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Old 12-17-2010, 05:23 PM
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Depending on the year of production and the actual finish of yours...the Aircraft stripper for Alum. works well BUT it needs to be warm/hot...cool weather and a cool work area reduces it's effectiveness. I also use the Dremel buffs...goes like crazy

http://www.dremel.com/en-us/Attachme...+%26+Polishing
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Old 12-17-2010, 05:47 PM
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Does anyone know if GM bores "choke" down near the muzzle like apparently the Ruger barrels do?

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I'll put that on my summer "to do list".

Do you need the 180/280 buffs or will the 320 buff do it? The reviews say they don't last long and are a little pricy if it takes several to do the job. One reviewer said you could cut them from Scotch Brite pads.
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Old 12-17-2010, 10:32 PM
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For the deal today I get only $18 dollars Shipping and Tax. Not sure why they are charging tax. I doubt they send the tax to Florida.
Their site says this about Sales Tax:
The tax rate is based on where your purchase is being delivered. We are required by law to charge all applicable state taxes for the order's destination

Is there a new Fed law we don't know about? I thought if they don't have a business/store in your state then they were exempt from charging it ref mail orders:
"In a 1992 decision, Quill v. North Dakota, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that retailers are exempt from collecting sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence, such as a store, office, or warehouse. (The legal term for this physical presence is "nexus.") Although the case dealt with a catalog mail-order company, the ruling has subsequently been applied to all remote sellers, including online retailers. The Court said that requiring these companies to comply with the varied sales tax rules and regulations of 45 states and some 7,500 different local taxing jurisdictions would burden interstate commerce. "

I'm waiting for the 19" HT to hit 50%........

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Old 12-17-2010, 10:56 PM
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Good question. E-mail them the quote and see what there response is. Better yet, send payment less tax and a copy of the quote.
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How exactly are they doing their math? From there ad:
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Twelve rifle barrels are on sale for 25% off for the Twelve Days Of Christmas. Each day one of the twelve will be featured at 50% off!
OK. I'm not very good at math, but Yesterday, there 18" fluted blued barrel was $80. There listed at $120 now. 120+25%=150) 150-50%=$75?.
Ummm... Am I missing something. There tax is also How much are the stainless non-fluted barrel's originally?
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Old 12-17-2010, 11:58 PM
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Price posted is retail less 25%. The daily special is retail less 50%.

If retail = $160, posted = $120, special for the day would be $80.
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Price posted is retail less 25%. Ok. So, $119.97+25%=149.96 The daily special is retail less 50%.So if retail is 149.96 subtract 50% and you get $74.98

If retail = $160, posted = $120, special for the day would be $80.
Maybe I'm just stupid, but I'm not getting $160 for retail.
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Old 12-18-2010, 06:52 AM
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I did a little reading on the tax thing last night. It looks like each State has the option to pass it's own laws regarding mail order taxes & there is a band wagon effect occuring. The list requiring it is short right now, but as it grows I bet you will see things change rapidly. Mail order sellers won't want the hassle of going down a list to see wether to collect taxes or not, so it will be easier for them to collect on all sales.
The days of no tax on an out of state order may slowly be going bye bye.

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That was my understanding also on the tax situation. I just wonder if they truly pass it along. In florida residents are suppose to pay it if the seller doesn't, but it is hard to enforce.


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Their site says this about Sales Tax:
The tax rate is based on where your purchase is being delivered. We are required by law to charge all applicable state taxes for the order's destination

Is there a new Fed law we don't know about? I thought if they don't have a business/store in your state then they were exempt from charging it ref mail orders:
"In a 1992 decision, Quill v. North Dakota, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that retailers are exempt from collecting sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence, such as a store, office, or warehouse. (The legal term for this physical presence is "nexus.") Although the case dealt with a catalog mail-order company, the ruling has subsequently been applied to all remote sellers, including online retailers. The Court said that requiring these companies to comply with the varied sales tax rules and regulations of 45 states and some 7,500 different local taxing jurisdictions would burden interstate commerce. "

I'm waiting for the 19" HT to hit 50%........
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Old 12-18-2010, 07:16 AM
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Does anyone really know what "19.5" Heavy Bull Fluted Blue 10-22 22LR" really looks like (no image availble). The 17.5 inch image looks reminiscent of a running boar barrel. And if that is what it looks like what makes it different than a running boar.
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Just picked up a 20" stainless for $80+ shipped. Even with the probably uneeded tax, thats a good deal.
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I'll put that on my summer "to do list".

Do you need the 180/280 buffs or will the 320 buff do it? The reviews say they don't last long and are a little pricy if it takes several to do the job. One reviewer said you could cut them from Scotch Brite pads.
I use the Med's on the Rec. and the TG...3 for the Rec. and 3-4 for the TG...so if ya price these litle gems against stinky caustic stripper it's about the same cost either way...Usually I go with the buffs...slow speed is best and stay away from sharp edges..that's what tears them up
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Retail x 3/4 (same as retail less 25%) = $120 so Retail = $120 x 4/3 = $160

Think Stock market...if you loose 50% today you have to made 100% just to get back to where you were.

It appears that most dealers are selling around the 25% off retail.

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Old 12-18-2010, 04:33 PM
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anybody keep track of what they have done so far in what order? i am just curious as if the 22" 17 hm2 for the 77/22 has gone yet or should i just buy it at sale price?
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