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DPMS .308 - SS Fluted 24" Heavy Barrel

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  1. Triji

    Triji

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    **Brand New In Box**

    DPMS .308 - Stainless Steel / Fluted / 24" Heavy Barrel
    2 Mags / Sling / Cleaning kit w/ Hard Case
    $1789.00 - 5% = $1699.55

    PM me for fastest response: Shipping to a FFL is available for $9.99



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    In 2001, DPMS expanded from its share of the .223/5.56mm market, and exploded onto the .308 rifle scene. The LR-308, the first and foremost of the .308 line, and for which the rifle series is named, is a rifle to be reckoned with. So much so that it was named the NRA Rifle of the year in 2005.

    With a 24” stainless bull barrel, 1 in 10 twist, free floating handguard and a high ride receiver for easier mounting of optics, the LR-308 has gone toe to toe with bolt action rifles and delivered comparable accuracy, with higher magazine capacity and rate of fire. The conventional thought that "only a bolt action could be considered a precision rifle" has been in contention ever since.

    With numerous upgrades available, the LR-308 is the ultimate long range target and competition rifle.



    Barrel:

    24" Length
    416 Stainless steel bull barrel
    6 grooves, right-hand 1x10 twist,
    button rifled

    Chamber:

    .308 Winchester

    Method of Operation:

    Gas operated rotating bolt

    Bolt & Carrier:

    8620 steel bolt carrier, heat treated
    and plated per Mil Spec
    Phosphated steel bolt, heat treated
    and plated per Mil Spec

    Sights:

    None (mounting optics only)

    Weight:

    Empty - 11.20 lbs.

    Length:

    43.5"
    Upper Receiver:

    Thick walled, extruded from 6066-T6 aluminum
    Hard coat anodized per Mil Spec and Teflon coated black
    No dust cover
    Snag free design, smooth side look
    No shell deflector
    No forward assist
    Right hand ejection
    Raised Picatinny rail for easy scope mounting

    Lower Receiver:

    Milled from a solid billet of 6061-T6 aluminum
    Hard coat anodized per Mil Spec and Teflon coated black
    integral trigger guard
    Aluminum magazine release button
    Standard AR-15 trigger group

    Stock:

    Standard A2 Black Zytel Mil Spec w/trap door assembly

    Handguards:

    Standard length ribbed free float tube.
     
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  2. Triji

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    Location:
    Middle Tennessee
    location for FTF?
    trades?
     
  4. Triji

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    Sorry, we do not take trades...

    We can ship to your FFL

    We are located in Phoenix AZ :wavey:
     
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    Someone buy me! I want to shoot Zombies!!!
     
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    Big Zombie killer go BOOM BOOM!!
     
  10. Triji

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    Bump this bad boy up...

    She needs a home..... $1789.00 - 5% = $1699.55
     
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  11. DustyJacket

    DustyJacket Directiv 10-289

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    I would take it if I could afford it. That is a great-looking piece. All it needs is a great scope to go with it.

    I think I saw its twin in Denver. 6mm custom round, though.
     
  12. Triji

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    Scope?....You said Scope?

    http://www.cactustactical.com/osc/valdada-tactical-rifle-scopes-c-57_131.html

    Here ya go, check some of these out... IOR Valdada, some of the best optics out there! :wavey:


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    DustyJacket Directiv 10-289

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    I've decided. If I can sell my S&W M40 and he 1k of ammo, I am going for this. Unless someone else grabs it sooner.
     
  14. Triji

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    Monday morning :)

    Still here, I had a guy drooling all over it this weekend but it was a tad out of his price range. He bought a AK instead, so she is still in the safe dreaming of the day she can get out and shoot / "F" stuff up!! :cool: