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Posted: 5/10/2003 2:32:28 PM EST
I'm thinking of getting a BM M17 bullpup. I don't have the cash to buy one right now. So, I was thinking of selling or trading another AR to get the M17. I want it for a plinking/project gun. It's kind of like a SPAS12 to me. It's not very practical but it looks cool, so I want one.

I'm looking for opinions on whether it is worth selling or trading a BM 20" A2 to get one. Will I reget it later?
Link Posted: 5/10/2003 2:39:50 PM EST
hell no! dont trade thet 20" a2[%(]
Link Posted: 5/10/2003 3:46:44 PM EST
If you can send it in to get it "remixed" at Kurts Custom, go for it... But you already said you dont have the $$, and the stock weapon may dissapoint you. Go for it if you see yourself down the road getting it tuned by Kurt, he can do wonders.
Link Posted: 5/10/2003 4:10:24 PM EST
let me know if you decide you want one. mine has only been shot a few times. interested in some sort of trade.
Link Posted: 5/10/2003 10:04:01 PM EST
[Last Edit: 5/10/2003 10:05:45 PM EST by az-gunner]
This is the problem. The A2 doesn't, and won't get much range time. So, it just sits in the safe. The M17 would give me a new toy, new project and some cash for the project. I want something Kurts Custom'ish, but want to see what I can do on my own. I like drafting designs and have machinist friends. My concern is taking a $400-550 rifle and investing a lot of time and materials, only to have a $400-550 finished product. Although the tricked out M17s may have several hundred $$$ invested in them, I don't see many selling for over $600 when new ones are going for $650. Then bring it all back to the A2 sitting in the safe needing nothing more than some lube and a loaded mag. Decisions....
Link Posted: 5/11/2003 4:06:17 AM EST
This is what I did on my own with minimal time and money in materials. [img]http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/ctisone/M17S.jpg[/img]
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