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Started and sent off an eFile Form 1 this morning.
Planning on an all titanium .30 cal can. Since the eFiles are coming in so quick right now, I should have it all back by the time I'm home from a vacation. Thanks for the inspiration @Tomahawk67.
Looking to setup a 9.7" Titanium housing...
Willing to ship out of state for $10
All are new and never fired. Have been loosely assembled for mock ups
PSA 8.5" Phosphate 300blk barrel-SOLD
RBA 7.5" Nitride 300blk barrel-$60
Each will come with a muzzle piece
2A 7" Mlok-$50
CMMG 7in rkm7-$50
AR Stoner 7.5in keymod-keeping...
I want to let this be known..
It’s getting harder and harder to not comment.. when someone post a ridiculously high price or thinks their Used gun is worth full retail? I know they can ask whatever they want but common..
I see this on Armslist & Northwest
I think there should be a Dislike...