...that's nice but she can't touch mind...how many AR's you getting...???...would you please buy me one or two...???...That pig faced sack of shit can kiss my dimpled white ass.
That's going to be changing soon. Bet on it. The ATF has already been discussing reclassifying the upper receiver as a "weapon" as well, which would require it to be serialized and listed on a 4473 when purchased.maybe just buy the "lower" assembly which is the only part of the entire rifle that's classified as a weapon (it's the trigger area).
IDK? Part of the appeal of the AR is that you can get a brand new one from a well-regarded MFG for under $500.What are they worth ? I have a brand new Bushmaster. Never used.
don’t see a point in having it. Not trying to sell it though
IDK? Part of the appeal of the AR is that you can get a brand new one from a well-regarded MFG for under $500.
But the really nice ones can go way beyond that.
A brief Google search indicates Bushmaster are some of the higher end versions and would be more expensive.
I bought the $350 PSA that I posted earlier but then I cancelled the order the next day.
I should be putting that money into my Bronco instead.
I might be tempted by a "too good to be true" deal though.
Just because I'm worried that if I don't get one now, they may go through the roof price-wise soon.
When I see that mfg name, my first thought is "WalMart gun" from way back in the day.Bushmaster is not regarded as high end, not in my opinion.