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  1. #41
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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by sota View Post
    i'd think any of the numerous builds you can do from PSA would fit the bill of cheap and willing to get stolen by the police.
    Hell no!

    Police confiscation starts with DPMS sportical / oracle and only goes down from there.

    Bear Creak and Radical are probably cheaper.
    Last edited by Hodgie; January 11th, 2019 at 07:13 PM.

  2. #42
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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    I'm keeping my eyes peeled for something used for now, I have some time.
    If it ain't broke it ain't mine.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Hi-Point carbine.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Hi-Point carbine.
    That could work!
    If it ain't broke it ain't mine.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    You can buy an AR15 for $350.

    WTF do HiPoints cost these days? $320?

    I don't understand the thought process.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    You can buy an AR15 for $350.

    WTF do HiPoints cost these days? $320?

    I don't understand the thought process.
    I think I know where I can land a High Point for less than $200
    If it ain't broke it ain't mine.

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    I think I know where I can land a High Point for less than $200
    When I bought mine, it was $119.99 NEW. Not sure when that was, but I was shocked to see what they want for them now.
    They're worth $120, but I wouldn't pay more than that for one. I sold mine a long time ago to help pay for my first AR15.
    (I guess that was around 2006/2007)

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    I agree that you should leave the HK @ home...

    Got a jigsaw?

    Howzabout one of these? Just paint it EB (evil black) and nobody in the media will know the difference. Could even use empty toilet paper cardboard for the optics...

    Rubberband rifle.jpg

    Just be sure it's not loaded while in your vehicle and store the rubber bands separate from the rifle while transporting across the state...
    - bamboomaster

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    I gave this very question a lot of thought before going to the Pittsburgh rally.

    One of the big questions that I still wonder is- Would carrying an SBR afford more protection from the permanent disappearance of a confiscated firearm or would it just be a more costly mistake?

    Would the ATF intercede on the behalf of a registered owner (assuming no State/Federal laws are broken)?

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    Default Re: I Feel the Need for a Sacrificial Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by ExFlyinguy View Post
    I gave this very question a lot of thought before going to the Pittsburgh rally.

    One of the big questions that I still wonder is- Would carrying an SBR afford more protection from the permanent disappearance of a confiscated firearm or would it just be a more costly mistake?

    Would the ATF intercede on the behalf of a registered owner (assuming no State/Federal laws are broken)?
    At that rally, I wouldn't be concerned, since carry is legal, and they hadn't banned anything at that point.

    Once they "ban" them, I wouldn't do it even with a note from my mother.

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