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    THE 9mm ADDICT MUSIBIKE's Avatar
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    I want one of these. .40CAL is the next main military ammo which will be used through out. And, there is going to be plenty of it around in the future.

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    there is a fellow in the classified section today with three LPKs!

    assembling an AR is very easy. and you save a lot of money as well as opposed to buying one.

    lets do a run down complete upper from JSE $430 when in stock--

    LPK $83 from classifieds--

    m4 stock kit $55


    out of that you'll need a lower, and some mags there are still some good mags around for say $28 each --expensive but not insane like the $100 prices some places are asking-- you might get lucky and get some mags retail as they do pop up for about retail price of $18 from time to time.

    so were at about $560 + 100 for three mags that is $660 + a lower

    and the lower is a snag --they do sometimes come up for sale at around $200

    sights.slings, free float quad rails and so on all extra price--LOL

    so if you build one today with three mags and reasonably good mags --it is probably going to set you back $880-$900+

    one of those $500 a1 kits is going to need a barrel --say $160, or does it come with a barrel? then a lower --lets say $200 and mags another $100

    so $500+ $200+$100 = $800 that is if they come with a barrel-- the a1 might be the cheapest option.


    the big snags are LPKs, lowers, and finding a complete upper in stock anywhere at a retail price.

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    I know a man who has 2 M4s. He says he is thinking of selling them before the government thugs ban them. He also has a lot of ammo. He claims to have around 50 high cap mags for them. He also has a lot of spare parts. I'm sure that he would want $4,000 and up for the whole pile. If I can come up with the money, I may try to buy the whole pile.

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    Are they high cap mags or standard capacity mags meaning what the gun was meant to fire?
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    I'm sure that they are the standard mags-30 shot! I just get in the habit of saying hi cap so that everybody knows. But, you are right! We should call them what they are-"Standard M4 magazines!

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    well mags ain't all that short--

    the things that are very short supply in order of importance for an ar-15 set up

    #1 AMMO --223/5.56 is very short supply and very expensive --the outlook for the future is not good.

    #2 lowers & LPKs --there overpriced and scarce

    #3 everything else mags, uppers parts--they were plentiful last year few around today and their no deals anymore.


    you pal with the ar-15s could be a deal if he has got enough ammo--LOL

    today it ain't gonna take all that much ammo to make a $1,000 worth!

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    For several years (while I was working) I purchased a few boxes of ammo every payday. One time it was .223/5.56. Another time .308. Sometimes I would buy a few boxes for my various handguns. I bought a lot of .22LR. I also purchased a number of boxes of 12 gauge ammo for my shotguns. I have several cases of 7.62X39 for my AK and SKS. So, I think that I now have enough ammo to last me the rest of my life if I don't waste it. I'll use my .22s for practice.

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