GUN Which AK should I get? Atlantic firearm

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  1. Resin

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    they both take high caps.
     
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    you think the Lancaster will do me good?
     
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    From what I gather those both take 30 rd mags. The chrome lined Lancaster is a good thing.

    Considering they are both basically new you stumped me. Squid enlighten us.
     
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    They're both good rifles, both have chrome lined barrels, so if you like the lancaster wood better go with that one. My only gripe with either would be no siderail included but you can add your own later on, if you even plan on using an optic.
     
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    how much to add one of those?
     
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    Cheap, like $10 to buy the rail. Not sure what a smith would charge to put it on but its something thats doable yourself just have to make sure your putting it on straight.
     
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    or he could just put an ultimak gas tube on there.
     
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    So i'm for sure getting the Lancaster AK, but I think I might wait until it gets warmer so I can go the sticks and shoot it...not trying to pay to the range everytime....and I got some bills I gotta take care of first....*sigh*
     
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    FYI if you order from them and pay with Credit Card
    VISA & MASTERCARD add 3% to total sale. - call them and tell them that adding a fee to use credit cards is not allowed and you will report them :mamoru:
     
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    cereally? this place has been charging me 2%
     
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    Yeah dude...

    MasterCard Merchant Agreement
    "5.2 The Merchant may not levy a surcharge on payment for goods or
    services because payment is made by a card."

    Visa

    Merchant Agreement
    "Prohibited Transactions. Merchant shall not do any of the following
    with respect to any Transaction:
    (a) Impose a surcharge on a Cardholder who elects to use a Card in
    lieu of payment by cash, check or other mode of payment;"

    In many states there is actually a law specifically in regards to charging consumers fees for playing with plastic.

    http://www.todaysmoneymatters.org/pressroom/021406/

    Kindly request a refund of the percentage if not turn them in to Visa/MC etc

    Additional information - very helpful http://www.gofso.com/Premium/LE/06_le_ic/fg/fg-Merchants.html
     
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    I tried this, it doesn't work. In response to the complaint the business will say they give a 3% discount for cash purchases (legal and does not violate subscriber agreement) and that they advertise cash prices.
     
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    Nope - still illegal they are still charging you 3% to use the plastic...See what I'm saying? Especially if you live in one of the states mentioned in the link above and do business in that state. Florida has this law and I've successfully had the percentage or minimum purchase lifted.
     

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