Skip to comments.AR-15's available for shipment
Posted on 03/19/2013 3:39:13 PM PDT by RoosterRedux
Just got an email I thought some of you might appreciate. Impact Guns has some AR-15's in stock.
Never bought from Impact Guns so check them out online.
Here the link...AR-15's in stock.
I just got an email from CDNN. They also have them in stock or at least are advertising them.
Of course, buying a less expensive pistol or hunting rifle goes a long way to obtaining a real M4 or real M16A3 when the SHTF.
Every time I go to the local Wal-Mart, I check their guns and ammo stock. Not that I can afford to buy any but just to see how the supply of each is going.
The last time I was in they almost had their stock of ammo back to normal, even had .223 but still no .22LR.
Their two small circular display cabinets are again full. I even thought I saw an AR but it turned out to be a .22LR look alike, tho it did look pretty darn good. Also was at a very reasonable price. I think we may not be too far from catching up on both ammo and guns.
I’m glad to see they’re coming back on the market, but talk about sticker shock!
I want something that fires a 300-whisper or 300-blackout.
Ditto with the CDNN email. Bushmaster Optics Ready for $1299. I believe that this was a $900 rifle pre-crazy, so at least things are beginning to return to normal.
Guns ain’t no good without no ammo.
You keep telling yourself that. Try finding some target grade 9mm.
I have noticed that AR mags are starting to show up in places. I got a couple 30 round ones for $25 each from Palmetto State Armoury, Appear to have shipped.
But I hit the top 30 ammo site this morning and there isn't diddly out there.
I see that stripped lowers are still going for 2 to 3 times for what they were before.
I have bought from Impact Guns and I would recommend them.
I also saw .223 ammo on Bulk Ammo yesterday, however it is generally 3 times more expensive than it was when Obama was re-elected.
It was 356$ for 1,000 rds at that time, and now its at about 918$ for 1,000.
I am not sure what would qualify as “target grade” 9mm ammo but I can find all I want just by going to my store room and opening a .50 ammo can.
Good article from American Rifleman: http://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/shades-of-gray/
Thx for that. It is always good to get a recommendation before buying.
I have been getting a wee bit of 5.56 from CheaperThanDirt...but it ain't cheap (I like the Federal XM855 green tip in bulk...it isn't pretty or cheap but it is reliable).
I have bought from CDNN many times and they are also reliable.
I once made an order which included a freebee. When the order arrived it was not included. I phoned their toll free number and the girl found my order in less than a minute and told me she would send it to me.
Sure enough it came in just a few days.
I don't think the threat has completely passed by any means but I do think we managed to buy a lot of time, more than the Australians had. They lost their guns in the space of a week and our government was certainly trying to emulate that but we were better prepared for the fight than the Aussies.
Now that we held the line, we need to start thinking about going on the offensive; for example, here in Ohio, we are legally limited to 30 round magazines or less. I think it's about time to change that basically for no other reason than a show of force to the gun grabbers. Push 'em back.
Shipping very fast.
Both are nice, but where are you going to find ammo? A M10 variant might be a better option, since .308 (7.62) is a common hunting and military cartridge. If distance is what you are looking for, I'd go with .300 WinMag. It is a more common cartridge and the Army is converting M24's to .300 Win Mag, so potentially, it may be readily available when this ammo shortage ends.
I had bought a Ruger sr22 and a Remington 870 tac mag from them. Both arrived at the dealer in a short amount of time and everything was in order.
I had also attempted to buy an ar15 from them this past November, however the model I selected was sadly out of stock. Realizing this, I canceled the order via customer service which was very friendly and helpful, and then made the purchase locally.
I’ve nothing negative to say about Impact Guns and would certainly use them again.
I’ve bought stuff there with no problems. But like all gun sellers I expect they are busy.
I saw a couple guys picking up ARs at Dunhams sporting goods earlier this month.
Unfortunately, mine was lost in another of those tragic boating accidents. Will never again take the boat upriver to the shooting range (at least not on a stormy day).
I would love to have one, but while all that attention and money is chasing those, I just picked up a nice lever action Marlin 30-30 for $300
(Before my tragic boating accident)
Yes the 9mm Nato is pretty hot and yes your Browning should handle it OK.
I remember back when the government had the HP White labs test all guns, probably in an effort to ban them, almost none of the guns passed the tests. The Browning was an exception. It passed with no trouble.
I can remember it was fairly common for knowledgeable gun writers to say the Brownings used soft metal. Well soft metal must have been just right.
Thanks for the heads up!
I am also a big fan of scopes. You don't hear much about scopes, but in a true SHTF scenario, I'd want them mounted on my rifles.
Keep on shootin'.
I prefer Lake City XM855 in bulk (but it's kind of pricey at the moment).
Unfortunately, I lost most of mine in that unfortunate boating accident I had up on the river...lost my rifle too. And no, I wasn't hunting catfish.
I had one too.
MESSAGE TO SHOOTERS...BOATS AND RIFLES DON'T MIX.
A Marlin 30-30 is a beautiful thing to behold.
I had read a bit about it on the Internet but wasn't sure.
I was a bit hasty when I bought it and panicked like a lot of people. It was the only 9mm left and I thought that I was buying cheap target ammo. It is FMJ. Interesting that it clearly states on the box — not for resale. I don't think that that means me. I bought it at the local Sporting Good store.
I wanted more 9mm to test our new LC9. I later found out the LC9 is not rated for it. We have other 9mm but I would like to stock up. Both the LC9 and the high power are 9mm. A bonus!
Anyway, maybe I lucked out because it was cheap and might come in handy if and when it is needed.
“... libtards will push again, and again, & wash, rinse and repeat. This isnt going away anytime soon folks.”
WORTH REPEATING & REPEATING 1,000X!
I like a good red dot sight. Got em on my AR and 30-30 and I love them for quick target acquisition. Yes, my Vortec has a 2 MOA dot, but out to 100 yards, you can zero in on a target so quickly. Zero Parallax from 50 yards out. One of the SWAT guys in our police dept recommended it to me.
By target grade I mean lower cost FMJ. Not the good self defense stuff in 20 round boxes. What those of us on a budget buy for the range. Unlike DHS, which apparently has an unlimited budget and has their people practicing with jacketed hollow points.
Went to a local gun shop today (he had some 9mm in stock) and he had some AR15. One RRA CAR4 for $990. Warmed my heart to see those puppies on the rack.
Ok, I getcha now. You are talking about informal target shooting ammo.
A gov. Pysch. Op. That went sideways. Much like fast and furious.
Wow! I clicked on your link and they are making a AR in 300 Win Mag! Boy would that put a dent in your shoulder!
I hope $300 is a good price- it was NOT new but looks like new
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