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AR's, AK's and Daewoo's Oh my! I went up to CT today and was in this place for a few hours. They have a nice selection of AK's pre -ban (5.56mm only though), AR's built out on pre ban lowers and a few very nice Daewoo rifles as well. They're also one of the biggest dealers for PTR 91 in the country, so they offer a pretty good deal on those.

I took a few pictures of what they had in their little collectors nook. Paul and Rob run the place, very good guys. It's a haul to get there, but a very good shop.
 

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Is there a website, or more info on the store?
 

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www.armsx.com is their website.  They're up in Naugatuck, CT.  
 

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Their prices are pretty good for the most part.  They built out one preban lower into a full gun configured in 300 Blackout with a drop in trigger etc.  They were asking $2,700 which I thought may have been a bit much, but they did put a bunch of work and nice parts into it.  Due to the quirks in CT's AWB, having Eagle Arms or other lowers made by second tier manufacturers are cool, because more of the name brand stuff was banned by name in CT.  
 

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If you are ever near Newington CT (by middletown/glastonbury/hartford area) it will be worth your while to check out Hoffmans Gun Shp "Guns for the good guys" is their slogan, http://www.hoffgun.com/ and right across the street about half a mile down is another gun store that has a great supply of russian/surplus guns/ammo (bulk 762x39 (& 54r), 545,) mosins, AK's etc called BMG http://www.bmgguns.com/ http://www.yankeegunnuts.com/2010/08/23/gun-store-bmg-guns-ammo/ and then theres always cabelas in east hartford
 
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