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Before the panic over AWB again, $150 would of been high priced. When he comes to a decission drop me a PM.
 

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Reg price is $90 to $110.

Today's gun ban looming price $2500....
Not so. The panic has subsided quite a bit. Many ARs that are priced at 1200 and up are now expiring on auction sites. I see quite a few with reserves met at 7-900 dollar ranges. Things will get back to more normal pretty soon. This is an exact repeat of the 2008 market. There is more panic now due to the threats that are flying around, but the market will level back out.
 

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I'm seeing those online for $150 (when you can find anything in stock).
The AR-1 is a polymer lower...not my cup of tea but some guys are buying and liking them.
 

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As stated that is a polymer lower and while I am not a fan of them at all, they are selling on line in the $150 to $200 range. As to panic buying, yes it has settled some but any AR put on line will bring over $1000 still. 223 is bringing $1 a round in many places. The panic buying has pushed any mini 14 to over the $800 mark for used ones.
If that lower had been metal it would have brought at least $250 as is or over $500 with parts kit and stock installed.

Bottom line that lower will most likely bring as stated above, $150 being polymer.
 
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It hasn't stopped back here.

$1800 AR's were selling like hot cakes at The nations Gun Show last week my sources say.

These are low end flat top 16" Ar's that would normally go for $600 to $700.
 

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We're a stocking dealer for FMK in Eastern Tennessee and ship these lowers all over the United States.

We sell the receivers for $99 + $15 flat shipping...or will build an AR from them for $750 (I think we've got about 60 of these FMK lowers in stock right now)

We've had ZERO problem selling them and with a lifetime guarantee, you can use them with confidence.

(I happen to think the quote on the side is pretty dang cool too.)

You shouldn't have a problem selling yours (although with the way things are going in Washington, I'd hold on to it if I were you). Stripped polymer lowers like these are starting to come down in price - but the fact that it's Made in America and with the Thomas Jefferson quote, you should be able to get a bit more than you would one from MTS or Stag Arms.

If you've got any questions or if we can be of assistance, let me know!

Rachel Young on behalf of
FightingSheepDog.com
 

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fsdgunsmith,

Welcome to TFF. You're a dealer in E. Tn? Where about?
 
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