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    Default Here's an AR15 worth investing in...

    Now, here's a deal worth investing into. Palmetto State Armory is offering a M4 kit (less receiver) for $479.00 + $11.00 shipping.

    The barrel is chambered in 5.56 and has a 1:7 twist. It's perfect for shooting 55-75 grain bullets.
    Since it's a 5.56, you can also shoot standard .223rem.


    Source: Palmetto State Armory

    The upper is completely assembled. It's a flat top A3 design with front sight, M4 barrel profile and flash hider.

    It also comes with bolt carrier and all the bits for you to assemble your stripped receiver. Add your magazine and you're ready to rock!

    I have the tools and equipment to assemble this. It takes about 30min and you're rocking!
    If any of you need any help, I would be more than happy to assist.

    Assembly instructions are all over the web. My personal favorite is this one from AR15.Com.
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    interesting

    whats the resale value of that?
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    a used AR is around $699, new is around $755. receivers are as low as $59 online. so, do the math.
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    Group buy? I'll take one.

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    not a group buy. just visit their web site and order it. the link is on the original post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndchance View Post
    Now, here's a deal worth investing into. Palmetto State Armory is offering a M4 kit (less receiver) for $479.00 + $11.00 shipping.

    This is a group buy. I will buy one for each person interested.
    It's in the quote so I'm pretty sure it's legally binding. Thanks for buying one for me.

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    What a joker. LOL. Hey Admin. can we ban this joker?!? LOL.
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    the only person I see getting banned is the guy who agreed to buy us all one... and then didn't.
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    So, once my free upper kit arrives, (and since I'm not familiar with building an AR-15)

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndchance View Post
    a used AR is around $699, new is around $755. receivers are as low as $59 online. so, do the math.
    Is there somewhere local to make this purchase? The receiver is the serial numbered part that has to go through an FFL, right? Or do you also order online and have shipped to an FFL?

    What tools are required for assembly? Anything special or just basic screwdriver/hammer type tools?

    I frequent J&G in Prescott, but where's a good ammo supplier or deals?

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