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  1. #3661
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    Quote Originally Posted by alamo5000 View Post
    GunBroker is a certified clown show. A long time ago I bought a few things there and it was great. Since then it's just straight down hill.
    It's still good for getting a lot of eyeballs on any oddball stuff you have in order to get the best price out it. A buddy recently sold his .220 Swift for a nice sum. The problem with Gun Broker is that everybody thinks their shit is gold plated!
    There's no "Team" in F**K YOU!

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    P322 in stock at JoeBob for $469

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    IF you need Staccato Mags before the WA Ban:

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    WA State Magazine Special with code
    Thank you for being a member of the Staccato family. We are proud to offer you a special offer on 26 round magazines. For a limited time, use code WASHBOGOMAG2011 to receive discounted pricing on 9mm/.38 26 Round Super Magazines.

    WA State Residents Only
    For every 2 of the same 170mm/26 round magazines purchased, 1 magazine will be added for free
    No limit
    Valid through June 20

    https://staccato2011.com/products/9m...MJU4%3D.LDvjKg

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    Forster Co-Ax press in-stock at Brownell's.

    https://www.brownells.com/reloading/...prod38303.aspx

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    Radian ambi lowers in stock, not sure if $408 is a good deal or not though...

    https://www.smallarmsales.com/product-p/r0166.htm

    https://www.smallarmsales.com/product-p/r0389.htm
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    I don't know how much of a 'deal' it is, but I found some CCI 40gr subsonic 22LR for $8.99 per box of 100. Shipping was $11.95 and there was no tax.

    The normal price on these is $13.99 per box of 100.

    I bought 1,500 rounds of it to test out. I have several thousand rounds of .22LR ammo of various flavors already, but I am down to not that much subsonic so I figure why not try these out. Reviews say they will cycle a semi auto. The total to the door cost was 9.7 cents per round which was cheaper than most of the alternatives, especially once you start figuring out tax and shipping.

    https://gunzonedeals.com/product/CCI...100-BOX50-CASE

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    The Trij rebate on the RMMcc has been extended. That makes them available for under $350. Any thoughts about viability of the cc model as backup offset on a carbine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoilerUp View Post
    The Trij rebate on the RMMcc has been extended. That makes them available for under $350. Any thoughts about viability of the cc model as backup offset on a carbine?
    Not sure there's a plate to accommodate the narrower size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaur View Post
    Not sure there's a plate to accommodate the narrower size.
    This.

    And, the window is tiny. I know offset RMR's on a rifle aren't the most ideal setup, but you may want to look through an RMRcc before you buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaur View Post
    Not sure there's a plate to accommodate the narrower size.
    Arisaka Plates 21/22

    Seems to me like picking up a 1 MOA dot floating in space isn't going to be that much harder just because the housing is .015" narrower. Just an idea and I've blown my budget for a while anyway, but the rebate makes it a good time to pick up the RMRcc if you have a use for one.

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    Rifle Gear has the Vortex UH-1 for $450

    https://www.riflegear.com/p-8513-vor...hic-sight.aspx

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    LMT MARS-L stripped lowers available at V1 Tactical for MSRP

    https://v1tactical.com/product/mars-l-stripped/

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