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  1. So when I first started really getting into shooting & reloading awhile back I remember some of the prices and stock before cancer got me and compared to now the supplies (obviously) are nowhere to found (in-store anyways) and what can be found are ASTRONOMICALLY pricey (at least compared to what I remember it being). I remember when a 500ct of .223 went for like $35 and now it's like $75 and up. I saw a 2k CT of em in Sportsman's for what like $319 and ya I could use some more projectiles but that price is cringey to say the least. Not to mention that there's hardly ever primers, brass, and/or powder to keep the press going either... That ammo shortage really hit reloading where it hurts too. Soooooo....I was wondering.....does anyone know of any sites, businesses, sources, etc to get reloading supplies without losing an arm and/or a leg. I have been looking and cross referencing between sites thus far for best prices and I think $70 per 500ct projectiles is the lowest I've gotten. I won't bore ya'll with the other "ppr" stats I have for the rest of the supplies but that's also why I'm here to see if ya'll got any good places to go for restock. Please & THANK you!! Haha hope ya'll have a FANTASTIC weekend!!! -Big D Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  2. Agreed and acknowledged sir! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  3. Actually I wholeheartedly appreciate that info..some of which I knew but some of which I also didn't so I'm thankful for that sir!! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  4. Thank you for the info!! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  5. WOOOOOOWEEEEE that's a pricetag for just a lower!! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  6. From what you are putting down it most likely isn't but no harm in taking a peek thru the looking glass. Thanks for the info!! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  7. I appreciate the info none the less sir!! Thank you! I'm curious about auto builds now. I think I'm gonna dive deeper into that. Curiosity killed the cat guys!! Hahahaha [emoji38][emoji38] Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  8. That's what I had gathered but I was looking for straight up verification. Thank you. Is there a way to legally obtain an auto fire lower? [emoji848][emoji848] ...asking for a friend lol I see auto guns for sale on like gun broker and stuff but out of my realm of possibility. But always been curious about the process and such. Still learning all those curveballs... Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  9. Do you mind elaborating? Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  10. So I got an email for daily deals for PSA yesterday and was dumbfounded to see M4A1 auto lowers for sale. I didn't know you could buy them in the first place, let alone on PSA. So now I'm uber curious as to if they are legal to purchase (esp in Colorado), what the law is on them, how you can do builds with em, tips/suggestions, etc etc etc....just any and ALL info ya'll have on this matter. I have been researching myself since I saw the sale ad and found a bunch but I'm still quite interested in hearing what ya'll say to the topic!! Ohhhhh wee hoss!! I'm ecstatic to be learning more about this part of the gun world. I'm still new to many aspects of the gun world (OBVIOUSLY lol [emoji38] [emoji23]) but I'm EAGER to learn so whatchya'll got for me!! Thanks in advance for any info, suggestions, tips, etc ya'll add to this thread. Attached is a screenshot of the M4A1 lower on PSA. -Big D Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  11. These shirts are gonna make serious money.... let's do a shirt run ourselves!! Prob close to 100m Americans out there unvaxxd we could appeal to. I'll start the Kickstarter if I can get backup from ya'll. Haha business venture adventures!! Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  12. I figured as much but that's why I'm here to find out the right answers or at least the best ones haha before I move ahead om any decisions. I also figured it might be like the one in the pic but again just double checking to make sure I'm not stepping on toes and/or getting myself in trouble over something so minor. Thanks again. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  13. So slings are okay to use as well? Oh! And the buffer tube... I'll provide an example. Is there issues with removing the AR 6 position buffer tube for just a straight/bare buffer tube like in the photo? I want to make sure changing minor items for some "extra" pizzazz like this is okay. Trying to make a nice personal build [emoji2][emoji2] just wanna make sure anything I do is within the correct laws. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  14. Hey all!! Thanks to ask for your help thus far AR pistol laws, info, and advice. Now I have some additional questions about accessories. For example, I know if you replace the stabilizing brace with a stock you are effectively redesigning the firearm to an SBR. Adding a foregrip redesigns it to an SBR...or is it an AOW? Either way, this can be confusing a bit as we already established due to the ATF's "this is how we feel about it at this current moment interpretation" of any gun and/or gun products. With that being said, I wanted to ensure I'm staying on track with the legal interpretation of AR pistols. First off, the buffer tube. I have seen ppl remove the stabilizing brace and go just bare tube. While I doubt this is illegal or not allowed, what I'm curious about is, are you allowed to replace the buffer tube itself with a different buffer tube choice? For example, if I had an AR pistol with a 6 position buffer tube can I change it to a symmetrical pistol buffer tube that's the same length. I am not sure if changing it wouldn't be allowed or if the length changes aren't allowed etc. That's why that's my first question as I don't think I would utilize a stabilizing brace or a 6 position buffer tube if I had a AR pistol that came in that style. Next, I wanted to verify that RDS & handstops/AFGs are usable without "effectively redesigning" the firearm as the ATF would put it. I know you cannot use vertical foregrips but I'm curious is there is like a list of acceptable accessories for AR pistols. I don't want to go crazy or anything. I just want to be able to explore my options and make a great white buffalo for myself and have fun doing it. Again all, thanks in advance for any & all information, advice, comments, and/or suggestions. I appreciate ya'lls help tremendously!! -Big D Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  15. How recent is this ruling? Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
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