I know most of us are well situated after years of excess availability, bit how bad is out there for the AR-15 procrastinators out there looking to finally get themselves a black rifle?
From Biden’s website:I would not risk to spend $2000-3000 on something that maybe totally banned later...
lack of ammo has not stopped them from selling where I work at,I'm with Lyman, they are up a little but as bad as in times past, my guess is the lack of 556 ammo is keeping many from buying a second or third AR as they might have in times past (plus after 3 or 4 of these scares most everyone ought to have an AR by now ).
There are always huge increases in value of the type of guns that people who declare that increase happen to already own themselves.My buddy who follows such things tells me his Daniel Defense .300 blackout carbine and Knights Armament rifle have doubled in value. He may be right, but he’s also not selling them, so... I have my doubts. On the other hand, lots of newbs will insist on “the best” if they are paying panic prices on their first-and-intended-to-be-only scary black gun.
From Biden’s website:
- Buy back the assault weapons and high-capacity magazines already in our communities. Biden will also institute a program to buy back weapons of war currently on our streets. This will give individuals who now possess assault weapons or high-capacity magazines two options: sell the weapons to the government, or register them under the National Firearms Act.