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get what ever you can get when ever you have a chance to get it because if you pass on it it just might not be there in the next five minutes when you change your mind and come back for it.
 

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yes buy now because they talkin about how our second amendments right is causeing all kinds of deaths in mexico so it's only a matter of time before something is passed. infact if you can try to buy up stocks and mags for guns you don't even own they will be worth alot of money in the future.
 

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how many ak's do you have right now?

I had actually purchased one of the AK Shooter's Package yesterday morning for $549 from Classic Arms, shortly after Eric Holder's announcement.

Then there was a problem with my FFL, so I had to call back and change the FFL information. It took two hours to get through. During that time, CA had raised the prices of the shooter's package to $599, and changed their website to reflect POR.

When I finally got through, instead of honoring the $549 price from my earlier transaction, CA stated that I would be subject to the new, higher price. At the time (and under a panic) I reluctantly agreed, though I was pissed.

This morning, I sent them a fax to cancel the order. My fax stated that "Upon reflection, I'd like to cancel this order as I just don't believe what a WASR-10 is worth that price, even in this political climate." I still hold to that opinion. Sherry (Shirley?) called me back a few minutes after I sent the fax and I was able to get my order canceled without hassle. She was nice about it and understood my reasoning for wanting to cancel.

A WASR-10 is a cheap rifle by any standard. Sure, it's reliable as hell, but it is inexpensively made and is just not worth $650 (after shipping and FFL). I really wasn't happy with the $550 price tag either, but at that price it was a bit more palatable to own a piece of history that may otherwise soon be unavailable to law-abiding Americans. Keep in mind that back in October last year, a WASR-10 could be routinely purchased for around $300-350. Back then, that was still considered 'expensive'.

At the price the AK-47 variants are fetching now due to the political climate, I could think of many other firearms I'd rather have, both on and off the 'ban list'.

That's just my 2¢ on the issue.

Anyway, Pelosi (not that I trust her) and Reid (who actually has a somewhat pro-gun record) have put cold water on the Administration's AWB plans. For now.
 

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not to long ago like a few weeks i had a guy offer me 2k for one of my ak's needless to say i still have it in my closet the gun means more to me than money now maybe in the future if times get really rough i can turn one loose but for now they staying put and if i cani'm gonna get a few more in a few weeks.
 
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