Least expensive AR he saw: about $1400. Magazines, $40. Etc. Think the usual gun show jumpup multiplied. Some guy had a
I'm glad I'm not looking for one.
And it makes me wonder what the 15-22 would go for right now...
Contrary to widely-accepted national myths, public gun ownership is commonplace in most European states. It may appear to some outside observers—especially Americans—that Europeans have blindly surrendered their gun rights (Heston, 2002). The reality is that the citizens of most European countries are better armed than they realize. ..."Greatly outnumber?” Just how greatly?
Regulations tightly control gun ownership in only a few European countries like the Netherlands, Poland, and the United Kingdom. In much of the rest of the continent, public officials readily admit that unlicensed owners and unregistered guns greatly outnumberlegal ones. ...
In central and eastern Europe, quiet resistance to over 40 years of socialist rule created a pervasive culture of non-cooperation with public authorities. When communism collapsed, leaving power to be inherited by weak and disorganized democratic regimes, innumerable opportunities arose for people to acquire and hide personal guns. It is no wonder that in much of the region registered guns appear to be the exception.LOTS more at the link. Pass it around.
Merry Christmas to you all!
May you be warm and happy!