19 February 2007

About That AR

Further research has revealed that it just can't be afforded.

Steering away from the lowest price will do that, even if you are avoiding shoddy workmanship and materials by selecting the higher price.

This rapidly changed from a $550 per gun to $750 a gun. And that crosses the line from "worth it" to "why bother". Especially since complete guns are available for just a smidgen more.

Coupled with the legal requirements and their associated fees, it stops being profitable almost instantly.

Oh yeah, the bills didn't miraculously disappear. Still gotta pay to have luxuries like food.

The research was fun though. It's a pity there isn't more to look up.

Advanced orders and cash would change the entire dynamic... Want to get in on the ground floor of a pre-IPO venture in the lucrative gun making market?

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