Benefiting from the buying craze

Benefiting from the buying craze

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    Benefiting from the buying craze

    Anyone else notice that while people are trying to sell AR and AK's at astounding prices (saw a Spikes lower advertised for $1,000), the handguns seem to be getting a bit cheaper? On the same site was a primo Wilson Combat that looked hardly used and they wanted $2,300.


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    Hadn't noticed - but I will keep my eye out.

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    I picked up my first pistol for 500 out the door compared to what I had seen it for a few months ago at 600 before tax
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    Uncanny. Something tells me we have a couple weeks more of this, so if you're in the mood for another pistola, now's the time to grab one. Especially a good condition used one.

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    I'm going through my stuff finding all the magazines and such that I'd been accumulating recently...making me ponder selling them off.

    I DID notice that pricing on magazines for my compacts haven't moved at all, so apparently anything under 10 rds isn't of super high interest at the moment...

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    I was looking at hi-cap mags for the 1911 i just bought and saw the 10 rd mags are 25 and the 15 are 25 also might consider buying two just for resale o.0 but not sure hi cap mags for a 1911 would be good lol

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    Where are you getting 15 round mags for .45s? All I can find is 10 round Wilsons. I don't think there's going to be a long term run on 10 round mags or less. But if a mag ban goes into effect you ain't seen nuttin yet with prices!

    PS - Where are the manufacturers in all this? Not a peep from any of them. If I was about to be put out of business by the fascist/socialist government I'd be screaming loud and clear.

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    Re: Benefiting from the buying craze

    Ten rounders will be even more scarce then the normal capacity mags you have now.

    Think about it. If a capacity limit goes into effect, everybody will have to switch to ten rounders. That's alottttt of people, even if 20% switch.
    If you're going to carry one weapon, might as well carry two, because as the saying goes, "Two is one, and one is none."

    "Liberals can decline or whine, but I will still carry and conceal mine." - Cold Warrior. Excellent quote good sir!

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