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AR-15 carbine 16" tricked out. Tactical or Tacti-cool. $999 - west WA

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by KPrime, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. KPrime

    KPrime

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    You don't need to add a thing to this one.

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    • Mega Lower
    • Olympic Arms Flat-Top Upper
    • Olympic Arms PCR-97 M44 series birdcage flash hider & muzzle brake
    • Rail on front handguard
    • Front Grip-Pod integrated bi-pod
    • Triple rail gas block currently holding...
      [*]Laser sight with pressure pad
      [*]225 Lumen LED light, with tactical thumb switch​
    • Mako MWG magwell and CQB handgrip
    • DPMS 6-position stock with sling attachment point
    • Ultra-Dot Red-dot holographic reflex sight. With auto or manual brightness adjustment and 4 reticles.
    • ProMag PM136 AR-15/M16 Rear Flip Up Sight
    • 1x 20rd mil-spec magazine. (PMAG is NOT included)

    I have owned this gun for about 3 years. It was new when I bought it and I have put maybe 200 rounds through it.
    Of those very few rounds I didn't have a single problem. So while it is far from extensive testing, I don't foresee you having any problems with this gun.

    I sighted it in at 25 yards, and it kept consistent groups in the bullseye. I am sure it shoots better than I do, and would need a good scope to start pushing the limits of it's accuracy.

    Ask away with any questions and I will do my best to answer them in a timely manner.

    I am located half-way between Seattle and Portland and would prefer FTF, but would consider shipping.

    I am not interested in any trades at this time, as this is going to fund my next project piece that I already have.
     
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  2. KPrime

    KPrime

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    What do you guys think of the price? I tried to research "comparables" and then price it lower, but it's hard to find an apples to apples comparison.
     

  3. harleyfx69

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    i would say go a little lower,

    or part things out,

    You generally do better at getting your money out if you sell individually,