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Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by Murfdog, Jun 5, 2012.
Just wondering the best place for AR-15 stuff grips,handrails,sights.mags etc.....
Palmetto State Armory
If you want to pay inflated prices. I can buy from my LGS for less than CTD.
They have not been "cheaper then Dirt" in a long time.. They need to change their name to ARM AND A LEG...
Plus the $2.99 "handling" charge added to every order.
Prices tend to be better than those in ma anyway.
or from me...(shameless self plug)...save 5% with coupon code FT5. I will warn you that I really don't have the bargain basement brands. Also, no mags as stupid California laws prevent a non-FFL to sell "high-caps".
You may also want to check out:
Rainer Arms- www.rainierarms.com
Bravo Company- http://www.BravoCompanyUSA.com
Palmetto state you can get magpul kits such as stocks,pistol grips and enhanced trigger guards for a decent price! Also they have super fast shipping and good quality!
Also a good source of ar-15 news is my buddy Ben at http://www.ar15news.com/ he also has a Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/AR15NEWScom?ref=ts
I've heard rumors about botach that they are not top notch with there customer service or is this just a rumor.There prices are very good and they have a large inventory.Thanks for all the help.
What's "high cap?" Is that like the SF 60s and 100s? Last time I checked 30 round magazines were standard capacity.
In California, anything over 10 rounds is "high cap". Only for me to sell them is to get an FFL and then apply for a permit to sell "high cap" magazines. CA gun laws makes it a little tough for CA retailers to be competitive with the rest of the free states. Then again, mags are everywhere, and can be found dirt cheap, so no one is really losing out, as far as finding a place to buy them from.
It is sad the way anti-gunners in CA and elsewhere successfully are shifting the language even among gun enthusiasts to further their own agenda.That's why so many of us don't like terms like "high capacity" and "assault rifle" thrown around to describe standard firearms.