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#1 2019-05-23 20:20:46 - AR15.com

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AR15.com

Had flashbacks to CSNBBS reading AR15.com today:

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You know that guy's a blast in real life.


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#2 2019-05-23 21:07:34 - AR15.com

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Saw this yesterday......place in Houston makes them. No word yet if they have a varsity edition

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#3 2019-05-23 21:10:32 - AR15.com

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Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

Saw this yesterday......place in Houston makes them. No word yet if they have a varsity edition

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Bud's Broiler edition is chambered in 7.62 Soviet and comes from the factory with an obliterated serial number.


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#4 2019-10-02 21:40:00 - AR15.com

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PSA is a high volume dealer/distributor of anything they can make a dime on.  They are only interested in volume.  As for business practices, they are not the most ethically sound folks in the industry.  Actually, they are quite arrogant to deal with one on one...and I have done this as we are members/shareholders of the same National buyer's group.  If you like a big box mentality with no loyalty given or expected, they are for you.  As for their AR lowers, they are mass produced and sell as low as $25 at times.  They will work but they are not precision instruments by any means.


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#5 2019-10-03 08:00:04 - AR15.com

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Recently bought a Shield 9mm from PSA.. $250

Can't beat that

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#6 2019-10-03 21:11:26 - AR15.com

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EagleFWB wrote:

Recently bought a Shield 9mm from PSA.. $250

Can't beat that

New? That's a good price for a police trade in where I shop, and most of them are .40 S&W. For a new 9mm that's a steal.


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#7 2019-10-05 18:29:29 - AR15.com

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EagleFWB wrote:

Recently bought a Shield 9mm from PSA.. $250

Can't beat that

That is a "gen 1" Shield I take it...Shield 2.0 is higher


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#8 2019-10-07 08:40:02 - AR15.com

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USMstang wrote:
EagleFWB wrote:

Recently bought a Shield 9mm from PSA.. $250

Can't beat that

That is a "gen 1" Shield I take it...Shield 2.0 is higher

That's correct. It's not the 2.0.

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#9 2019-10-07 23:21:21 - AR15.com

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EagleFWB wrote:
USMstang wrote:
EagleFWB wrote:

Recently bought a Shield 9mm from PSA.. $250

Can't beat that

That is a "gen 1" Shield I take it...Shield 2.0 is higher

That's correct. It's not the 2.0.

I sell those new for $279 with a lifetime warranty.  Folks will order the one from PSA and pay more after transfer fee.  And if something should happen to it, they are on their own.  In the first 3-12 months depending on mfg, they'll usually pay freight for warranty work.  We take care of the shipping for our guns as long as they own them for mfg issues.

As for the Shield, the differences between the 1st gen and the 2.0 are mostly cosmetic.  They are both outstanding weapons in every way for the money.  One of the better sellers in their class.  We've sold hundreds in the past 6 years.

Where are you located?

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#10 2019-10-08 07:34:42 - AR15.com

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I live in the Florida panhandle.

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#11 2019-10-08 12:04:17 - AR15.com

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EagleFWB wrote:

I live in the Florida panhandle.

Seriously? Not near Fort Walton Beach by chance?


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#12 2019-10-08 17:31:16 - AR15.com

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USMstang wrote:
EagleFWB wrote:
USMstang wrote:

That is a "gen 1" Shield I take it...Shield 2.0 is higher

That's correct. It's not the 2.0.

I sell those new for $279 with a lifetime warranty.  Folks will order the one from PSA and pay more after transfer fee.  And if something should happen to it, they are on their own.  In the first 3-12 months depending on mfg, they'll usually pay freight for warranty work.  We take care of the shipping for our guns as long as they own them for mfg issues.

As for the Shield, the differences between the 1st gen and the 2.0 are mostly cosmetic.  They are both outstanding weapons in every way for the money.  One of the better sellers in their class.  We've sold hundreds in the past 6 years.

Where are you located?

You sell the 2.0 for $279?

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