Reader Jon K sent me this last week, but my brain went stupid and I absolutely forgot to share with everybody. My apologies.

I will also confess that I have not but cursory checked them out and look legit, so I cannot vouch if they are good all the time or they behave like the online retailer of old we all came to hate for not being reliable. Caveat Emptor.

I am going to quote Jon straight from his email since he made more sense than me could at this early hour.

Heres a PROVEN gun easily concealable with a range bag and med kit for a good price. Anyone can take this setup and some ammo and TRAIN. Training to avoid, deescalate and deter a fight is better than anything else.  
This is at Big Daddy Unlimited.
99 cent first month then cancel, not a fan of BDU but a good deal is a good deal.
$321 for a good piece of kit. 
$520 for an optics ready higher cap version and a black backpack for those lacking eyesight. 
SW may mark everything to 500 msrp but bundles like these are top notch for a starter kit. 
Please forward to anyone you know needing an affordable gun or kit RTFN. 


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on “A good inexpensive gun can be found after all.”
  1. The only thing I would say is, check with your preferred FFL as to whether they will accept incoming transfers from who you want to buy from.
    I’ve come across a few who will not, for instance, accept incoming from Bud’s.

  2. No first-hand experience with Big Daddy Unlimited, but I’ve heard enough horror stories to make me leery. Apparently they consistently have “issues” with shipping on time: they’ll claim something is in stock, take customers’ money, but never ship, then claim that they’re “drop-shipping” from the manufacturer and can’t get the product from the manufacturer, then hem and haw about cancelling orders and issuing refunds.

    Plus they’re being sued by Rare Breed Triggers for ripping off their Forced Reset Trigger design. And they allegedly threw RBT under the bus when the BATFE went after FRTs.

  3. They arent a great company. Agreed. They assisted in a gun buyback a while ago and got slapped by the community.
    That bundle is now sold out also.

    Besides those 2 points,
    1 that piece of kit can hold a small or maaaybe a medium ballistic plate, hold ammo and a cleaning kit, along with a med kit. If you just turned 21 and want to get into self defense or buy a gun this was a great price to do so. Thats all you need to start. After youve figured that out and got some training, from someone that actually trains how to fight, you train with a rifle and then buy one. Work your way up.
    UNTIL that point, you have a minimalist fighting chance at a home invasion. A single mom can order this, while waiting on a background check learn how to field strip, clean, and schedule a class. Maybe buy armor in the store or get info/good deal on where to get some.
    Its a starter kit. no ifs about it, but a good piece of kit I saw and sent to Miguel.

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