2015-04-17 - End of Week Update
Anschutzes are here! An they are fantastic!
The triggers are out of this world. I am waiting to take the rifles to the range.
1517 American Varminter (currently unavailable)
This is a very limited run - only 100 made.
1903 $1,299.95 (in stock)
Smallbore match rifle, first time I saw it at the distributor!
Smith & Wesson 29, engraved $1,049.95 (in stock)
This beautifully engraved gun comes with a display case. We've made a deal with Jim - if he can't sell it in a week, I am keeping it!
Glock 17 surplus (currently unavailable)
Glock 23 surplus G2 (currently unavailable)
While the world is full of G2 Glock 22s, G2 23s are almost unheard of on the surplus market. We've got just one from our distributor.
Our collection of surplus Glocks just keep growing. These guns have like new bores, and, like most police guns, they were carried a little, but
shot almost not at all - outside there is some holster wear, but inside they are like new. Buying police surplus is a fantastic way to save $100+
on an essentially new weapon.
On top of that, many of them come with night sights, which you can no longer buy on the civilian market.
Speaking of surplus, we semi-cleaned one of the Chinese SKS rifles ((currently unavailable)), and it looks pretty awesome.
Also, since we keep getting requests to transfer in Mosins - which sell these days for a lot more money on the Internet, a reminder - we still have a few
M91/30 in Excellent condition with laminate stocks for only $135.
In other news...
CZ Scorpion is spoken for - it lasted the whole of the day, and never really even hit the shelves. But you know what else is getting scarce? Canik CZ clones.
Century no longer imports them, so we have literally the last batch from our distributor.
If you haven't heard about them, take a look of our reviews of an S-120 and, my favorite, a Stingray.