Group Buy: Double Star Lowers at Dealer Cost

This is a discussion on Group Buy: Double Star Lowers at Dealer Cost within the Member Buy, Sell & Trade forums, part of the Marketplace category; Originally Posted by TDSUS So whats the going rate for several of these or is it too late get in? Currently $78 each. The website ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDSUS View Post
    So whats the going rate for several of these or is it too late get in?
    Currently $78 each. The website will not reflect the current price, as I do have retail customers that are not privy to this group buy (I'm not making a single cent off of this buy). I'll have 98 bought and paid for tomorrow and we need to get to 100 units to get the next price break. I expect $4 per unit but will call Double Star tomorrow.
    Quote Originally Posted by PatrioticRick View Post
    I hope it's not too late I just ordered mine today, I thought he said he wasn't going to order until Friday.
    Orders cease Friday, might be a few stragglers over the weekend (paydays an all). They for sure end Sunday at midnight (going into Monday). Order now while you can.
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    Would like two

    This will be a first for me buying a "gun" on the internet but can't pass on the price. Can I pay with a card at your sight and if I do when will the charge go through?

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    This is a great deal and you can put a great rifle together with a kit for around $600.00 a little more or less depending on options you want
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    Thats what im hoping for

    This will deffinantly be a new one but i have wanted to try for quite awhile now any input on where those kits can be found?

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    The kits will be from Del-Ton, Inc. A complete line of AR-15 Rifles, AR 15 Parts and AR15 Accessories.. I just got my dealer account setup with them and will check on pricing.
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    Is it possible to get one that is designated as a "pistol" lower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Mac View Post
    Is it possible to get one that is designated as a "pistol" lower?
    I think when you pick it up at your ffl you have him designate irt as a pistol on the 4473 but i might be wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Mac View Post
    Is it possible to get one that is designated as a "pistol" lower?
    No. These are rifle receivers.

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    I think when you pick it up at your ffl you have him designate irt as a pistol on the 4473 but i might be wrong
    No, the 4473 doesn't change the status of a frame. It depends on how it was logged into the manufacturer's log book. If it was listed as a pistol frame, it will always be a pistol frame. If it was a rifle frame and you made it into a pistol, you committed a felony unless you filed a Form 1 and paid the $200 tax for making a SBR. A gray area is you can get a factory letter stating that this particular receiver never had a shoulder stock attached and then it's legal, but this area hasn't been hashed out in the courts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    No. These are rifle receivers.


    No, the 4473 doesn't change the status of a frame. It depends on how it was logged into the manufacturer's log book. If it was listed as a pistol frame, it will always be a pistol frame. If it was a rifle frame and you made it into a pistol, you committed a felony unless you filed a Form 1 and paid the $200 tax for making a SBR. A gray area is you can get a factory letter stating that this particular receiver never had a shoulder stock attached and then it's legal, but this area hasn't been hashed out in the courts.
    Thanks tubby I wasn't sure since the lower basically was never built until you do it and until it has a shoulder stock attached no rifle.Well I just got smarter than a 5th grader
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    If it's not too late, put me down for 1.
    Do I need to confirm this on your site or just mail you a check?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksokie View Post
    If it's not too late, put me down for 1.
    Do I need to confirm this on your site or just mail you a check?
    Today is the last day for this buy, so you have to get your money in. I suggest you go to his website and use a credit card to get in on it and/or PM Tubby45.
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    Well I sent a pm. Maybe I can get lucky and still squeeze in on this deal.

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    You could always order it and if you didn't get in on the deal, cancel the order.
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    oops, too late again... :D

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    There was a letter from the ATF a few years back that addressed built lowers which probably applies to stripped ones as well. The ATF letter said to get a letter from the manufacturer saying it had never had a rifle stock or rifle barrel mounted and make sure the receiver was transferred on the 4473 as a pistol. Those were the only two criteria that had to be met. The second shouldn't be much of an issue. Getting a letter from DS on the other hand might be little tougher.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby45 View Post
    No. These are rifle receivers.


    No, the 4473 doesn't change the status of a frame. It depends on how it was logged into the manufacturer's log book. If it was listed as a pistol frame, it will always be a pistol frame. If it was a rifle frame and you made it into a pistol, you committed a felony unless you filed a Form 1 and paid the $200 tax for making a SBR. A gray area is you can get a factory letter stating that this particular receiver never had a shoulder stock attached and then it's legal, but this area hasn't been hashed out in the courts.

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