I don’t know if one could call me anything but a fan since I have owned around 11 versions of the American made 556 starting with two of the first 1000 guns ever made and basically touching almost every iteration of the platform along the way.Not a true fan, I see. Unless you're putting that cash toward a true Swiss gun.
Ha ha. I was never tempted to mess with the Swiss guns due to the magazines but I definitely admired them from a far. The American made ones are so functional, and by comparison, inexpensive that I just focused there because I’m a cheap bastard.The US made ones are where it's at seeing as they're more rare. ^_~
I retract my previous comment. You are indeed a fan, and have been in the game longer than me. I misinterpreted your initial post, as I got the impression you were shedding all your p556 guns merely because they are fetching more than usual currently.I don’t know if one could call me anything but a fan since I have owned around 11 versions of the American made 556 starting with two of the first 1000 guns ever made and basically touching almost every iteration of the platform along the way.
Gratzi. Frugal here. As I had an early one, I would get the same low price as the later ones if I tried to sell it......so Accomplice's cheap bastard in me would come out. And rather than get US made parts kits (which I prolly should have), I just kept an eye out for another early one, snagged it, and now I've got a donor gun in case for some unforseen reason one fails.I like how you think.
A Bud says that firearms that are unique have more value than the others. You're going to trade a cool metal sbr looking gun that screams utility and trade it for 2 generic, plastic abortions.it’s so cool I hesitate to sell it even for $2.1kish . I’m still on the fence about it. I might end up trading it for two unfired Beretta ARX100s.