Familiar With Craigslist, But Looking For Guns?


Are you familiar with Craigslist? If you’re like me, you love craigslist because it has all kinds of interesting and reasonably priced items, all available locally. It’s really an amazing resource. The one problem I have with Craigslist is that they don’t allow the sale or trade of guns.

They suck in that regard.

Well, I’m here to tell you about an incredible resource I just discovered, for private firearm transactions. It’s called Armslist, the firearms marketplace.

It’s awesome. Check it out.

www.armslist.com <--- Sweet.

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16 Responses to Familiar With Craigslist, But Looking For Guns?

  1. Greg B says:

    Linkee no workee.

  2. reboot says:

    Thanks for the link! I looked also Greg, stoopid prices!

  3. Locke n Load says:

    Still, its a barter site, prices are flexible.
    Unfortunately I have a REALLY bad idea what prices SHOULD be on some of the stuff.
    Making me wonder if it wouldn’t be better to buy all the parts separately and assemble myself

  4. Notamobster says:

    There are many good deals on non AR platforms. Many reasonable deals for ARs considering the market.

    Trades are sweet too.

    • Locke n Load says:

      If I were building a PC I could tell you exactly which motherboard to buy, what processor, and the memory chips. I’d know the visdo card, the sound specs, etc.
      When it comes to AR parts I have NO idea which manufacturers make the best lowers, etc.
      I need a guide. I want to build at least two so I can ‘lose’ them 🙂

    • dukkaA says:

      This is a nice site. thanks. MY question why is anyone be selling their AR plateforms right now?..you’d think anyone who has one would want to hang on to it…

  5. KWMatthews says:

    If you live in Texas, it’s worth visiting http://www.texasguntrader.com

  6. Greg B says:

    I suppose seeing how difficult it is to get ones hands on ANY AR platform some prices aren’t that bad. I’m still waiting on an upper half & lower parts kit I ordered in Dec.
    I worry that ads ( in Commifornia) for mags and the like are a good chance of getting set up.
    On another note, regarding how insane it is, I got an e-mail from Freedom Munitions letting me know that 9mm was back in stock.
    From the time when I got the message on my phone, sitting down at the computer to order, sold out. Literally less than a minute.

    • Locke n Load says:

      Greg, if it means anything, the Cabellas in town is CONSTANTLY out of ammo and rifles. Its like the blasted zombies already rose from the dead!

    • Uke says:

      There’s a shop in my state that opened up in December. They have an absolutely retarded-big selection of AR15s still. Mostly Sig Sauer brand. I’d say they have, on any given day, about 30-40 AR15s. They also have dozens of every other type of weapon, including a smattering of AKs. And they seem to be constantly replenishing somehow (mostly new, I don’t see them selling many used guns).

      This is all the more impressive to me, given that every other shop in the state seems lucky to have even one or two AR15s.

  7. notamobster says:

    I’d sell you a pistol, but I don’t own any because they are illegal in Michigan without being registered. I don’t register guns. If they ever say I have to register my long guns, I’m going full on criminal.

  8. A Guy says:

    I purchased a sweet little Ruger 10/22 Takedown in Multi-Cam with matching 25 round magazine recently off armslist for much cheaper than it was going for on gunbroker.com

    While there are dealers on armslist there is also many private sales, and that’s where you are going to get the deals. You can also post what you are looking for. Say you only want to pay $600 for an AK you could say that. Might not get one for that right now, but as Uke mentioned earlier the ability to barter is there.

  9. Rockheim says:

    About those Sig AR’s.. I see them popping up EVERYWHERE and I’ve never seen them before. Cabela’s had a bunch, our local gun store had a dozen or so.. An I’ve never seen them in either place before. I wonder how that worked out? Did Sig divert a bunch of stock our way or open up new distro’s?

    • Uke says:

      My best figuring was that they are prioritizing distribution closer to home, since even their supply is surely strained (like everyone else’s).

      Result: Us in NH/New England benefit. 🙂