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didnt know if this was the place to post or not

my main questions is

if the ban goes thew will part and accessories for ar-15s still be available

will i still be about to buy complete uppers

will i still be about to get lower receiver parts (assuming the lowers them self's are whats banned)
 

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didnt know if this was the place to post or not

my main questions is

if the ban goes thew will part and accessories for ar-15s still be available

will i still be about to buy complete uppers

will i still be about to get lower receiver parts (assuming the lowers them self's are whats banned)
those are really good questions, but i fear there are only going to speculative answers to those questions right now.

if we equate it to the AWB of 1994, then there will be certain restrictive parts and configurations of certain types of firearms. quite possibly magazine limitations as well.

but as of right now, any answers would be speculative at best, IMO.
 

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hell i figured i just couldnt find the answers on google,, i thought it has already been layed out and just waiting to be signed

with the price gouging im seen here in tx especially on southeasttexas.com i though maybe this had already been answered else where

the same dpms sportacal that Walmart sells for 599 is now going for 3000 used on there,, maybe im crazy but i just dont see why a sane person would buy some thing that overpriced with out knowing if the ban was going in to effect for sure
 

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Its all just talk so far.

It will almost certainly not be more restrictive than the old ban.
In the old ban parts where widely available except for lower receivers, which were considered the controlled item.

Retroactive laws are 100 unconstitutional, we know the criminal efforts of California's "gov't" but tryin to enact something similiar on a national scale which be much harder.

I will not sell my guns at huge prices since i do not wish to take advantage of fellow gun owners.
 

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yeah same here,, i was looking forward to getting the wife that nice colt m4 from Walmart for 999,, but im not going to pay 3000+ for one,, maybe if it was a transferable full auto sure :rolleyes: this is just sickening to me
 

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A little off topic, but, speaking of gouging.


I bought a box of .45 on Thursday. Fmj, plinking, 20 bucks for 50. Next day, went into my local gs, same stock on hand, same cost for dlr behind it, 42.00 a box.

That was gun broker on Beaverton hillsdale hwy.

Went to fishermans marine, still 20 a box. Needless to say I stocked up. Gun broker had removed pricing on all pistols, they all went up over night, though they had the stock on hand.

Can't blame em for making a buck, but damn.
 
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