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Anyone got a couple bucks I could borrow?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MLC, Jan 27, 2004.

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  1. MLC

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  2. Wedge

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    I already have two of those. They aren't that great.
     
  3. goalie

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    The bolt on that thing weighs more than the Ford Festiva I used to drive when I was in the corps. :p
     
  4. 4v50 Gary

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    Enough for a sizable downpayment in a midwestern house.:uhoh:
     
  5. Nightcrawler

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    The sights on 'em suck. Besides, buying the thing would only be half the expense; you can't buy a 40mm reloading setup from your favorite gun shop, you know!

    Finding a range where you could use it without, you know, starting fires and stuff would be tricky. But there's always the paint rounds!
     
  6. Kestrel

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    When I owned it, I had a lot of trouble with it while pig hunting. It was a bit heavy in the field...

    It will blow pork into nice "pre-pulled" pieces, though.
     
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    I like guns as much as the next guy, but if I had $450k to spend on something frivilous, it wouldn't be spent on a gun (Carrera GT, Enzo, RUF Rturbo and invest the rest, etc.)
     
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    I didn't even look at the price.

    $450,000? How about a complete college/graduate school education, a new car, and about a hundred grand to my mother? :D
     
  9. MLC

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    I just needed a title for it.
    I'd never spend that kind of coin on a weapon unless it was to mount on the nose of the partol boat at my private island ;) .
     
  10. Greg L

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    Doesn't the ATF have you get a tax stamp ($200) for each round of ammo (DD classification)? Of course if you can afford to spend that kind of money on the weapon then feeding it shouldn't be that big of a deal.

    Greg
     
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    :scrutiny: Nope ... I'm afraid you're just going to have to keep feeding the dog those beans and hope for the best ... talk about "fog of war" ! :what:
     
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    I'd bet if you showed up with cash you could get it for under $375,000.
     
  13. inventory0297

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    Probably be easier to get a demo license and make 'em yourself, or hire someone experienced at your demo "business" and have them do it so as to be safe and not have to transfer them.

    For me to buy that i would need a fortune in excess of $100M. Otherwise there are other things.............
     
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    Jeez, all that money and no bayonet lug
    or scope mount. I'll pass.
     
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    I could buy two massive "Moveable Homes"(Don't laugh, I've seen some set up like a $200,000 house for $60,000! ;)) and stick them together, enough land to have my OWN shooting range and an arsenal of MGs, rifles, shotguns, pistols and all sorts of nifty stuff with $450K. And still have plenty left over! :D
     
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    IIRC, that very same MK19 was listed for sale in ShotgunNews (just a year or two ago) for the super low price of $75,000...


    Talk about inflation! :what: :D
     
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    Yeah, No Bayo Lug, No detachable Mag . I see a flash suppressor but no colapsable stock. Hmmmmm
     
  18. Bill Hook

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    If it won't sell, then sextuple the price. :rolleyes:
     
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    Pork ?

    Would that be like the "mechanically separated chicken". Seriously though, They build them just down the road from me. I've fired one and if it doesn't give you the biggest woody ever then you are definately impotent!
     
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    Gary, downpayment on a house? Man, you have been living in over priced California way too long! :D I could outright buy my house 3 times over and have enough left over to buy some nice guns. :D
     
  21. MLC

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    Mr. Hook
    I saw an ad for a transferable MK19 in SGN as well.
    It didn't have a price just the contact number.
    The number was in the Newtown, PA area which is 15 minutes from my house.
    It said it was part of an estate as I recall.
     
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    I saw a pic of one mounted in the rear of a jeep with an ammo compartment built into the floor. SOF circa 1987

    Now wouldn't that be fun?
     
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    Hey, I wonder if that's legal in NJ?



    OK, that was a bad one. :rolleyes:




    Horny Toad
     
  24. Harry Tuttle

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    no baynet lug
    no pistol grip
    no detachable magazine
    no collapsable stock

    That gentlemen, is NOT an Assault weapon
    :D
     
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