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Discussion in 'Large-Bore/Small-Bore Rifle/Shotgun' started by Bake_Lite, Apr 30, 2020.
Frankly, what's the difference between the "best deal", and an average deal?
If a dealer has to order one, he will quote you his price, and will probably not negotiate further.
Let's assume his profit and overhead will be $1,000, so if you can talk him down to $6,700, you've saved enough to go shooting once or twice.
Good luck, and be sure to post up photos of your first range day.
I got socks.
Yeah the Barrett is very cool. My buddy has one. He knows people in high places and got a steal on it and a Nightforce scope. I won't tell you what he paid for the pair.
Enjoy, and remember it didn't happen unless you post PICTURES
I got a card and a kiss and later I got......that was when I was 30 however. These days I get a card & a kiss.
Go ahead and buy it. I'm sure there won't be a problem finding ammo for it if you do not reload, especially when each round goes for $10 to $15. I personally don't see the appeal of a 50 caliber, maybe because I dealt with the MA Deuce too much.
Could you afford to feed that cannon??????????
Not for me, him. 308, 8mm Remington mag and 338 RUM more than cover my long distance capabilities.
I might be able to take out a second mortgage to pay for a couple 2 second bursts for a A10 gun
It's your money. Get what you want. On my 30th birthday I got the best gift ever. A divorce from my 1st wife.
And that cost far more than a Barrett I'm sure.
I agree with the comcept of if you gots the money, spend it for what you want!
I spent $10,000 yesterday for 22 windows for my house, and I can guarantee you that it dang sure wasn't MY idea!!
I just had #70 and now going to take advantage of the Delayed Birthday Self Gifting Gift thing that I had forgotten about.
It's on the same page in the Rule Book as the rules for how long a pretzel can be on the kitchen floor before it must go into the trash are found.
If my checkbook could swing it, I guarantee that there would be a m82 in my gun safe.
One of the biggest moments in my shooting life was launching a couple rounds from carrottops 50 cal at the Ga BBQ.
Well, I may be biased but while not a "precision long, long range rifle" they are/have been used as sniper rifles. FWIW
Here are my two Barretts with a few other toys:
Where I live and hunt now a 44 Spl. or 45 Colt covers my long range needs. Last deer I killed was about 30 feet away.