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LOL, who does this guy think he is fooling?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ID_shooting, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. ID_shooting

    ID_shooting Well-Known Member

  2. Halffast

    Halffast Well-Known Member

    Probably the idiots that run Ebay!

    DSRUPTV Well-Known Member

    Is it just me, or does 200 bucks seem a bit high? Am I missing something?
  4. clipse

    clipse Well-Known Member

    You do get free shipping with the buy it now. :)

  5. Tijeras_Slim

    Tijeras_Slim Well-Known Member

    Guy's from New Mexico, I dissavow all knowledge of him. :D
  6. DRZinn

    DRZinn Well-Known Member

    Something odd going on...
  7. Daniel T

    Daniel T Well-Known Member

    Well, it is a 30 rd factory Ruger mag. That's gotta be fairly rare.
  8. ZeroX

    ZeroX Well-Known Member

  9. mbs357

    mbs357 Well-Known Member

    It says it's a 10 round model 30...
    Not a 30 rounder.
  10. redneck2

    redneck2 Well-Known Member

    Not sure which the bigger fool is..

    the guy that's bidding $100, or the guy that has it listed and won't let it go at that price (reserve not met) :neener:

    As as for "the idiots that run e-bay"...when you're worth a few billion, you can call them all the idiots you want. What you make in a lifetime would pay their taxes for a month
  11. Spreadfire Arms

    Spreadfire Arms Well-Known Member

    he is selling a pre-1994 factory Ruger 30 round magazine. anyone who has a Mini-14 knows that the only two mags to buy are Precision or factory Ruger if you want them to cycle correctly.

    Ruger LE marked 30 rounders are about $50. i had 27 of them i sold at $50 each without question in Sept 1994 right after the ban.

    he is targeting a market where there is a state law banning the post-94 magazines, such as California.

    the big issue is that some of these states prohibit importation of additional "pre-94" magazines into the state..such as California. so the buyer is commiting a crime for the importation. however once the magazine is already in-state it's very difficult to figure out when it was imported.
  12. Missourigunner

    Missourigunner Well-Known Member

    LOL, who does this guy think he is

    If that Mag is worth $200, then I have thiis Bridge for sale. :uhoh: :rolleyes:
  13. faustulus

    faustulus Well-Known Member

    so by this rationale (I hesitate to use the word 'logic') Sam Walton was smarter than Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr or Enrico Fermi.
  14. SMLE

    SMLE Well-Known Member


    Another line for your signature.

    "Si hoc legere scis, nimium eruditionis habes."
  15. Bear Gulch

    Bear Gulch Well-Known Member

    Maybe it's just a big boned mag!
  16. thorn726

    thorn726 Well-Known Member

    SMLE, nice line in Your sig!,
    anyway, MAYBE this guy thinks he can overcharge to some rich buyer in CA wh ocouldnt otherwise get this??
    or worse, it is a set up?, that seems unlikely tho.

    crafty ebayer anyway.
  17. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

    Heck, thats cheaper than you can buy them from Ruger as a civilian, sounds like a bargain to me....

    F*** Ruger.......
  18. P14Enfield

    P14Enfield Member

    I cannot trust any man that can use the wrong "since" when attepmting to sell an item.
  19. PromptCritical

    PromptCritical Well-Known Member

    Ruger is kissing up to the gun grabbers by not selling 20 or 30 round mags to civilians. They are afraid that the Mini 14 and 30 will be labeled "Assault Rifles" and that banning them will seriously hurt their business.

    Ruger factory mags are exceedingly rare, and often do fetch $100 each. I figure they are looking out for themselves in the short term.

    John Galt said it best: "“In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit."
  20. Deavis

    Deavis Well-Known Member

    Sam Walton was as much a genius as any of those others you have listed there. Einstein, Bohr, and Fermi built on an impressive amount of knowledge from many other great minds to introduce incredible theories into their fields. Sam Walton did the same thing, just in a different field. His genius was in getting people to open their pocketbooks, not understand quantum physics. Smart is a relative term, I think what you are looking for is intelligence.

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