Just saw that Kentucky gun company has sa-35 mags for $27.
What's the name of the company?Just saw that Kentucky gun company has sa-35 mags for $27.
What's the name of the company?
OK, I'm slow. That IS the name. BTW, magazine is $26.99 + shipping $12.99What's the name of the company?
NICE! Mags of all kinds have become horribly overpriced I paid over $300 for 8 mags.Just saw that Kentucky gun company has sa-35 mags for $27.
Wow! That's insane. Does the government impose specific taxes or tariffs on them to inflate the price and discourage people from purchasing them?Here a new magazine for most pistols costs over $100.
This is kind of similar to why I ended up paying what I did. In the state of Maryland you are limited to importing pistols with 10 round mags or selling more than 10 round mags. But it is perfectly legal for me to travel over state lines and buy a high capacity mag and bring it home. The gun shops just over the state line know this and take advantage of it.No that is what has evolved. Here dealers import pistols etc for sale to the public. In Australia we are limited to 10 rounds with no exception and all firearms imported come with 2 or 3 mags. In Australia most matches require 5 mags as competition usually require 30 plus rounds or 4 mags. The number 5 mag is as most carry them in case or think i need it etc. Hence no-one here imports mags for those pistol shooters who want 3 - 5 or more, plenty here do. So magazine prices are take it or leave it. Before 1990 we used 15, 16, 17 rounds or more mags and nothing more.
Oh heavens no. This is very deliberate two-handed target shooting. There is no place anywhere near where I live that would allow draw from a holster….When you shoot your SA35 at the range is it a draw from a holster, from a CCW position or open holster?
That sounds more like a cultural question than an SA-35 question but I’m happy to answer. Remember that the USA is massive, and very culturally diverse. In developed areas, sometimes people have to drive great distances to get to a shooting range. These are businesses which have to adhere to strict standards, for insurance purposes if nothing else. Safety is paramount and the shooters are very regulated. Any clowning around will see them ejected immediately.Thanks for that. From all the information we are feed it was like there is a shooting range on every street corner or any vacant paddock. So if one carries and wished to practice this is difficult, or just in some states?