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Old 07-12-2018, 10:29 AM
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I just learned of this on another forum. Searched here, but did not find a reference to it, but maybe it is already known.

Several pages of S&W parts with de-milled frames. If you are looking for barrels, cylinders and most other parts you can probably find it on this site. Prices do not seem ridiculous, especially if it is something you cannot find elsewhere.

All other makes and models, long guns and handguns and accessories too.

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Old 07-12-2018, 10:55 AM
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Excellent!........
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Looked at the site - prices seem very ridiculous to me.
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Wow, lots of S&Ws for parts. Browsed through some of the guns and saved the site to visit again. Thanks Tony, Larry
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Nice concept but as stated above - a bit pricey!
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One has to wonder what their source is for so many demilled - destroyed firearms could be?
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Police departments all across the U.S. demil thousands of recovered guns, and sell the usable, non-serialized parts. The problem I see with the web site is you can purchase a functioning pistol for what they are charging for stripped internals.
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Eh. I looked up 51/651 to get a swap cylinder for my 34. 5 bills for a demilled 651; Numrich has 651 cylinders for about $60.
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An interesting site. There is a fellow at the local shows that does much the same thing.

Looks like a lot of interesting firearms got the chop.

I'm curious how they will respond to questions about things like bore condition, part markings etc. They have email but no phone number that I can find.

Their restocking fee is 45%!
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Looked at 7 or 8 pages of their de-milled guns and found the prices to be extremely high in my opinion.
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I'm curious how they will respond to questions about things like bore condition, part markings etc. They have email but no phone number that I can find.
Quoting myself here, but one week and no reply to an email I sent them yet.
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The problem I see with the web site is you can purchase a functioning pistol for what they are charging for stripped internals.
My thoughts exactly.
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Looked at 7 or 8 pages of their de-milled guns and found the prices to be extremely high in my opinion.
As in a parts kit for a Colt Government Model costing $100 MORE then a brand new Colt.
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That is very interesting! I saw the only python I could ever afford too
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Quoting myself here, but one week and no reply to an email I sent them yet.
I did finally get answers to most of my questions after nine days, and they did add the requested information to the listings I was asking about.
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There has been a surplus of stripped frames on GunBroker lately too...

Just sayin'.

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rough shape 457 for 449.99 my new one in mid 90s was like $400. a used one now would prob be about $300 - $350. Good concept but prices are up there!
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You know, they actually have some decent prices on some kits.

The Galil SAR and AR kits are a bargain.
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