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Any reason why you are selling it?
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Great price, I think I paid $600 for mine.

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Great price, I think I paid $600 for mine.
Aye, that's a great price for a G34.

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I would of bought it by now, but I want a gen. 4.
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I would of bought it by now, but I want a gen. 4.
I sold all my gen 3s and bought gen 4s, I wish I hadn't in retrospect.

Too much BS with the recoil rods/springs for the benefits of the recoil reduction and grip changes. If they had just made a couple tweaks like counterboring the slide and having the grips fully swap out instead of a stupid cover, it would be superior to the Gen3, but as it sits, Gen3 is the way to go IMO.

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haha thanks for helping with the sale!

Aren't the newer gen 4's being shipped out with updated/newer recoil springs?
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haha thanks for helping with the sale!

Aren't the newer gen 4's being shipped out with updated/newer recoil springs?
Yes they are since July or August.

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Too much BS with the recoil rods/springs for the benefits of the recoil reduction and grip changes. If they had just made a couple tweaks like counterboring the slide and having the grips fully swap out instead of a stupid cover, it would be superior to the Gen3, but as it sits, Gen3 is the way to go IMO.

Just some food for thought, now buy his gun!
The thing is I like the option of swapping out the backstrap and I can get the gen 4 for not too much more.
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The thing is I like the option of swapping out the backstrap and I can get the gen 4 for not too much more.
They don't swap out, it's not a replaceable grip like an M&P or similar. They start as an SF size frame and you put thin covers over that grip to extend it. Those covers are held in place by a single plastic pin and are NOT secure. I end up running mine w/o any cover for fear of failure at an inopportune time.

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I totally want to by this gun. Just wish he would have priced it at 550 then taken 500. I never pay asking price for anything lol.




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I totally want to by this gun. Just wish he would have priced it at 550 then taken 500. I never pay asking price for anything lol.
If his asking price is $100 less than fair market value, you're just a moron.



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y'all taught me well! LOL

and smartdrug, my ar was under market value but you still tied to jew me down. so don't go there Moron




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and smartdrug, my ar was under market value but you still tied to jew me down. so don't go there Moron
I made you a last ditch offer that was fair market value for what that abortion of a rifle was.

The offer I made was for what I could piece it out for and keep the lower.

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I made you a last ditch offer that was fair market value for what that abortion of a rifle was.

The offer I made was for what I could piece it out for and keep the lower.
so we all have our reasons for low balling. refrain from dishing out the morons next time. no need to be rude.




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They don't swap out, it's not a replaceable grip like an M&P or similar. They start as an SF size frame and you put thin covers over that grip to extend it. Those covers are held in place by a single plastic pin and are NOT secure. I end up running mine w/o any cover for fear of failure at an inopportune time.

Stupid design-

Thanks. It does look stupid. I'm just going to have to try it in my hand without one clipped to the backstrap.
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you can buy a NEW one for $550, better lower the price to $450
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Or...keep it at 500. Up to me
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Total AR newbie, shot my dads a bunch but never really researched about them until recently.

Pulled the trigger on a Daniel defense upper 16" mid length.

That's all I got so far. Whatcha got?
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