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Help me spend $2K

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BADUNAME13, Apr 19, 2007.

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  1. BADUNAME13

    BADUNAME13 Member

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    On mags...

    Not AK, FAL, AR, or M1A.

    Might pick up more HK91 mags if I get them for under $2 each again.
    (tapco seems out.)

    I'm mainly thinking:
    20 Glock 19 mags
    Some P35 mags
    Some CZ 75 mags... or maby a couple Po1...

    Other than that... I'm thinking maby a few Ruger and SIG mags...
    (Thinking Ruger 89 and Sig 226... Thoughts?)

    Also maby some UZI, Thompson, and STEN mags, and maby a couple PPSH drums...

    CDNN... got any other places with good deals right now?

    Anything I missed?

    -I don't NEED any more for personal use... just ... Investing.
     
  2. Soybomb

    Soybomb Member

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    :eek: thats alot of mags
     
  3. jmabbott888@aol.com

    jmabbott888@aol.com Member

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    you send me $2000 & I'll send you all the mags I got lol
     
  4. bogie

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    Did your taxes, huh...

    Put it in some good mutual funds.
     
  5. DoubleTapDrew

    DoubleTapDrew Member

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    Are you sure you want to invest that big of a chunk of change in mags? I doubt HR1022 will see the light of day especially after what just happened in VA (around here at least a lot of people seem to be thinking "maybe those gun guys aren't so paranoid after all").
    If you are counting on price increases, there's always Beta C mags in various calibers. Those will eat up $200 each.
     
  6. 10 Ring Tao

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    Best advice you'll get. At least put half of it in some kind of moderate to high yield investment.

    Otherwise, TI mags for the 10/22, if you have one.
     
  7. earplug

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    Buy Gold or Silver

    Goldmoney.com

    Easier to get your money when you need it.
     
  8. BADUNAME13

    BADUNAME13 Member

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    Been doing IRA's since I was 15. been doing ROTH IRA's since they started it.

    And no I didn't get my taxes back yet.

    Got some PM's (Started back at $300 Gold and $6 silver, I add $500 per year)

    Thanks though.

    I know what I'm doing with this... (Thoughts on the subject please)
     
  9. Geronimo45

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    Buy up a few hundred Lorcins? :D


    FAL mags may go up in price (though there's an awful lot of 'em out there), if Kel-Tec's rifle turns out to be a hit.

    Buy up those extra-high-cap mags. The 25rders for the CZ-75, the 33rders for the Glock 9mms.

    How about a few AR lowers? Maybe even ammunition. If the prices keep going up, you might be able to make a nice profit.
     
  10. EAFO

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    I'd buy up all the 33 round glock mags you can find. You know, if I was paranoid.
     
  11. 30 cal slob

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    mp5 mags.
     
  12. WhiteKnight

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    Max out your Roth if you haven't already. Or put it into a Vanguard index fund. Is this even a real question? :confused:
     
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