Discussion in 'On Topic' started by ElChupacabra, Feb 7, 2007.
just to load these mags one time.
Oh, and yes, the mail man left $2500 worth of mags sitting up against my front door in plain sight.
Are those for the cieners?
I'll be the first one to ask, what the hell do you need 2500 bucks worth of mags, Shits and Giggles?
And, with the ciener conversion, is it just the bolt that you're replacing and then using the same barrel/upper?
Jesus man, that's a lot.
so how much you selling those mags for?
Yeah ciener uses the regular upper.
I might have to pick one up then. Does the tighter rifling have much affect on the 22?
Too bad they can't be loaded with the Buttler Creek tool, I LOVE mine
I deffenetly need to pick one of those kits up.
5730 of .22 thats what, like 20 bux?
hes preparing for when the zombie silverfish attack
its a 100 bucks..
please explain this conversion, and the need for so many mags....?
FA I am guessing
edit: I see you GarandBobcat
Are you still a manufacturer/retailer, Chups?
Id est.. are you selling those or are they solely for private... entertainment.
You must be mad.
Is that their springs I see in the bottom of the picture? Do they still need to be assembled? Planning to sell them? If so, can I ask about how much you got them per unit?
is one to assume that these are for an ar-15 => .22lr conversion? and if i were him i'd look at it as an investment, pending a ban...
Ok, let's see if I can miss one of the questions:
Those are already sold except the 15 or so I'm keeping. Got more coming, tho. The springs are extras, they come with 2, one lighter than the other.
The Ciener kit can use a standard upper, but I have 2 dedicated uppers built by Kuehl Precision Firearms, one a pistol/M16 5" upper, and one 16" M4 upper.
$30 each (Cieners OEM mags are $59)
Not still a mfg.