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Posted: 12/20/2002 5:44:55 PM EDT
Store is selling a DPMS in 20" A2 configuration for $799. On the $? Too high?
Link Posted: 12/20/2002 6:10:24 PM EDT
DPMS lists that rifle (#RFA2-C, also known as "Panther Classic") for $799.00 in their catalog. So, I guess it would be par. Do YOU like paying full retail? If so, it might be a good deal. You can special order DPMS rifles in any legal configuration you want and have it shipped to your favorite FFL. You know, the one who will give you a discount =)
Link Posted: 12/20/2002 10:26:38 PM EDT
A bird in the hand I suppose... I didn't figure it was a steal but that's likely the only one I can pick up soon due to the holiday shipping madness. That doesn't mean I am that impatient, but if we're only talking 30 bucks price difference to wait 2 weeks, then I could care less. BTW, if you feel it is too high, please add what you think is an adequate asking price.
Link Posted: 12/20/2002 10:28:21 PM EDT
While we are on the subject, what do you think the DPMS A3 & the M4 configurations should fetch as well?
Link Posted: 12/21/2002 1:12:34 PM EDT
M4 post ban is $849....A3 is $779 to $789 for stock models. M4 comes with a detachable rear sight. Buy an A3 style flattop. You will have a MUCH larger selection of optics to use if you do.
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