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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Nietzsche, Jun 27, 2019.
The guide is out:
While it sucks, as long as it's in decent shape, looks like good prices at least.
Could be alot worse...
There is certainly opportunity to dump those old bits and pieces, after a quick respray. Having gone through the process with handguns in 1997, I can say there is opportunity to make some money but ultimately it doesn't make up for the real loss. Note, it's about 1.5 NZ$ to 1 US$.
I thought I read no one was turning shit in, in New Zealand?
I bought my M&P 15 for around $650. They’re offering around $1,800 USD?
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The citizens will pay a much steeper price later.
They're putting a price tag on freedom.
Guns confiscated? Not sure how that could be worse.
Could not have said it any better, so I won't try.
Are you sure that this list is not NZ$? Another poster listed the exchange rate...
No compensation, just like with bump stocks...