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They had a pretty cool long barrelled MKII "amphibious" listed.Damn... suppressors, and I think I saw an integrally suppressed 10/22 and a Mark II. I could be wrong, but still...
I HATE this ,,,,,,, state and it's tyrannical laws. I'd love a suppressed 10/22 or Mark II.
According to this FAQ you still have to pay $200 and the item needs to me already in MA...I wonder if you have to be physically present to get in on those auctions? I would like to bid on some of the SBR registered lowers. A $5 transfer tax versus the $200 stamp seems alot better.
Something doesn't seem right here. According to Proxibid, Harris Auctions LLC is performing the auction not OglesbyAuctioneers.On Saturday, April 10th Oglesby & Company Auctioneers will be holding a 1 day liquidation of Anvil Arms, selling the Complete Inventory for the Secured Creditor including all Semi-Automatic and Fully Automatic Firearms, Suppressed Firearms, Ammunition, Parts, Tooling, Machine Shop Equipment, Lower Receivers, Complete Lower Receivers, Upper Receivers, and Much, Much More!
Online Bidding is available via Proxibid. Check out www.OglesbyAuctioneers.com to see a catalog of available items to bid on, or Join us On-Site at
Saturday, April 10th @ 10AM
2358 Old Combee Rd. Suite #103
Lakeland, Florida 33805
Did you call them? They have a phone number:I emailed Harris Auctions LLC to see what the shipping rates and charges are and no response. As if they fell off the face of the earth. I'd hold off on the bidding unless you threw in a ridiculous lowball bid.