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    Default Re: Groomsmen guns

    dick's has the henry ar-7's for $249.99
    cabela's has them for $259.99, but there's 15% off gift cards you can buy that'd bring the price down to about $221 per.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    I saw Tanners advertising Kahr CW .380's for $209.99 yesterday on Facebook they are slick little pocket gun with excellent reliability. The 10/22's are cool too, if you guys all hunt you can try and get together once a year and do a squirrel or small game hunt with them.
    I’ll second the Kahr. They are a Pennsylvania company and Mr Moon did come to the 2nd amendment rally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daycrawler View Post
    Your gift is very generous. Just so you don't get in trouble and since you are not purchasing the gun for yourself, how will you complete the paperwork? I would suggest having them complete the paper work. Also, why not let them pick the gun of choice from the three?
    If I'm not mistaken, it is not considered straw purchasing (ie, you are the actual buyer) if you are purchasing the firearm as a gift. Though PA issues with handguns still apply.

    Usual IANAL disclaimer.

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    How about the little NAA mini revolvers. That's something different and in the price range.

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    Im glad to see someone else is looking at doing this. Im also getting married and im also considering long guns as gifts for my groomsmen.

    My list as im in the same price range

    Marlin Model 60s
    Rossi RS22 (107 bucks online right now)
    Mossberg 500 or maverick 88
    Savage 22

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    So you are going to the Poconos

    Take a ride to the Tommy Gun Warehouse aka Kahr factory outlet and gun store... or any other LGS, plenty out that way. Tell them the limit you will pay upto.. have them pick out their weapon, fill out the forms, and you pay at the register.
    Get a pile of rags, cleaner/lube and go shooting at the lake house.. then they all take their firearms home with them
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    Wow I was just looking and you have been at this for a year and still not figured it out LOL

    http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=323536 started July 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parrisk View Post
    Wow I was just looking and you have been at this for a year and still not figured it out LOL

    http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=323536 started July 2017
    That thread was about asking them to be my groomsmen. I ended up making wooden boxes, cutting foam and putting a zippo, a little bottle of alcohol and a nice belt in each of them.

    This is a gift for actually being my groomsmen. It's crazy I forgot I even made that thread, haha Im so busy with work, my side work and planning a wedding it's insane.

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    Instead of some low-budget firearm....why not consider a nice leather belt/holster for their choice of carry?

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