I'd say buy a really good gun used. There is risk that they aren't working 100% but usually it can only be an oring or re lube or something. Anything major like a broken solenoid with out someone announcing it is considered a scammer. You honestly save a lot of money buying used and you get the same damn thing in the end and loose less when you decide to resell it.
"Originally posted by pokenose: We quit doing that secret Santa thing after the black guy got a bucket of fried chicken, watermelon jolly ranchers, a bottle of colt 45 and a cotton scented candle then someone else got a ball of that free twine you tie down your items with at ikea and a vibrator so you can go **** yourself if you didn't like the twine."
"Originally posted by AlphaNeo36:
Election fraud is perfectly acceptable when it intends to keep Ron Paul out of the White House."