Thanks for the info.I think I'm going to pass on this trade for my trailer.You saved me from making a bad choice of weapons. 8) Thanks waj
It's not a "bad" weapon IMHO, just one that needs a little careful oversight and of course has little in the way of compatability with standard AR replacement parts. The question is, will you be able to make this kind of a deal (aka gun for trailer) again? Seems to me it might actually be a good trade in that you're not out any cash for an admittedly quirky but fun gun.
You need to ask yourself: Are you enjoying your trailer more than you would enjoy shooting the Pro Ord Carbon 15? Is there anything else of value to you that you might be able to get for your trailer, and which would be worth more than the Pro Ord?
I paid cash for mine, and it is that
that I somewhat regret. However, I do have some older but still functional farm and garden implements (tractors, riding lawnmowers etc.) that I'd gladly trade for another NIB Pro Ord Carbon 15.
"But the noble man makes noble plans,
and by noble deeds he stands."