You bought the rifle- now convert it to left hand friendly. Trigger spring is a must, delete the rt hand safety, switch charging handle- extended charging handle, mag paddle release. HBI is the website. Buy the parts-I will do it for you.
I don’t have any need that I can’t wait for regular pricing to happen. Excluding ammo of course. But that being said I have a SIG salesman trying to get me an MCX with the 20% student discount. We will see if he gets it for my visit in a few weeks.
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Posts: 10452 | Location: Westminster, MA | Registered: November 14, 2006
Originally posted by SIGfourme: You bought the rifle- now convert it to left hand friendly. Trigger spring is a must, delete the rt hand safety, switch charging handle- extended charging handle, mag paddle release. HBI is the website. Buy the parts-I will do it for you.
Thanks for the offer very kind of you. One of the reasons I went with the CZ was the ability to do all this and all the aftermarket support. There’s not a pcc with the ejection port on the left side as far as I know but this one looks far enough forward not to be a issue with flying brass to the forehead. I’m out of town until early next week so can’t pick it up until then.
I’ve heard complaints about the ambi safety while others say it don’t bother them. I have medium size hands so I’ll see if it bothers me after I shoot it. Non reciprocating charging handle was another nice feature you don’t have to worry about where you put your hand. The charging handle looked a bit small imo but I’ve heard no complaints in reviews. Anxious to see how we get along.
So between the PO7 and this in the span of two weeks I’ve helped keep the Trump economy going a bit. MAGA!!
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Posts: 6727 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: June 17, 2007
My LGS sells at 10% over his cost and never changes it. He says if you gouge people at times like this, you will lose all of them when the scare ends and there's glut. Because of him, all the other newer dealers around here have to be competitive and most are within a few percent.
I did buy an Arsenal SLR-107 for close to list at a different store 2.5 years ago - $900-ish. Never saw one before, and the only one I've seen since was just the other day at the same store at the current list price of $1289.
Damn that's the first one I've owned that's appreciated that much. Unless Arsenal is price gouging now....
Posts: 2217 | Location: Indiana | Registered: December 28, 2004
Half the fun of gun shopping is finding a bargain. I haven’t purchased an SP5 because I’ve not found a bargain on one yet. I’m really wanting a sweet new black SCAR 20s in 6.5 Creed. But I’m holding off till the prices stabilize.
Another thing, if the vendor is charging a premium over MSRP due to COVID-19, election year or for ANY other stupid reason, that’s a vendor I would tend to avoid in the future.
I'd be willing to pay SRP if it was all I could find it for, nothing more. Anyone caught trying to charge more than say $20 more than that would actually end up on my no-shop list (which has only grown since last round).
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I'm a home based FFL so most of what I buy is at wholesale. But, there are things I want that I cannot get wholesale so I may pay msrp to get it. I'm not panic buying but buying when I want to. If I want something I don't mind paying extra to get it when I want it.
In 2008/09 I sold my Daniel Defense AR for enough to pay over msrp for a Sig 716. I wanted the Sig and had the cash to pay for it so I wasn't worried about paying a little extra to have it.
I don't even consider buying one when the market is like this. But it seems alot of people have come to realize that "Hey ,I may need to protect myself". The gun manufacturers must love it, business is good. And ammo!! it's crazy.
Not happening unless my Smokin' Hot Wife says she wants something. I bought her a .38 Body Guard with the laser beams, she said she would finally carry if she had one. You bet your ass I found one with a quickness..
She saw one of those tactical 10/22 chargers with the fancy heat shield and bi pod, said she wanted it for Christmas. I probably paid MSRP for both, no regerts
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Posts: 2832 | Location: GA | Registered: September 23, 2009