An Inexpensive Armoury

Dave Killion — January 27, 2013

As I mentioned, a few members of the LBC got their Possession and Acquisition Licences last year. Next step? Acquiring and possessing a firearm! No doubt, this can be an expensive task, but it doesn’t have to be. The firearms market is very competitive, which means even cheap guns can provide good value. For example –

The Stevens 350 Pump Shotgun

The Stevens 350 Pump Shotgun

$190

Norinco SKS 7.62 x 39mm semi-auto rifle

Norinco SKS 7.62 x 39mm semi-auto rifle

$200

Norinco Type 54 semi-auto pistol

Norinco Type 54 semi-auto pistol

$180

And, an inexpensive pistol that fires inexpensive ammo, so you can get lots of practice –

M-93 "Woodsman" semi-auto pistol

M-93 “Woodsman” semi-auto pistol

$180

 

Set aside a little money each paycheque, and soon you will be able to build up a collection that will allow you to become adept with the various styles of firearms. And because guns tend to hold their value, you will be in good position to trade up over time.

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