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Old June 18th, 2013, 06:47 AM #21
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I think the main advantage is we have a local source now with stock we can see before we buy. If you have cash you can leave no trace and if you have an issue a local source for a solution.
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Will you be at gun shows in the area or have a local point of contact for purchasing? You are in my old hood before I moved to SMIBville. Once you get set up you should seek IP status just PM DD214. Maybe you could also look into other 80% options to expand into.
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Thats fine with ordering through the website. I work along with the owner and have Lowers Here in Maryland rather than them being shipped from California. Also I will have the news on the AR10s and 1911s before the public will and have those on hand as well when they are finished.
Okay, cool. When the 1911s come out I'll have to contact you. I much prefer to get these cash and carry as opposed to having an Internet trail that leads back to me. Also, will you be selling the 80% AR-15 lowers after October 1st?

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ok I'm new around here so forgive this question. why would any one pay $80 for a plastic lower with no real history or track record that you have to finish when finished metal ones are available for not much more? Is it just so you can say you have a lower that was not on ''the books''? I get that it is technically legal if YOU do all the work, but if anyone else does any work it is not. so what am I missing here? Or am I not missing anything?
Yep, the point is that it is not on the books. The government does not know that you have this firearm, it is completely unregulated with no serial numbers. Huge advantage for an area like MD which is banning certain firearms from being owned.
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Old June 18th, 2013, 08:33 AM #24
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sounds like you loose a lot just to skirt the law. as far as the 100 days go, time flies.
Are you kidding me? It's completely legal, you aren't "skirting" the law. And if waiting to pick up your property for 100 days, instead of the LAW which is pick up on 8th day, is ok with you then I would say your going to be no help at all in fighting the bs laws put in place on 10/1.
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sounds like you loose a lot just to skirt the law. as far as the 100 days go, time flies.
Crap you could buy the AR of your choice. Leave the stripped lower with the FFL. Get one of these and enjoy your gun this weekend.
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Who's skirting the law? Use of 80% lowers is perfectly legal given certain conditions, and I'm sure no one buying one a Polymer80 lower plans to violate those conditions.
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Will you be at gun shows in the area or have a local point of contact for purchasing? You are in my old hood before I moved to SMIBville. Once you get set up you should seek IP status just PM DD214. Maybe you could also look into other 80% options to expand into.
Thanx for your support Bro. I probably will do some gun shows but my main objective will be visiting local gun shops and let them know that I will have lowers for AR15s, AR10's, and 1911's. Starting I have to have an order of 50 or more before I ship out. Im working on flyers and more now. Even trying to spread word on social networks like facebook and continue to support my fav gun shop and crew and Engage Armament
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Okay, cool. When the 1911s come out I'll have to contact you. I much prefer to get these cash and carry as opposed to having an Internet trail that leads back to me. Also, will you be selling the 80% AR-15 lowers after October 1st?



Yep, the point is that it is not on the books. The government does not know that you have this firearm, it is completely unregulated with no serial numbers. Huge advantage for an area like MD which is banning certain firearms from being owned.
Bro OF COURSE ! **** FROSH AND MOM ! Obama can continue to sale Firearms to Syria and all these other countries but we can have them?! Im selling what ever the Manufacturer makes (AR15, AR10, 1911) . Its our Right and Completely legal. They're not firearms and not regulated until its complete (hence 80%)
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Thanx for your support Bro. I probably will do some gun shows but my main objective will be visiting local gun shops and let them know that I will have lowers for AR15s, AR10's, and 1911's. Starting I have to have an order of 50 or more before I ship out. Im working on flyers and more now. Even trying to spread word on social networks like facebook and continue to support my fav gun shop and crew and Engage Armament
Good luck with the shops. I don't know what your margins are but nowadays most are pretty slim. Maybe you could do like Tupperware and find people to host build parties.(hint hint) If you could source lpk's etc and parts to complete them you could profit on all of them. (Maybe people with test ranges could get real preference)
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Maybe your gun show table could have a few drills etc so people could finish them there.
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