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Old July 28th, 2007, 12:25 PM #21
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went to the gunshow today, there was alot of people and I saw alot of AMMO that is reasonable prices for the 9mm for 155 and .40S&W was 199 for federal...

I didnt buy anything since i was looking for rimfire stuff but they didnt have what i want and the internet was cheaper price ...so i am going to get it off that way ..

I surely had fun, but stayed there two hours max ..instead of all day

I will go again in NOV when i get my football money and i should get something there ...
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Old July 28th, 2007, 04:19 PM #22
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Just got back, I found me a non heavy barreled 20" A3 upper for my AR, score!

It was 305, plus 100 for the bolt (I sold the HBAR to my girlfriend with the bolt) and 60 for the detachable carry handle, My awesome girlfriend (she posts as reiflame) managed to get him to knock some off the price to boot.

I also got some factory seconds of .223 and .45 from georgia arms for a very reasonable price... hopefully it will hold me over until the group buy comes through.
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Just got back from the show. Nothing to get too excited about. Picked up another 500 Georgia Arms .223 reloads since they seemed to be the only thing that didn't go up by at least 15%. Took my little brother(well 19 isn't so little but hey....hes younger than me.) and he had a blast just looking around at all the stuff there. Had a nice chat with Dennis Todd and I guess his wife about their Class III MP5s. My brother got to hold one and see how it feels to play "Counter-Strike" for real. All in all I rate it a B- in terms of good sales and buys, and an A+ for fun value.
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I got 3 new USGI ar mags, 2 old beat up ones, a Stag Arms lower parts kit, a USGI sling and a chamber brush.

Also got to handle some cool stuff: H&K SL8 rifle, MP5K with a silencer, a Vector Arms SBR Uzi carbine [definitely getting an Uzi next. Also lots of cool WWII memorabilia.

I`ll be back next time with much more to spend!!!
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I got.....a Stag Arms lower parts kit.....
I sorry I missed that....I was actually looking for the same thing.
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I saw a few ammo deals but then ran into the same, "We don't like Maryland" attitude when I found a nice milsurp. The guy said there was no way they would sell ANY gun to a Maryland resident. He put the blame on the organizer of the show who supposedly told all dealers not to sell to MD residents. Probably 100% BS but not worth debating.
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I saw a few ammo deals but then ran into the same, "We don't like Maryland" attitude when I found a nice milsurp. The guy said there was no way would they sell ANY gun to a Maryland resident. He put the blame on the organizer of the show who supposedly told all dealers not to sell to MD residents. Probably 100% BS but not worth debating.
Must have been Dark Sun. They were the guys with the bigh stacks of Mil-surps.

I call BS on his statement about the promoter saying not to sell to MD residents. Why else would they make such a big deal of giving the out of state purchase information?

Those guys are sort of legendary for being
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Hey, they are the one's loosing sales just because they are ignorant and do not know the law's
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did any one see any ar-50's? what about 6.8mm uppers?
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did any one see any ar-50's? what about 6.8mm uppers?
I saw a LOT of .50s of various configurations, mostly bolt guns. I can't confirm what they were because I can't afford to play in that league and reisisted looking.

There was also a TON of 6.8 ammo for sale. Tony's Custom Upper was there so you can have pretty much anything you want, I would imagine.

The Alexander Arms booth was cool.....the .50 Beowulf is a bad looking caliber.
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