In Stock Magazines.. maybe?


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Kansan
December 30, 2012, 01:04 PM
Despite the rush to buy magazines, I haven't been in the market because I already have plenty. However, I was perusing Fulton Armory's site today for other stuff and saw that their AR-15 magazines are listed "in stock".

They are just the normal GI magazines (not magpul) and are listed at the incredibly high price of $34.95. However, it may be an option for those of you who need some... or maybe the "in stock" was a mistake. In any case, I thought it was interesting. They even have the 100 rd drum (for an insane price).

I'm not going to post a link because I don't want to be suspected of scamming anyone to a fake site, but should be an easy search for anyone interested. I think Fulton Armory is recognized to be a reputable site (at least, I buy from them)... (and no, I'm not affiliated with them).

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Kansan
December 30, 2012, 03:56 PM
Ok, I know I'm replying to my own thread, but while I'm throwing out magazine information... my wife just sent me the link to a "dsgarms holiday mag pack" sale, which is 10 pmags for $100. Of course, it is on backorder, but it says you can still buy them and they'll ship when available. I HAVE NO IDEA if this is a good company or not or if you will ever get the magazines due to the buying craze. Do your own research. I'm just passing it along. Again, I'm not going to put the link, you can google that term and find the site.

Cesiumsponge
December 30, 2012, 04:34 PM
I've bought upgraded GI mags from DSG Arms before without a problem.

If you think Fulton is obscene, Cheaper Than Dirt is selling 30-round Colt mags for $100 and Beta drums for $600.

MachIVshooter
December 30, 2012, 04:41 PM
They even have the 100 rd drum (for an insane price).

I'm not familiar with the KCI, but a Beta-C 100 rounder was $300 before the panic. They're $500-$700 now.

JohnnyK
December 30, 2012, 04:45 PM
cheaper than dirt makes gunbroker look reasonable.. actually, gunbroker is reasonable compared to these prices. I know who has lost my business in the future... this shows their character. and it's not nice after the manufacturors have repeatidly said they haven't raised their prices... bye bye CTD!

ID-shooting
December 30, 2012, 05:05 PM
cheaper than dirt makes gunbroker look reasonable.. actually, gunbroker is reasonable compared to these prices. I know who has lost my business in the future... this shows their character. and it's not nice after the manufacturors have repeatidly said they haven't raised their prices... bye bye CTD!
Tell me about it. $80 for 20-rd mini 14 mag. Is it a wonder they are the only ones with them in stock. I won't buy from them ever again, even if the ban falls through and things go back to normal.

Bill2e
December 30, 2012, 05:07 PM
At least gun broker is an auction and the market sets the price

Cybercop
December 30, 2012, 08:28 PM
egunpartscorp.com has 20 rd. thermolds for $5.10 ea. I know there not full cap but they are nice for bench use.

Jim

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