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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 7/15/2002 10:18:33 AM EST
I just purchased a RRA 16in A2 carbine for $599.00 on Gunbroker.com. The dealer said that he is not selling it as a complete gun but as a complete lower and complete upper, both fully assembled, that I can put together and that is why it is so cheap. Does this make sense ? The deal seemed to good to pass up.
Link Posted: 7/15/2002 10:21:34 AM EST
I think he avoids an 11% complete gun tax that way.
Link Posted: 7/15/2002 10:25:11 AM EST
It only costs $599 to buy a lower and a 20" a2 upper. from RRA (dealer cost).

BUT,... you don't get a warranty. Me? When I ordered my 20" a2 rifle, I bought the whole thing for $650. (That is dealer cost for that rifle, down from $700 4 months ago!!!)

The piece of mind was worth it. If I have a problem, mail it to RRA and let it be their problem, not mine...

mug
Link Posted: 7/15/2002 10:37:21 AM EST
A complete lower and a complete A2 upper from RRA is $525 dealer. Not to worry, he made a decent profit on this sale.
I would not worry a great deal about the complete gun warranty. These are high quality guns and RRA will stand behind their products. If you have a problem, email me.
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