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Just had a customer tell me about this. Interesting.

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A g19 "clone" for $349 with suppressor sights, threaded barrel, and optic cuts would be a pretty tough option to dismiss.  I will wait and see what kind of reliability these things have but I know their ARs and AKs have been doing well out in the world.

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I have several of their ARs and they have performed well.

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I won't say I'll buy first available...but I'm in for one. Guaranteed.

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It is built in a tried and tested platform, from a known seller (if not manufacturer,) I might buy one.

 

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22 hours ago, hipower said:

I won't say I'll buy first available...but I'm in for one. Guaranteed.

At that price I’ll have to get one.

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4 hours ago, tnhawk said:

At that price I’ll have to get one.

I saw the Shot Show comments on the "Dagger" series, and there were comments on possible variants, and more features coming, just as the link of Raoul's mentioned.

Buy now or wait and see? If I run across one, I'll probably be in trouble. If it's on the PSA site, I can wait. 

Who am I kidding, I'll still want it. lol

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They're supposed to release the Daggers in March.  I want a PS74, they'll be out in the summer.

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The real winner is gonna be that PSA5 if it ever shows up.....they won't be able to keep those in stock.

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2 hours ago, Magiccarpetrides said:

The real winner is gonna be that PSA5 if it ever shows up.....they won't be able to keep those in stock.

What is that?

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HughD ding ding ...however I didn't realize they had been announcing it since 2018...damn vaporware lol

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Still waiting for this. Cash at the ready!

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