Comment: What has making guns with a copy machine go to do with the watch

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What has making guns with a copy machine go to do with the watch

I'm old enough to remember the first quartz watches. They cost upwards of $1500 each in 1970. What did they cost eight years later, ten bucks.

In 1981 an IBM desk top computer cost $1565. It had 16K of user memory with optional plug in cards that expanded memory up to 256K for an extra cost. There was a model with 64k memory available for $3000. There wasn't any monitor in the package. That was separate.

Today a .45 caliber, semi-auto handgun costs about $600. How long before the duplicator price begins to drop to an affordable level?

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