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Top deals in firearms?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by leadcounsel, Jun 26, 2010.

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  1. leadcounsel

    leadcounsel member

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    In your opinion, what are the top 5 deals in firearms in 2010?

    I'll say:
    1. Romanian PSL for around $500. I picked up 3 of them!
    2. Russian Mosin Nagants under $100. I have several.
    3. Chinese SxS 12 gauge with external hammers for $230.
    4. CZ82 for $220.
    5. TT33 pistols for around $190. :what:
     
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  3. Zack

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    I hear TT33 are great guns. + ammo is like $120 1260rds?
     
  4. JustinL

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    CPO Sig Sauers as well as new Glocks. Both are great values IMHO.
     
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    If you count out of the box reliability, weight, capacity, cost & availibility of extra magazines and ease of repiar: GLOCK
     
  6. cbrgator

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    Well, that's every year. =)
     
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    S&W Elite Gold SxS shotgun from CDNN
    (I wouldn't buy a Chinese SxS and trust it)
    HK P7
    Glocks are a good buy anytime

    I have no use for cheaply-made guns of any type, whether milsurp or otherwise, quality you only buy once, crap you pay for over and over
     
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    Marlin 336s.
     
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    Used guns. :)
     
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    Brand new H&R Pardner 12 gauge pumps for $178 at Walmart!

    For reference, thats $25 less than I paid for mine 2 years ago. A friend of mine paid $250 for one about a week ago, and I still think he got a great deal!
     
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    glock 19 450 NIB shipped and 14 dollar factory mags!
     
  12. leadcounsel

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    Oh, and then there's the Swiss K31 for $250 with a C&R!
     
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    I ain't sayin cause then everyone will get them and they will be no more.
     
  14. DasFriek

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    $400 Kimber .22lr from CPM which i cant get due to having enough guns on a tiny income.
     
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    Where is CPM?
     
  16. Sanjuro82

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    As of summer 2010, I feel that these guns offer the best bang for the buck.

    Handgun:
    CZ vz. 82 - Can be bought in excellent condition for around $200.

    Rifles:
    Swiss K31 - extremely accurate and high quality rifle. You can still get a good one somewhere between $200-300. Excellent rifles, these will continue to go up in value.

    Higher quality Hex Reciever Mosin Nagant. - You can get a good for under $100.

    .vz 24 Mauser - These make great deer rifle for around $200.
     
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  18. Hatterasguy

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    AR's these days, you can buy black rifles cheap.

    I still think K31's are under priced, although they seem to be inching up.
     
  19. Tim the student

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    CMP - Civilian Marksmanship Program. It was a typo. http://www.thecmp.org/
     
  20. nathan

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    M24/47 mauser rifles and Mosin 91/59 for less than $250 to your door after FFL and shipping. AMmo is still cheap and as powerful as .3006. Great gun for deer and hog hunting.
     
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    But again, i would suggest one should get the K31 Swiss, the accuracy of that one is unbelievable. Get them before they are gone, prices have stayed in the $250 range.
     
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    Stevens 200 - NIB $180
     
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    I think the CZ P07 deserves a nod here...
    I agree with the TT33
     
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    I second the AR-15 for $600 from cdnn....wait, I bought two!

    If I ever saw a new Stevens for $200.....that receiver alone is worth more than that!
     
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    The obvious:

    Any decent bolt action .22lr <$180.
    Good accuracy, cheap plentiful ammo, no recoil, great game getter.
     
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