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Ac556

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kestak, Dec 30, 2009.

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  1. kestak

    kestak Member

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    Greetings,

    Anyone knows where would be the best price for AC556?
    Also, do I need a local Class III dealer (Like normal gun transfer) or do I just have to deal with a class III dealer that is selling the gun?

    Thank you
     
  2. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

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    Depends on where you found the gun. If it's in another state you may have to deal with multiple dealers; one to get it into your state to a local dealer, another to get it to you.
     
  3. Balrog

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    I want the one Mr. T used in the A-Team!
     
  4. Gunnerpalace

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    On the Class 3 dealer if it is out of state, you will need to find a C3 dealer in your state.

    2. I would check subguns.com (.net?) for good prices, people are trying to offload the guns now. You can get Ac556's for around 7,000.00

    And A word of caution, there is a reason they are so cheap, Ruger stopped making parts for them, Ruger will still service the weapons but when they run out of parts, they run out.
     
  5. Balrog

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    What parts would parts would wear out on them that could not be replaced?
     
  6. TNZ71

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    AC556 is a good choice for a Class 3 weapon. Built like a tank. Ruger still services them and the only part that is non-existent is the receiver. Prices vary, many have been lower since the peak about 2 years ago. I have seen blue 18" police/prison guns as cheap as $5500 and Stainless folders KAC556F sell as high as $8500. No probably not as versatile as a M16 but probably more durable than a Registered receiver AR15.

    Like stated before check Subguns.com easiest to find one in your state requires only 1 transfer and tax. One on a Form 3 in another state is two transfers and 1 tax and one on a form 4 in another state is 2 transfers and 2 taxes.

    This is mine in a SCAR stock
     

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