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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbird1 View Post
    Football tickets or firearms...scalping is morally wrong...ALWAYS!
    So if you buy stocks that rise in value 10X you're going to sell them at the price you bought them? I just sold a $550 AR upper for $900. The guy who bought it is thrilled even after I told him what I paid for it. Ask me if I lose any sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    So if you buy stocks that rise in value 10X you're going to sell them at the price you bought them? I just sold a $550 AR upper for $900. The guy who bought it is thrilled even after I told him what I paid for it. Ask me if I lose any sleep.
    I have to agree. No one is forcing them to buy right now. If they're okay with paying those prices, so be it.

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    I don't know about "not to be concerned or a bit worried?

    As it seems that Colorado has joined the "left" coast?

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    We have seen the balance of powers in the Government toyed with through executive orders, and judges who legislate from the bench, or disregard their Constitutional duties to send a message.

    The above is a quote from Magman454. You so hit it right on the head. This is the crux of our problem. We are letting a few judges decide what is going to happen in our country.

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    "I just sold a $550 AR upper for $900. The guy who bought it is thrilled even after I told him what I paid for it. Ask me if I lose any sleep. "


    So you are a carpet bagger ! you are part of the problem.
    Look it up.
    Last edited by argo; 03-15-2013 at 07:43 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by argo View Post
    "I just sold a $550 AR upper for $900. The guy who bought it is thrilled even after I told him what I paid for it. Ask me if I lose any sleep. "


    So you are a carpet bagger ! you are part of the problem.
    Look it up.
    Argo, you need to go back further. There wouldn't BE a problem if the gov't wasn't trying to take away our firearms.

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    It's actually the distributors that are mostly responsible for the high prices right now. When I was at the last gun show, I saw a PMR-30 for $1200.00. As I was looking at it, the guy running the table came over and we had a little talk. I asked him why it was priced soo much higher than MSRP. He said that he calls the distributor with a list of what he wants. The distributor then puts a quote together with what is in stock, what is backordered, and the prices. If something that is popular comes in, the distributor calls all of the stores that requested the item, and basically sells it to the highest bidder.

    After confirming that I would not be buying the weapon, he showed me the invoice that had the PMR-30 on it. He was only asking for $100.00 more than he paid for it.
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    I would not hold my breath, there is talk of another end-play afoot. Amendments hidden in other bills, along with the "pork."
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