go now HURRY
http://grabagun.com/long-guns/ar.html?action_type=538

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Grabagun has AR's in stock at reasonable prices! Go now HURRY
http://grabagun.com/long-guns/ar.html?action_type=538
Went through 3 pages, and the only ones in stock were .22LR. I didn't go through all of them, but it sounds like they are being hit as well as everyone else.
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Oh I know. I'm unemployed and spend most of the day here online watching for stuff to come in stock. The stripped uppers sell on Gunbroker for anywhere from $75-$180 for the non boutique names. The nicer ones bring about $300.
Stripped lowers going for about $500 for the cheaper ones last I checked.
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Stripped lowers going for about $500 for the cheaper ones last I checked.
Gunbroker has a real funny search feature. Searching for complete uppers I found like 7 different way to type it into the search and found more each time. The lowers are the same way

You are right on the lowers on Gb though. They can be found locally for about 350 on armslist.

Also, grabagun sold out in less than 9 minutes

Here's some stripped lowers in stock for $260
http://www.surplusammo.com/saa-sa-15-grim-reaper-ar15-stripped-lower-receiver/
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