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Need info about AA ARMS AP9 assault pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Rafterman191, Feb 22, 2006.

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  1. Rafterman191

    Rafterman191 Member

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    There is one at a local pawn shop. Looks to be in great shape. Folding stock, 3 30 round clips. Long, maybe 16 inch barrel. Who can give me some value on this? Legality issues? Looks like this one only with a longer barrel.

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  2. bakjr

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    I've got one that I paid $200 for about 2 years ago. (used in like new cond)

    I never once got through a mag without it JAMMING a least half a dozen times or catching the expent brass half way out with the slide crushing the empty casing.

    I bought it for the cool factor and regret it! :cuss:
     
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    +1 for the above post!

    Anthony
     
  4. Rafterman191

    Rafterman191 Member

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    Whoa...

    This pawn shop is looking to put the royal screws to someone. Its tagged at $600. Which brings me to another interesting story about this same pawn shop. About a year ago, someone walked into that shop asked to look at a shotgun, put a slug in it and shot the store manager in the head. Probably sold that guy an overpriced piece of junk too.
     
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    You might want to stay out of that particular pawn shop.
     
  6. spacemanspiff

    spacemanspiff Senior Member

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    you must mean the rifle that aa arms had, if its got a 16" barrel and folding stock.

    the rifles are rarer (in my experience) than the pistols. i had both the pistol and the 'mini' version. minor jamming, not terribly accurate, probably because i was a nuub to shooting and its horrible trigger.

    supposedly aa arms even made some selectfire versions, but only for LE to play with.

    for a 'shiggles and gits' type of gun, its probably a good buy. should want to fully inspect the internals though, make sure nothings worn or broken or missing.
     
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