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skelator73
12-26-2012, 18:32
Hello fellow gters I have a question for some of you experts. A buddy of mine owes me some money and I have been telling him for weeks that I'd like my money... Well he comes up with the idea that he will just give me his ar instead of paying me. Sounds great right? Only bad part is I don't know if a whole lot about ar's. So I was wondering of any of you would be willing to shine so light on the subject for the me. The only info I have at the moment is these pictures. http://i580.photobucket.com/albums/ss249/skelator73/imagejpeg_5.jpg
http://i580.photobucket.com/albums/ss249/skelator73/imagejpeg_4.jpg
http://i580.photobucket.com/albums/ss249/skelator73/imagejpeg_2.jpg
Thanks guys!!!

janice6
12-26-2012, 18:33
Good investment right now, watch the market and sell (at the peak).

AZson
12-26-2012, 18:46
If he owes you more then $1,500 its not a good deal. But it looks nice.

skelator73
12-26-2012, 18:48
If he owes you more then $1,500 its not a good deal. But it looks nice.

He only owes me $650...

camelotkid
12-26-2012, 18:54
He only owes me $650...
that would be an easy flip right now you could make double that without even trying.

skelator73
12-26-2012, 18:57
that would be an easy flip right now you could make double that without even trying.

Well I might just keep it cause the way things are sounding it will be tough to get my hands on one for a while. I'm not in desperate need of the moneyit was just the principal that he owed me money..

I'M Glockamolie
12-26-2012, 19:58
I'd rather have that than $1000 right now, whether I keep it or sell it. An easy flip for $1500 without even thinking about it right now.

bigmoney890
12-26-2012, 20:02
Well I might just keep it cause the way things are sounding it will be tough to get my hands on one for a while. I'm not in desperate need of the moneyit was just the principal that he owed me money..

Do it and don't look back. Just make sure you draw up a bill of sale so he can't claim you stole it in a few months. I know he's your buddy, but money makes people do funny things :rofl:


It's a great investment, especially in the political climate we're in now.

bmoore
12-26-2012, 20:04
I would probably take the rifle. Besides what we can see, do you have any details on it?

*ASH*
12-26-2012, 20:13
if all he owes is 650 , thats no brainer , flip it like others said . i bought a colt and flipped it this week for a big return ,

but i aint selling my Daniel Defense :supergrin::supergrin:

skelator73
12-26-2012, 20:14
I would probably take the rifle. Besides what we can see, do you have any details on it?

I unfortunately do not... I know his brother builds hid guns and I know he likes to use dpms parts do my guess is that that's what's in this one... Justa gguess tho

bmoore
12-26-2012, 20:15
I unfortunately do not... I know his brother builds hid guns and I know he likes to use dpms parts do my guess is that that's what's in this one... Justa gguess tho

For 650 I would probably just take it.

arushus
12-26-2012, 22:24
Definitely a good investment!!!

Tank44
12-26-2012, 22:57
Flip it!

gommer
12-27-2012, 11:52
For 650 I would probably just take it.

This.


Here's the thing. I have a rule in life - I never loan money that I expect to get back.

Saves a lot of problems. (In reference to friends and family, that is. All else must provide collateral.)

03Cobra
12-27-2012, 12:41
This.


Here's the thing. I have a rule in life - I never loan money that I expect to get back.

Saves a lot of problems. (In reference to friends and family, that is. All else must provide collateral.)

100% agree. take the gun and call it even, both are happy

Gunnut 45/454
12-27-2012, 12:55
Yea even if its a home build its still wurth $650! And with todays market wurth more then a grand! Keep it is a good option as well never know you might need it soon! Good luck finding ammo though!:whistling:

Paul53
12-27-2012, 22:06
It's probably you're only chance of getting your money back.

For future reference, never lend money if you really need to get it back.

If you lend somebody $20 and never see him again, it was probably worth it.

mjkeat
12-27-2012, 22:35
It's not worth $200 knowing that his brother "builds" his ARs and likes to use DPMS parts. The good thing for you is there are a metric ton of people that don't know **** and shoot even less. These are the same people buying up any POS they can get their hands on for retarded amounts of money.

That said. Take the AR to pay off the debt and bend someone over w/ it. Plenty of ****tards (my favorite word) begging to be screwed.

Gunnut 45/454
12-28-2012, 11:24
mjkeat
Wow hate home builds much? So you never built an AR? Or you just one of those Brand whores!!:faint: Especially when there a good chance there have been more home built ARs produced then factory made in the last 5 years!:rofl:

WoodenPlank
12-28-2012, 11:53
mjkeat
Wow hate home builds much? So you never built an AR? Or you just one of those Brand whores!!:faint: Especially when there a good chance there have been more home built ARs produced then factory made in the last 5 years!:rofl:

Some home built ARs are excellent. I'd put my frankenstein SBR up against a factory gun any day. However, in my experience, my AR is the exception and NOT the rule.

People that buy complete uppers and slap them on lowers will have better luck, but even then it's far too likely something has been screwed with that shouldn't have been screwed with.