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Is there anyone in Washington that is a psa dealer? I would like to order a psa10 g2


Fri Dec 28, 2018 9:33 pm
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The509busman wrote:
Is there anyone in Washington that is a psa dealer? I would like to order a psa10 g2


There’s several FFL’s on here. You could always order it from PSA, and have it sent to one of them.


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The509busman wrote:
Is there anyone in Washington that is a psa dealer? I would like to order a psa10 g2


Almost all can sell their stuff, but the sale price is the same. Just order in parts (sale) with the lower delivered to the lowest cost ($10-20) FFL in your area, the rest to you

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Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:42 pm
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Pablo wrote:
Just order in parts (sale) with the lower delivered to the lowest cost ($10-20) FFL in your area, the rest to you

^This right here.

Order the lower when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent to your local FFL for the BGC/transfer. Then order the upper of your choice when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent directly to your house. That way you don't pay the tax man any more than you have to, and you get the configuration you want. Shouldn't cost you more than $800 if you do it right.


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Buy their new AK comrade.

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Guns4Liberty wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Just order in parts (sale) with the lower delivered to the lowest cost ($10-20) FFL in your area, the rest to you

^This right here.

Order the lower when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent to your local FFL for the BGC/transfer. Then order the upper of your choice when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent directly to your house. That way you don't pay the tax man any more than you have to, and you get the configuration you want. Shouldn't cost you more than $800 if you do it right.


Of course we are all legally required to pay sales tax on EVERYTHING we buy, even used items. Just to be clear. We're not allowed to discuss illegal activities on this forum, remember?
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gscott wrote:
Guns4Liberty wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Just order in parts (sale) with the lower delivered to the lowest cost ($10-20) FFL in your area, the rest to you

^This right here.

Order the lower when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent to your local FFL for the BGC/transfer. Then order the upper of your choice when it's on sale with free shipping, and have it sent directly to your house. That way you don't pay the tax man any more than you have to, and you get the configuration you want. Shouldn't cost you more than $800 if you do it right.


Of course we are all legally required to pay sales tax on EVERYTHING we buy, even used items. Just to be clear. We're not allowed to discuss illegal activities on this forum, remember?
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Buy their new AK comrade.


Not until St. Robski says it's good


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PMC wrote:
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Buy their new AK comrade.


Not until St. Robski says it's good

...then they'll be $250 more in cost and OOS constantly. I dub it 'The Rob Effect.' The Gen 2 got the Rob nod, can't imagine that adding more forged parts into an already successful model would cause it any harm. Crossed fingers here.

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I always feel “off” doing transfers, I prefer to order but in PSA’s case it seems like a transfer is the only way . I always feel like I am cheering out my LGS when I do a transfer.


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OhShoot! wrote:
PMC wrote:
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Buy their new AK comrade.


Not until St. Robski says it's good

...then they'll be $250 more in cost and OOS constantly. I dub it 'The Rob Effect.' The Gen 2 got the Rob nod, can't imagine that adding more forged parts into an already successful model would cause it any harm. Crossed fingers here.


I watched their video on the new gen. They cut back two of the lugs on the bolt in order to facilitate gliding over the feed lips on the magazines. Feed ramp has been enlarged to one large notch. I think they enlarged the gas port, too. Bolt stop tangs were added into the magwell which also limits/regulates how far the mags can be inserted into the well. I think that's everything...

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jukk0u wrote:
OhShoot! wrote:
PMC wrote:
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Buy their new AK comrade.


Not until St. Robski says it's good

...then they'll be $250 more in cost and OOS constantly. I dub it 'The Rob Effect.' The Gen 2 got the Rob nod, can't imagine that adding more forged parts into an already successful model would cause it any harm. Crossed fingers here.


I watched their video on the new gen. They cut back two of the lugs on the bolt in order to facilitate gliding over the feed lips on the magazines. Feed ramp has been enlarged to one large notch. I think they enlarged the gas port, too. Bolt stop tangs were added into the magwell which also limits/regulates how far the mags can be inserted into the well. I think that's everything...

You are referencing the KS-47. We're talking about the PSAK-47 GF3. I'll take one of each comrades. :bigsmile:

https://palmettostatearmory.com/psak-47 ... 50362.html

https://palmettostatearmory.com/ks-47-a ... ks-47.html

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The509busman wrote:
I always feel “off” doing transfers, I prefer to order but in PSA’s case it seems like a transfer is the only way . I always feel like I am cheering out my LGS when I do a transfer.


Yeah, I get that.

For regular guns that you can buy anywhere (Glock, Ruger, whatever), you can always talk to your LGS and see what their price is, and then buy from them if it's reasonable.

For Palmetto brand guns or other oddball stuff, a transfer is really the only way. And, your LGS is making the rules -- they're the ones that decide IF they'll do transfers, and if so how much they'll charge you. If you then do a transfer through them, I don't see it as a bad thing; they're making the amount of money on it that they choose to make, and it gets you into the store where maybe you'll buy something else!

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One benefit of buying a gun in person at your LGS is that you can check it for the commonly known defects of that particular firearm. Buying online means that you are stuck with whatever has been shipped to your FFL. Both have their benefits. Overall I like ordering online and keeping a solid relationship with my local FFL.

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OhShoot! wrote:
One benefit of buying a gun in person at your LGS is that you can check it for the commonly known defects of that particular firearm. Buying online means that you are stuck with whatever has been shipped to your FFL. Both have their benefits. Overall I like ordering online and keeping a solid relationship with my local FFL.



That is my exact point i guess buying local i have pulled a a gun off the rack and had the FFL dealer say let’s wait for a better one to come in. ( wood was decent not awesome)


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