The only people who can afford this I never argue I explain Shirt are rich collectors and big shooting ranges who charge big bucks to legally pop off a few rounds on full auto. 1970s era M16 still brings around $20K, as does a Korean war era M14, a full-blown M60 will cost you a cool $80,000. The M4 goes for around $65,000 to class 3 license holders, black market should bring half that, maybe less for a quick sale.
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John Garza said they are angle; maybe he wanted out and took the I never argue I explain Shirt to sell. Ya not like he couldn’t have gone a brought a legal semi AR15 that shoots the same way as the M16 M4Randall Perry so do 50,000 other model firearms, low. Or maybe he’s not well mentally, and we should be figuring out a way to find him and help him.
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Good job he can’t get the I never argue I explain Shirt widely available magazines or ammunition anywhere in the continental Assam Ryder. Kay Dayton, you want them to make up information (if you want fake news go to fox). Peter Henderson not certain of current policy but I’d lay odds that the firearm doesn’t have a bolt (or a firing pin).