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It's a tool. Often it's used by tools to low ball you. Sorry. For sale. Glock 19 at ( academy retail $500) $450.  Thats your selling price. My buying price is $200. "Steve's buying price is $350. Tod's is $400 and Larry's is $450. Problem is for every Larry there are 10 steves and 100 Mike's. you got to find the Larry and they have to find you.

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Guess they'll have to drive to arizona to buy their guns. Shame.
I love the fact that white-people are supposed to just GIVE property to poor people, so they can live there for free. I am sure that that will turn them into productive individuals and they in turn will pay that forward.
Politics, Gripes, Complaints / ..confused about the "new world order" ?..
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yeah yeah, the bigger picture but to tell you the truth, I could not care less about anything having to do with N.J.
I'd like to support KKalifornia's bid to secede and take NJ and other Left wing states with them from the nation and then fall into the ocean.

(Fixed it Tango, thanks for the reminder)
Bill Introduced in Congress that Would Ban NJs Gun Control Laws

Now this is a bill we can support The Second Amendment Guarantee Act, introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY), would ban most of NJ's gun control laws.

Drafted for people living in states like New Jersey, the Second Amendment Guarantee Act (SAGA) would prevent states from being able to ban any weapons that are legal under Federal Law. This legislation would protect the Second Amendment rights of New Yorkers that were unjustly taken away by Andrew Cuomo, said Collins.
AB 736 Attempts to Tax California Gun Dealers Out of Business

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -( On Monday, August 21, 2017 the California State Senate Appropriations Committee will hear AB 736 (Gipson), a measure which imposes civil fines on Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs), which the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) believes will drive gun stores out of business.
FYI: Story has a link for more info if you are affected and did not know about this...
Remington says court should approve rifle settlement even if gun owners may be suspicious

Lawsuits have linked the alleged defect to dozens of deaths and hundreds of serious injuries. Remington has steadfastly denied the allegations. The company maintains that the guns are safe and free of defects, and blames all of the incidents on user errors.

But two Model 700 owners a sheriff's deputy in Louisiana and an attorney in Oklahoma appealed the ruling to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Lewis Frost and Richard Denney accuse Remington of deliberately downplaying the risk from the guns in order to suppress claims under the settlement. They argue that the small number of claims only about 22,000 as of February proves the company has not done enough to notify the public.
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