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[I Run Guns] PSA Classic Freedom AR15 $400 USD+$25 shipping

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[OP]
Jr. Member
Jan 28, 2019
136 posts
1279 upvotes
Ontario

PSA Classic Freedom AR15 $400 USD+$25 shipping

Deal Link:
Price:
400
Retailer:
I Run Guns
Good price on an entry level AR15. Palmetto State Armoury makes good quality guns.
Need to pay $25 shipping and Canadian taxes
16" barrel
I believe it works with 10 round lar 15 magazines

Here is an ar 15 using a PSA upper


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14 replies
Newbie
Sep 10, 2019
8 posts
15 upvotes
You can find cheaper good AR15's than $400 USD, or build one. I don't trust that brand either but still, first two points apply.
Jr. Member
Sep 29, 2014
128 posts
87 upvotes
Mississauga, ON
It was a better deal during boxing week when they didn't charge the 25usd to import it.
Sr. Member
Jul 14, 2014
713 posts
251 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Meh. I would spend a bit more and get a Smith & Wesson m&p15.

Not a bad deal though, and well worth an upvote. Firearm deals are rare in the Hot Deals section.
Deal Addict
Feb 13, 2005
1309 posts
1017 upvotes
VarunanK80189 wrote: You can find cheaper good AR15's than $400 USD, or build one. I don't trust that brand either but still, first two points apply.
Link proof, would love a better deal than this
Newbie
Aug 26, 2019
26 posts
40 upvotes
8 comments and 23 downvotes? Give me a break. This is actually a good deal if you're in the market for one. I bet the people downvoting think "AR" stands for "assault rifle"...smh

Thank you OP, upvoted!
Newbie
Sep 2, 2019
28 posts
32 upvotes
What are the regulations on this, can I just buy and start using it?
Newbie
Dec 22, 2019
10 posts
42 upvotes
Hsv360 wrote: What are the regulations on this, can I just buy and start using it?
No, you will need a restricted firearms license old chap.
Sr. Member
Jul 14, 2014
713 posts
251 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Hsv360 wrote: What are the regulations on this, can I just buy and start using it?
First of all, you need a restricted firearms licence, that means you'll have to take the non-restricted and restricted firearm safety courses over 2 days, then if you pass the two tests, you'll have to send your application to the RCMP, pay the fees, and wait. The RCMP will do a thorough background check and check your references. It may take 6 months or more before you are approved and receive your licence.

Then, you can buy the gun, but you'll have to wait till it gets transferred/registered to your name in the RCMP database. Then you can take possession of it, but you'll have to wait till you receive your licence with transport conditions before you can use it. That's the theory, because before you can use it, you'll have to find a range/club that accepts new members, and then you'll have to take the club level safety training. There can be up to a two-year waiting list in order to join a club.

That's how it works, in a nutshell.
Sr. Member
Nov 11, 2013
514 posts
450 upvotes
Calgary
This is a really good deal!
Every licensed gun owner should have at least one in the safe.
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
25954 posts
11390 upvotes
redblack wrote: This is a really good deal!
Every licensed gun owner should have at least one in the safe.
Or at least the lower receiver which is what's important.
$100ish (probably higher now) just to say you have one.

Don't forget to lock up the nonexistent trigger because the receiver is technically a full firearm.
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
25954 posts
11390 upvotes
VarunanK80189 wrote: You can find cheaper good AR15's than $400 USD, or build one. I don't trust that brand either but still, first two points apply.
I would also be interested in a cheaper out the door for a better one.

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