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Old 02-22-2013, 01:50 AM   #131
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Just got back from hooksett,NH. Went to Riley's sport shop and it was awesome! I picked up an Saar-15 SBS slide fire stock for $325. I think that is a pretty good deal. Surprisingly they had at least 30 of the SBS and 10 for the ak. Awesome store would definitely recommend it to anyone!

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Old 03-26-2013, 08:03 AM   #132
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I myself would rather spend the $ on, let's see. ..$300+ can of umm...AMMO!!
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I saw a guy at the range one day shooting with one of those. Looked really stupid (imo), but to each their own.

I just bought a solid one myself...call me old fashioned lol


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Old 03-26-2013, 11:52 AM   #133
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I myself would rather spend the $ on, let's see. ..$300+ can of umm...AMMO!!
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I saw a guy at the range one day shooting with one of those. Looked really stupid (imo), but to each their own.

I just bought a solid one myself...call me old fashioned lol


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My slidefire does not live on my ar. I put it on when i want to play. Regardless of how it looks,you cant deny the fun factor. I also handload. A thousand rds of 223 costs me $170.00. Thats cheaper than 22lr right now. Nice ar youve got there.
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Old 03-26-2013, 07:08 PM   #134
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For those who want a little fun playing with full auto, the slide fire is an alternative that may not be cost prohibitive (except for the ammo). For those that don't, remember that a lot of people don't see a practical reason for you to have your AR, but you should have the right to own one. The same people who took away our right to convert an AR to full auto now want to take away our right to own an AR all together. After that, we all know what will follow.

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I can't afford the ammo, or I might get one. Damn.

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I am building one for a guy who had a stripped lower and wanted me to build him an AR around it. The profits from that might buy enough for a 10 round mag.

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My slidefire does not live on my ar. I put it on when i want to play. Regardless of how it looks,you cant deny the fun factor. I also handload. A thousand rds of 223 costs me $170.00. Thats cheaper than 22lr right now. Nice ar youve got there.
Thanks for the compliment! I've been thinking about getting into reloading myself but I still haven't seen where the supplies are even available. It's absolutely depressing...I have several hundred rounds but it's impossible to find factory loads or bullets that are in stock.
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Thanks for the compliment! I've been thinking about getting into reloading myself but I still haven't seen where the supplies are even available. It's absolutely depressing...I have several hundred rounds but it's impossible to find factory loads or bullets that are in stock.


You need to think big picture. Of course you cant find anything now. You couldnt find anything when billy clinton started talking about the brady bill either. Its a cycle. When the dems get into office, they start talking about restrictions and everything sells out. Its been happing since the beginning of guns. Eventually the shelves will fill back up. Buy reloading equipment now as an investment and be ready when stock comes back.
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You need to think big picture. Of course you cant find anything now. You couldnt find anything when billy clinton started talking about the brady bill either. Its a cycle. When the dems get into office, they start talking about restrictions and everything sells out. Its been happing since the beginning of guns. Eventually the shelves will fill back up. Buy reloading equipment now as an investment and be ready when stock comes back.
Haha my friend I've been looking and even the equipment believe it or not... Isn't available either. smdh I tell ya! I know in about 6 months things might change.
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Haha my friend I've been looking and even the equipment believe it or not... Isn't available either. smdh I tell ya! I know in about 6 months things might change.
You just gotta be real patient right now. Since the panic started, I've bought 12,000 primers at $27/1000, I've bought 2k 223 projectiles at .07/rd, I've bought 2500 .40 projectiles at I forget price but cheap. Getting ready to snag another 4k 223's today if I can respond fast enough. I've also bought 11 pmags at $18/each... everything is out there right now if you look in the right places and have patience. The situation will improve as time goes on and will continue to do so until the next democrat is voted in and the panic starts over.
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