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Bubacus
January 16, 2015, 16:32
Pretty depressing if you wanted an MG and don't have one...Pretty exciting if you've had an MG for over 10 years:

http://www.machinegunpriceguide.com/html/machine_guns.html

Of most of the Transferables, the FAL seems to have a nice steady rise in value, there seem to be spikes in the values of other guns:

http://www.machinegunpriceguide.com/assets/images/db_images/db_FAL3.gif

L Haney
January 16, 2015, 18:12
What you are seeing is visual proof of how the fed has interfered with interstate commerce.

By regulating a 'thing' that in and of itself CANNOT cause harm, rather than a human agency possessing mens rea, they have distorted free trade, killed innovation, and driven some few businesses into bankruptcy.

In addition, in an echo of Prohibition, they have generated a black market with the associated crime, made unknown numbers of people felons, fabricated a monumental structure of additional government agents who do nothing other than work to entrap the ignorant and foolish.

Oh yeah, as a drive by, they made a MAC-10 that went wholesale for $95 worth thousands. Good for you if you bought a couple of cases of them in 1978.

Sampson1986
January 16, 2015, 19:15
http://www.machinegunpriceguide.com/assets/images/db_images/db_Type991.gif

Don't know if I cut a fat hog or f'ed the pooch, but I just picked one of these up for less than $7K.

Goodbye, tax return.

SAFN49
January 16, 2015, 19:31
I never should have sold my M16 for the stupidly astronomically high price of $4500. :facepalm:

D P Six
January 16, 2015, 20:27
I never should have sold my M16 for the stupidly astronomically high price of $4500. :facepalm:

In reality an AR15 should cost a little more than an M16 because of the extra machining step to modify fire control M16 parts to semi. Neither one should cost even a grand.

SAFN49
January 16, 2015, 21:14
In reality an AR15 should cost a little more than an M16 because of the extra machining step to modify fire control M16 parts to semi. Neither one should cost even a grand.

M16's used to be $600 and the AR15's were a little more. It was just that back in the day the extra $200, 1/3 the cost of the rifle, and all the extraneous crap that went along with it, generally wasn't worth the hassle.

Bawana jim
January 16, 2015, 21:42
So what will the prices be ten years from now?

Story
January 17, 2015, 00:33
So what will the prices be ten years from now?

One mare, plus or minus two to five chickens.

Bawana jim
January 17, 2015, 09:21
One mare, plus or minus two to five chickens.

I like chicken :biggrin:

Bubacus
January 17, 2015, 10:05
Who knows in 10 years if the US dollar will be worth anything...Perhaps we will be using Pesos...

But It looks like the M3 Grease Gun is the most erratic in value of the bunch:

http://www.machinegunpriceguide.com/assets/images/db_images/db_M33.gif

meltblown
January 17, 2015, 10:10
What you are seeing is visual proof of how the fed has interfered with interstate commerce.

By regulating a 'thing' that in and of itself CANNOT cause harm, rather than a human agency possessing mens rea, they have distorted free trade, killed innovation, and driven some few businesses into bankruptcy.

In addition, in an echo of Prohibition, they have generated a black market with the associated crime, made unknown numbers of people felons, fabricated a monumental structure of additional government agents who do nothing other than work to entrap the ignorant and foolish.

Oh yeah, as a drive by, they made a MAC-10 that went wholesale for $95 worth thousands. Good for you if you bought a couple of cases of them in 1978.

Bought sums it up.