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Old 07-17-2017, 05:14 PM   #11
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Silly 'pup....don't you know the little pink smiley means I was "joking" too?
I tend to not notice what I refuse to use.

But I knew from your initial post you were picking on it.
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What's crazy is, they have been told by the shops they sell to, that if they could make them faster, they could sell far more of them. Like hundreds per week.

On the other hand, the guys building my $170 AR upper is over two weeks behind in assembling things. Ticks me off, they are 18 days into my order, and still not shipped, yet they have had 4 more distinct "sales" of uppers, 50% of which are out of stock within a few hours, as they can't get more than a few parts for that particular configuration.
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On the other hand, the guys building my $170 AR upper is over two weeks behind in assembling things.
You know how many guys here would have built that for you?
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You know how many guys here would have built that for you?
Sure, so could I...but could we get those parts?
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Then you'd still just have a bolt action rifle, and not a bolt action AR....

But I'd have another gun. And besides, who really wants a bolt action AR?
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