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I'll bet there will also be a trend towards archery in the coming few years along with flintlock black powder.Actually I think the opposite has happened, I bet there are more people doing shotgun sports now than ever.... I mean think about it say your competitive pistol shooter and you just happen to have a couple of shotguns.... well last year you'd probably be like "well f*** it I'll just shoot sporting clays or skeet, trap or something. At least i can buy that stuff. "
Good luck with GunJoker right now. I've been looking for a few "off kilter" items. If you find one, people are paying $200+ for the "junk" stuff (Taurus, Charter Arms) and $400 to $600+ for "brand name" (i.e. Remington 11-87 in 20ga)That's great but that's not going to help him get a decent 1911. RIGHT NOW. Going to DTE is going to limit him to the smallest pool of available choices and going to expose him to the largest pool of competing buyers. The guy looking for a 1911 is better off running out of band and using gunbroker or other tools to find the gun he wants from (Wherever) and getting it to a dealer that can help him transfer it.
USPS is awful lately (other thread on that). Mailed a return receipt letter to state government last month. Receipt shows "Wednesday" acceptance but not "logged in" until Friday and not delivered until the following Monday (the day it absolutely had to be there, in the same state).So I bought a Kimber Custom two tone from an FFL in Minnesota on Gunbroker.
Only thing is it's being shipped via postal service so who knows how long that'll take.
That is a regulation of common carriers (I believe Fedex and UPS have the same policy), not USPS. USPS allows handguns to be shipped between FFL if form PS 1508 is on file with the post office receiving the item for shipment. https://about.usps.com/forms/ps1508.pdfThought handguns had to be shipped 2nd day?
For awhile there i was makeing so much ammo l, i clearly got carried away....All my awesome equipment while very expensive was actually completely free...Pay itself off multiple times.Are you thinking of selling it to Remington;
to boost production?
Sooooooo sell us some tracers? Haha
Anything That Can't Go On Forever, Won't Dept.I bet there are more people doing shotgun sports now than ever.... I mean think about it say your competitive pistol shooter and you just happen to have a couple of shotguns.... well last year you'd probably be like "well f*** it I'll just shoot sporting clays or skeet, trap or something. At least i can buy that stuff. "