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    WRA Sold

    Was thinking about heading out to the casino today but seen this Blue Sky Import this morning. Looked to be a good buy for the money to use as a shooter. Had plans to pull the stock and save it. Left a message with my FFL. Wanted to be sure he wasn't out of town. He called me back a few hours later and said he'd be around a few weeks. Pulled the auction back up and it was sold. I had the feeling while waiting for the call back to just go ahead and buy it and worry about shipping later. At our local traveling gun show a beat up non T code WRA Import will have a $900 - $1,100 price tag.



    5,796,142 WRA T Code Buy It Now For $750.00 Blue Sky
    Would this have been a good buy for the money in your area?
    My bet...... Someone will swap the barrel and trigger housing and flip it for over $2K.
    I'll keep an eye out for it to re-surface.

    Further searching a Liberator pistol popped up, but had a $2,000 open. Can't remember if that was a Buy now or open bid.




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    Depressingly, I can envision someone changing the barrel and any other items needed and try to foist it upon an unsuspecting carbine public. It wouldn't go totally incognito, but most potential buyers probably wouldn't have a clue. The good thing is that trying to find the type barrel and band WRA would have been using then (serial wise) would be quite difficult, but that won't stop some from trying to make it "original" again.

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