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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by teflon97239, Apr 10, 2015.
Let's see 'em guys!
I wish these prices were still valid:
Yeah, I keep an image of a magazine ad selling the Mossberg 146B .22lr that I inherited from my dad. A priceless rifle! Makes a great screen saver!
$30 was about 1% of the average wage in 1954. ($3,155). I can still buy a decent 1911 for 1% of my
current yearly income. Notice that they came with 2 CLIPS?
The prices that have gone truly whacky are on full auto. Wow. A couple hundred pre 68, now
Yep. Pre 86 you could form 1 your own FA gun for the price of a stamp. Or you could have purchased a new in box SWD M11-nine for $395 (plus the $200 tax stamp). Fast forward to the present. If you can find one now NIB, you could expect to see a price of $5000, or more.
"A finer gun then you actually need". No truer words spoken.
I'm not so sure that I don't need one.