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Found this on another site. Wow !!

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* FN 50.41 Transferable, bipod, sling, excellent condition $5,500.00
* FN FAL 50.00 registered machine gun receiver $5,200.00
* Billistic G3-A2 Push Pin Registered receiver, 0-1-20, mag kit, black finish, 97% $5,695.00
* Fleming G3-A2 Sear gun, HK receiver, 0-1-20, grey finish $4,895.00
* Fleming G3-A2 FMP receiver, Fleming Sear, SEF, 93% $4,595.00
* Vollmer 51-A3 SEF, Superplate, 99.9% $5,395.00
* Fleming 53-A3 SEF, Redone by Vollmer Mfg, Fleming sear $5,500.00
* Billistic M-14 Fiberglass stock, 85% gun $3,095.00
* Norrell Uzi Registered bolt, has extra 3 lug barrel, exc condition $2,695.00
* X-Ring Uzi Registered bolt, IMI receiver, nice gun $2,595.00
* RPB MAC-10 9mm, 93%, muzzle brake $ 925.00
* RPB MAC-10 9mm, 85% $ 825.00

Last modified on May 07, 1999

* Fleming 51-A3 0-1-A steel lower, clip on registered receiver, Fleming Mfg $ 5500
* FN 50.41 Transferable, bipod, sling, excellent condition $ 5500
* Armalite AR-10 Pre-86 Dealer Sample, .308, Nederland Mfg $ 2995
* Texas M-10 .45 ACP, Like New, transferable $ 1395
* RPB M-10 .45 ACP, Exc, fully transferable $ 1295

Last modified on September 24, 1999

* S&H MP5-A3 S&H registered sear gun, 3 lug barrel, mag kit, SEF plastic lower, Exc $7595.00
* Fleming MP5-A3 Registered clip on receiver gun, 0-1-A Steel lower, Exc condition $ 7595.00
* Colt Thompson 1928 1928 overstamp, bore is so-so, it has been rebarreled, but the inside has seen little use. PD gun. This is a tommy to add to your class III collection! $ 7495.00
* Fleming HK Auto Sear Fully transferable $ 3895.00
* Fleming HK Auto Sear Fully transferable $ 3895.00
* Armalite AR-10 Pre-86 Dealer Sample, .308, Nederland Mfg $ 2695.00

Last modified on May 10, 2000

* Fleming G3-A2 Registered receiver, 0-1-A Steel lower, Exc $ 5895.00
* B&G Uzi Bolt Registered Uzi Bolt $ 1650.00
* Jersey Arms MAC-10 45 ACP, w/mag loader, Excellent condition, REDUCED! $ 995.00

Last modified on August 16, 2000

* Neal Smith MP5-A3 Registered Receiver, 0-1-A Steel lower, minor claw mt marks, threaded barrel/no 3 lug, 15 round mag, exc condition $7695.00
* Fleming G3-A2 Registered receiver, 0-1-A Steel lower, Exc $6095.00

Last modified on October 06, 2000

* Heckler & Koch MP5-A2/A3 Push Pin registered receiver, SEF steel lower, 30 round magazine, flapper mag release, 9" cut barrel, IF date code, Registered by Nevada Custom Firearm $ 9495.00
* Neal Smith MP5-A3 Registered Receiver, 0-1-A Steel lower, minor claw mt marks, threaded barrel/no 3 lug, 15 round mag, exc condition. SALE! $ 7095.00
* Fleming G3-A2 Registered receiver, 0-1-A Steel lower, Exc. SALE! $ 5495.00

Last modified on April 02, 2001

* Vollmer MP5K-PDW Fleming auto sear, 3 round burst/full auto trigger pack, 3 lug threaded barrel, paddle mag release, 30 round magazine, PDW folding stock, excellent plus condition $7895.00 Sale Pending

Last modified on December 06, 2001

* MG34 Pre May MG34 PRE MAY Cal.7.92mm 75% $7800.00
* Colt M-16 A1 Colt M-16 A1 Excellent Condition Fully Transferable $5700.0
 

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In the mid 70's I considered buying a Military Armament Corp.
MAC-10, 45ACP.

The price was 250.00 for the MAC-10 and 200.00 for the suppressor.

What I'd give for a Time Machine.
 

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If we only knew then what we know now.
 

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In 1992 you could buy Fleming/Qualified HK sears for $375 to $475, as many as you wanted. What was hard to find was new German machine gun parts. A German MP5 bolt carrier cost as much as a sear. An unmodified burst lower was twice as expensive as a sear.

In 1996 I bought a pair of really nice diamond earrings for my wife. At the time I told her those earrings cost me the same as two beltfeeds. Now those two beltfeeds are worth a total of $50,000. :(

It's real hard to think of 15 years ago as the good 'ol days.
 

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If we only knew then what we know now.
I was just thinking the same thing!!

Had I known... I could have easily purchased a few!! Now I can only purchase one.

We can all only wonder how high the prices will go. There will have to be a cap at what people are willing to pay.
 

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In 1992 you could buy Fleming/Qualified HK sears for $375 to $475, as many as you wanted. What was hard to find was new German machine gun parts. A German MP5 bolt carrier cost as much as a sear. An unmodified burst lower was twice as expensive as a sear.

In 1996 I bought a pair of really nice diamond earrings for my wife. At the time I told her those earrings cost me the same as two beltfeeds. Now those two beltfeeds are worth a total of $50,000. :(

It's real hard to think of 15 years ago as the good 'ol days.

I think your wife should have let you invest that money in the guns...

The metal in a sear is more precious than gold!!!
 

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I swear that it seems about 6-8 years ago some of these were even cheaper?Either way,that sucks.I bought a new Trans Am and a new house in 94.Should bought guns then they all would be paid off many time over.
 

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Those sears would look so much better in a trigger pack!!
 

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Also keep in mind that while $200 for a MAC may not seem like a lot of money now considering how much MG prices have shot up (thanks to the internet IMHO), $200 WAS money 20 years ago. Factor in the idea of paying $200 for gun, some amount for the supressor and THEN $200 for each transfer and alot of people said f'k that.
 

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Also keep in mind that while $200 for a MAC may not seem like a lot of money now considering how much MG prices have shot up (thanks to the internet IMHO), $200 WAS money 20 years ago. Factor in the idea of paying $200 for gun, some amount for the supressor and THEN $200 for each transfer and alot of people said f'k that.

Agreed absolutely.........I'd like to see an analysis of the most "money-wise" time to buy most machineguns. In other words in what time frame did the dollar buy the most machinegun.

Even though I acquired my 1st mg years earlier, for my own fortunes, the best time was through the late 80's to the early 90's. This is the time frame in which I built the bulk of my collection........which now stands at somewhere between 35 and 40 transferable pieces.

This was a time when I graduated into my profession, the hysteria of the 86 ban was dying down, there was plenty of inventory and internet access had yet to spread the word to the masses. Prices were low and seemingly everything was available. Prices actually dropped below pre-ban levels on a lot of things that shot up in anticipation of the ban.........especially those things the SOTs ramped up to make in the mad dash to beat the ban such as sideplates, tubes and sears.

It may not be the case on a few things like rare C&R mgs such as FG 42s, Thompsons and the like, buy my feeling is the dollar bought the most machinegun after the ban......and right up to universal internet usage in the early 90's.

Those may have been the best of times.....but today is still better than tomorrow.

Just my .02
 
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