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Milldog1776:
Hi,

Anybody know of a place to buy ASP Red Guns without paying $140 each. I think they would be great Dos Manos training aids...but I refuse to pay that much. Wholesale maybe?

Thanks

aahlersmeyer:
http://www.tactgear.com/blue_guns.htm

These are blue and much cheaper.  I have the 19 and it works well with my Kydex for training.

Professor:

--- Quote from: aahlersmeyer on December 16, 2004, 10:24:15 AM ---http://www.tactgear.com/blue_guns.htm

These are blue and much cheaper.  I have the 19 and it works well with my Kydex for training.

--- End quote ---

Blue guns and ASP guns are about the same price.   Aahlersmeyer is looking at the long guns......

Milldog1776:
Yeah...I think they just might have to be a "one at a time" purchase. They're just too expensive, when students can just use sticks instead. (non revenue generating) I believe is the term.

If I'm gonna pay $140-$160 dollars for a "rubber" gun...I might as well go to the pawn shop and buy real ones for these guys to beat the Hell out of!

Hock:
I remember I&I Sports in Carson City had a barrel of rubber guns for about $5 each. That was a few years ago though. This last weekend I was in theior branch store and west LA and ...no rubber guns.

But these rubber guns can be found and work quite well sometimes.

I also enjoy the wooden rubber band guns, because in a pinch you can actually shoot something "as a lesson learned."

But these wooden guns do break when ground fighting or when grappling over them gets a little heated.

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