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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Well I finally did it. I bought 10 new DPMS stripped lowers.Plus I already had a double Star. I've been wanting to stock up and now I have. Wife wasn't as thrilled as I was. :???: But oh well. Now time to stock up on mags and ammo. Oh ya I'm gonna have to take out a second mortgage to build these damn things.
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Holy crap

Did you get a good price or something?

I would think 2 full rifles is better then 10 stripped lowers.

Now sell me one. :)
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
decent price. 100 bucks a peice out the door. Just want to get them so I'm stocked. Plus I already have my tricked out bushy and my double star lower built. I just like to plan ahead.
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
...sorry, but your wife is correct. Especially if you are serious about mortgaging your house for firearms. You do know they have professional help for what you have?;)
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
If you really are buying them for investment purposes it could come back to bite you in the a$$, what if they decide that any sales of grandfathered parts or weapons will be outlawed, then you're stuck with 10 lowers. If you are planning to build 10 AR's then have at it.
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Yea you definitely got a problem with all them lowers there. I'm gonna suggest you mail me one to help get rid of some. Never built an AR or even know much about them but I figure you ship me a lower and I'll learn real quick. :) Just PM me and I'll get you that address. Don't thank me, anything to help a fellow member out.
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
You never know in the next few years they could be worth their weight in gold.
1) The value of gold could go down.

2) The value of lowers could go up.

3) Both could happen and they could meet in the middle.

4) These lowers are transported to a planet/location where gravity is weaker so the weight/gold ratio is skewed

5) An eccentric, gun-hating trillionare wants to buy them for tons more than they're worth because he wants to buy and destroy all firearms/parts on the planet.

6) Something unique could happen to these lowers making them excellent auction items for collectors.

The possibilities are endless.
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
Personally I think investing in 223 reloading equipment and components is the smart move.

10 ARs with no ammo isn't too much fun.

I am sitting on alittle over 4 cases of Wolf but I am also starting to roll my own 223.

Of course it helps when you have a buddy to borrow all the dies and stuff off of.
 
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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
Well just sell me one, for say $50 or so, it will get you back on the bed, and sleeping on a bed is priceless if I learned anything from backpacking all those years.
 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
Just glad I'll never have to buy another again. I'm gonna load up on mags in january probably about a 100 or so. Then I'll wait to load up on ammo. Some say 10 is over kill. I say better to have them and not need them, than need them and can't get them:mrgreen:. Wife was more OK with it than I thought. I just have to build her one.
 
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Discussion Starter · #16 ·
A local shop I've been dealing with for about 3 years. He usually sales them for $129.95 plus tax. But since I got 10 he gave me a good break.
 
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