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SKU: 5165450254
UPC: 5165450254
MFR#: 5165450254
Barrel Length: 16”
Barrel Material: 4150V Chrome Moly Vanadium Steel
Barrel Finish: Nitride
Barrel Profile: M4
Chamber: 5.56 NATO
Twist Rate: 1 in 7”
Extension: M4
Gas System: Carbine-Length
Gas Block Type: Low Profile .750” Diameter
Upper Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Receiver Style: M4 Flat top with feed ramps
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Forward Assist: Yes
Dust Cover: Yes
Handguard Style: PSA 13.5" Lightweight M-Lok Free Float Rail
Bolt Steel: Carpenter 158, Mag Phosphate coated
Bolt Carrier Steel: 8620, Chrome Lined 
Staked Gas Key: Yes
Lower Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Fire Control Group: PSA AR-15 Mil-Spec Fire Control Group
Buffer Tube: 7075 T6 Aluminum Mil-Spec Tube
Adjustment: 6-position collapsible
Stock: PSA Classic Carbine Stock
Magazine: 30 Round PMAG (Where available by law)
Weight: 7 Lbs
Length: 32"
Barrel: Chrome-moly vanadium steel barrel chambered in 5.56 NATO, with a 1:7 twist rate, M4 barrel extension, and a carbine-length gas system.  M4 profile barrel is finished off with a 13.5” PSA Lightweight M-Lok free-float handguard, low-profile gas block, and A2 flash hider.
Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is machined to MIL-SPECS and hard coat anodized.  Uppers include forward assist and dust cover.  These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by a mil-spec manufacturer.
Bolt Carrier Group: Full-auto profile bolt carrier group. Shot-peened, mil-spec Carpenter 158 steel bolt. Gas Key Hardened to USGI Specifications, fastened with Grade 8 screws, and Staked Per Mil-Spec. Carrier is 8620 steel M-16 full auto profile and is chrome lined and phosphate coated.
Lower: These forged lowers are quality made using 7075-T6 aluminum and are marked "MULTI" for the caliber. Finish is hard-coat anodized. The Mil-spec diameter 7075-T6 buffer tube is hard-coat anodized, has 6 adjustment positions, and is fitted with a PSA Classic Carbine Stock for a traditional AR-15 look and feel. The rifle is finished off with a PSA Classic A2 grip, and standard Mil-Spec AR-15 Fire Control Group.
SKU: 5165450254
UPC#: 005165450254

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Would the people giving a "Thumbs Up", to these rip-off PSA deals, please leave a rational, and factual comment that supports your vote. When a company is asking almost $800 for a $470 rifle, I can't understand how anyone would consider that a good deal, but maybe there is something I am missing. Thank you.

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Looks like I'll have an easy time shopping after all this is over. My skip this company list keeps getting longer.

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I don’t see this as price gouging. It’s just supply and demand. If the price is too high, pass it buy. Simple Simon....
If this was your company you’d be doing the same thing.

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Hmm, think you make decisions for me huh ?
If this was my company I would be keeping prices as low as possible and *MAYBE* raise them after people get back to work and the economy recovers, at least recovers some.
What PSA is doing is known as BACK STABBING, dig ? It's exactly the same thing as kicking a person that is on the floor with a broken leg, there is zero difference.
It is heartless and cold, it is not in the best interest of anything other than a greedy fuckstain that can see only one thing 'make as much money as possible and fuck the world, I am the only thing that matters'.
And that is my observation, forgive me if I went gentle, because I did indeed go gentle.

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Sincere, accurate, and well said. PSA owner Jamin McCallum, and CEO Chad Wylie own this BS, and should be held accountable.

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Looks like psa has infiltrated this thread .

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Shame on you, PSA. You're ruining your reputation.

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Dang price jump, no thanks! I'll stick with the other 2 major manufacturers that have been around for many of years and offer a lifetime warranty!

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Who?

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$789.99 is a 68% increase. At $469.99 you can assume PSA would have wanted to have a minimum profit margin of at least 10%- 15%. I ran some numbers based on a couple of hypothetical assumptions. #1. The current guns are "New Old Stock", that cost PSA the same as those they sold at $469.99. 2. I used a profit margin of 11.1% to make a calculated guess, that placed PSA's cost at $423 per rifle, which would have yielded a profit of $47 per rifle. At $789.99 I calculated a profit of $367 per Rifle. Can any rational person think that PSA's cost could have gone up 68%, or even 30%. At 50% they would still be getting a great payday.

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Clearly there are better known brands that you can find at these prices. People would buy psa for a reason.

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For some perspective on PSA's price gouging...

This rifle was $469.99 (not sure when but probably not that long ago) before PSA began adding the bogus Rona Tax.

https://gunwatcher.com/Gun-Deal/psa-16-m4-carbine-length-556-nato-1-7-ni...

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Yup. Price gouging on most of there items now.

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