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Got $101K burning a hole in your pocket?

Transferable Stoner.

8 Responses to “Got $101K burning a hole in your pocket?”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    That’s ridiculous. The problem is that some idiot is going to buy that as an ‘investment’. When it comes time to argue against the ’86 ban, that guy isn’t going to want to see his $100k+ investment turned into a $500 paperweight and will fight against us.

  2. chris Says:

    I can’t tell the caliber.

    It looks like a 308, which would make this the full auto version of the SR-25, which go for $4,000 – $5,000.

    I have a Stoner SR-15, which, of course, is a Stoner AR-15 and a nice rifle.

  3. RKM Says:

    The 63A is 5.56mm (223).

  4. Gunstar1 Says:

    Why would you pay that? I have heard that you can get stuff like that for $300 at any gunshow. Thanks to the gunshow loophole, thats where terrorists and drug dealers get them.

    /sarcasm

  5. Tam Says:

    Robb,

    When it comes time to argue against the Ď86 ban, that guy isnít going to want to see his $100k+ investment turned into a $500 paperweight and will fight against us.

    I know plenty of people who own Title II transferrable buzzguns and every last man jack of them would be happy to lose their ass on their “investments” if they could just buy guns like the old days.

  6. Lyle Says:

    I say it’s “price gouging”. The .gov should step in make machineguns “more affordable to ordinary Americans”. It isn’t “fair” that rich people should be able to buy things that I can’t adfford, just because they have more money ; )

  7. Linoge Says:

    When it comes time to argue against the Ď86 ban…

    Being a bit optimistic there, neh?

  8. Chas Says:

    Norinco could produce all that for well under $1k. Aren’t you glad you live in a free country?

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