WTB - Your ( soon to be illegal ) NY magazines................................

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    WTB - Your ( soon to be illegal ) NY magazines................................

    ATTN. NY members.

    I will buy your soon to be illegal 30 rd AK47 and AR15 magazines for $5 EACH - SHIPPED.
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    Hahahaha, awesome post.

    Actually it wasn't. Nothing funny about the situation. Nothing cool about hoping to profit off of the misery of others.
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    No "misery" here. It's called profiteering if the market is already black. It's called smart to buy low.
    Ammunition magazines would be restricted to seven bullets, from the current 10, and current owners of higher-capacity magazines would have a year to sell them out of state. An owner caught at home with eight or more bullets in a magazine could face a misdemeanor charge.

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    Bold is not a warm and fuzzy. I'd advise you NY'ers to take the deal. Take it from a Californian.
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    I have 20 I will sell you. Just paypal the funds and they are yours!!!

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    Yeah, it makes total sense to sell something well below market value because you may not be able to have it later In case you haven't noticed, the price of magazines has gone through the roof and the availability if remarkably nonexistent. If someone in NY wants to dump magazines that may be a good idea. Selling a $20-$50 magazine (depending on where you look) for $5 is never a good idea.
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    It is if it costs $1000 and community service hours. The legal environment just became very hospitable to white elephants.
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    I would not sell them for less than $20 a piece(but in today's market you can get 3 times that price) --- buyer pays shipping cost --- You can use the USPS "If it fits, it ships" priority boxes......
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    You checked price of postage lately? they would be paying you to take them off their hands,be cheaper to cut them up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Echo_Four View Post
    Yeah, it makes total sense to sell something well below market value because you may not be able to have it later In case you haven't noticed, the price of magazines has gone through the roof and the availability if remarkably nonexistent. If someone in NY wants to dump magazines that may be a good idea. Selling a $20-$50 magazine (depending on where you look) for $5 is never a good idea.
    I don't know about that. The buyer is assuming a risk of paying $5.00 a piece for something that may fall under a Executive Order next saying that they can't be bought or transferred and must be destroyed on owners death. So there may not even be an opportunity to profit. $5.00 is pretty reasonable under those conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post
    ATTN. NY members.

    I will buy your soon to be illegal 30 rd AK47 and AR15 magazines for $5 EACH - SHIPPED.
    Great...., A fellow DC member kicking us in the teeth with a lowball offer. Cocky to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Great...., A fellow DC member kicking us in the teeth with a lowball offer. Cocky to say the least.
    Sarcasm, I'd say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post
    ATTN. NY members.

    I will buy your soon to be illegal 30 rd AK47 and AR15 magazines for $5 EACH - SHIPPED.
    And when the nationwide ban goes into effect, your 5$ mags will be felonies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie57 View Post
    I don't know about that. The buyer is assuming a risk of paying $5.00 a piece for something that may fall under a Executive Order next saying that they can't be bought or transferred and must be destroyed on owners death. So there may not even be an opportunity to profit. $5.00 is pretty reasonable under those conditions.
    Haven't you read the news? Obama is getting ready to pass an EO to ban all semi-automatic pistols. No buy back, no grandfathering. I'll buy all your semi-autos for $5 each, you pay shipping. Sound good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Great...., A fellow DC member kicking us in the teeth with a lowball offer. Cocky to say the least.
    OK OK . I will ADOPT your mags.

    When you move to a free state you can have them back.
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