Can you refuse a transfer on a gun you purchased online?

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Re: Can you refuse a transfer on a gun you purchased?

Postby jcat » Mon Dec 22, 2014 1:51 pm

The real lesson is to not buy from troy unless it's for add-ons to a rifle you've already got ;)

I admittedly don't know what a Troy rifle goes for, but I'm pretty confident you could get a Daniel Defense or BCM for probably the same money, and it'll likely be a better rifle. It's not for everyone, but I personally prefer to build out my own lowers and then purchase a complete upper to the spec that I want, usually saves a few dollars and you end up with better quality parts content that way.
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Re: Can you refuse a transfer on a gun you purchased?

Postby BriansM4 » Thu Dec 25, 2014 5:31 am

It was a black friday special. $599 for their Bravo rifle. It came with a 13" Bravo FF rail installed, axe stock 2 mags etc. It would have been a great deal if the gun wasnt so rough and unfinished.
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Re: Can you refuse a transfer on a gun you purchased?

Postby newportri » Thu Dec 25, 2014 1:18 pm

That's probably why it was so cheap.
I don't know what components were on it, but it might still have been a good deal
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Re: Can you refuse a transfer on a gun you purchased?

Postby a1983 » Mon Jul 20, 2015 4:52 pm

Brian,

just read this saga - thats crazy about the troy. Good for you for refusing the thing. One less brand I'll be looking at in the future.
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