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    Default The greatest "guns and ammo" salesman ever

    We all know that this info is a little late BUT it's finally out there... I would like to know the stats on how many AR15s and AKs have been sold in the last 12-16 mos...


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090923/..._ammo_shortage
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    I need to do an inventory and see what I have. I know I need some more .223, .308 win, and some .45.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Great target. Where can I find one with the kenyan and his skank wife standing side by side?

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    Firearms have been sale'n over 1 million per month since curious goerge won in Nov. also they est. over 1 billion rounds of ammo a month.



    This is good short vid. that helps to put a few things in perspective.
    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75 TX View Post
    Great target. Where can I find one with the kenyan and his skank wife standing side by side?


    Google it. They are out there.
    Last edited by Forkin' Crazy; 09-25-2009 at 11:32 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Filucky View Post
    Firearms have been sale'n over 1 million per month since curious goerge won in Nov. also they est. over 1 billion rounds of ammo a month.



    This is good short vid. that helps to put a few things in perspective.
    I have been wondering if it is even possible to quantify just how many long guns, pistols, ARs, AKs, shotguns have been sold since Barry S. was elected... Thanks for the info...

    After spending a month on the road I finally have my "per dium" check and plan to UP the stats tomorrow at my favorite store... http://www.csmetall-werkes.com/

    Should I build the 7" barrel AR in .223 OR 7.62x39? Decisions decisions...
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    ^^^^^^I like this bad boy steelcomp built,AR10 T .308
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    Very nice, and in a good calibre.

    I'm just too "old school" to have any fondness for the styling, but, that's personal preferences.
    Nice hardware just the same.
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    I get to pick up a AR-15 LMT Lower on Oct 5 at 5:30pm! Just have to get the upper, and then going to get a Noveske.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman-do View Post
    I get to pick up a AR-15 LMT Lower on Oct 5 at 5:30pm! Just have to get the upper, and then going to get a Noveske.

    LMT makes one of the nicer AR piston uppers. I'd complete your lower with the same brand. Noveske's are bad ass but over priced. JMO.

    Try.

    http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/AR15-...Groups-s/1.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdog View Post
    LMT makes one of the nicer AR piston uppers. I'd complete your lower with the same brand. Noveske's are bad ass but over priced. JMO.

    Try.

    http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/AR15-...Groups-s/1.htm

    I am doing the LMT, as a full piece. The noveske will also be a full piece. Both will be mill. spec. I want them this particular way for the future value of them once the regs come down a little harder. Have a double star to shoot already, and would like to start on some ak's at some point. I only want the russians though, no POS romanian's. Have seen too many of them that have major flaws, and the wood is usually pretty unfinished and ugly looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman-do View Post
    I am doing the LMT, as a full piece. The noveske will also be a full piece. Both will be mill. spec. I want them this particular way for the future value of them once the regs come down a little harder. Have a double star to shoot already, and would like to start on some ak's at some point. I only want the russians though, no POS romanian's. Have seen too many of them that have major flaws, and the wood is usually pretty unfinished and ugly looking.


    I know the owner of Lancaster really well. PM me when ready.


    BTW. There is nothing wrong with the Romy kits as long as they're built correctly. Any AK that comes into the US was a demilled weapon and re assembled with US made parts to meet compliance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdog View Post
    I know the owner of Lancaster really well. PM me when ready.


    BTW. There is nothing wrong with the Romy kits as long as they're built correctly. Any AK that comes into the US was a demilled weapon and re assembled with US made parts to meet compliance.
    Lancaster is in AZ, right? Do you know if they will ship a full lower to an FFL in CA? I like one of the ak pistols they have on the website. 8057 11.5" barrell, and would like to get a LR also. Maybe 1 month. Do you get some sort of discount through them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post


    I need to do an inventory and see what I have. I know I need some more .223, .308 win, and some .45.

    Another example of O "shooting" from the hip with absolutly no clue of the consequences or reaction of the people.
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