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The domain name mil is the sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet for the United States Department of Defense and its subsidiary or affiliated organizations. The name is derived from military. It was one of the first top-level domains, created in January 1985.The United States is the only country that has a top-level domain for its military, a legacy of the United States' military role in the creation of the Internet. Other countries often use second-level domains for this purpose, e.g., mod.uk for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence. Canada uses norad.mil with the United States as they jointly operate the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
Despite having a dedicated top-level domain, the US military also uses com domains for some of its recruitment sites, such as goarmy.com, as well as for the Defense Commissary Agency's website www.commissaries.com and most non-appropriated fund instrumentalities such as military MWR organizations and military exchanges. Also, the military uses edu domains for its service academies: the United States Military Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, United States Naval Academy, and the United States Air Force Academy can all be reached using either an edu or a mil domain name. The official athletic program sites of the three academies that are members of NCAA Division I (Army, Navy, Air Force) use com domains, as well as Coast Guard, which is a member of NCAA Division III. The Department of Defense itself uses gov for its home page, with at least three second-level domains within mil (defense, dod, and pentagon) redirecting to its domain name www.defense.gov.
The United States Coast Guard, like other military services, uses the mil domain, although during statutory peacetime the service falls under the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Brand new in box . Scope is set in the rings lightly snugged . Has not been torqued or used . $400 cash Tualatin area.
Leupold Mark 2 IMS Integral AR Mounting System
Leupold Mark AR MOD 1 Rifle Scope 4-12x 40mm
Some random parts
$20 - Glock trigger and other small parts
$8 both sets - AR15 mil spec trigger springs.
Again these are mil spec springs from the guns I put the kaw valleys in.
Or best offer
I could use an AR15 rear takedown detent and a safety detent. Straight trade foe that stuff.
11 used mil spec Colt usgi surplus 30 round AR mags. Each mag has a new Magpul anti tilt follower.
2 of the mags have okay base pads but bodies are marked Colt.
$18 per mag firm. Buyer comes to McMinnville. WILL NOT SHIP, HOLD OR DELIVER.
PM IF INTERESTED PLEASE
Athlon Argos BTR Gen 2 8-34 x 56 FFP Mil
Just arrived to me via UPS today and realized this is way to much scope for my rimfire. Like...overkill. new in box, never mounted, literally arrive at my doorstep an hour ago.
This retails at midway and Amazon for $430.00.
I'd like to get $300.00...
Cleaning out the safes and these rifles just don’t get fired or loved all family hand me downs through the years that need loving homes. All rifles function and shoot well just taking up space in crowded safes.
*****SOLD***First is a sporterized Lee Enfield Jungle Carbine No5 man8/44 serial...
860 left of a 960 round lot. I don't have a gun that will shoot this anymore. The ones in the bags were emptied out of mags but no boxes were available for them to go back into.
Must buy a minimum of 100 rnds at a time
Buy a 240 rnd case & I'll do $0.95/rnd
Buy the whole lot & I'll do...
$200 FTF. Will consider shipping.
First-focal plane reticle, 2.5x to 10x, side parallax adjustment. Objective is 44mm, main tube is 30mm. Capped turrets. Made in South Korea, not China. Includes box and sunshade.
Used it for load development on my AR. Don't need it now, as it was replaced...
Trijicon Accupower 34mm 1-8x28 1/10 Mil adj. FFP Red Illuminated LED Segmented Circle Crosshair $950 shipped.
$1125 with Larue LT204 Scope mount
All brand new. Just got around to shooting with it for the first time this last weekend. I'm going after more magnification.
I'll post pictures...
I’m looking to buy some mil surplus ammo cans for cash or trade for some ammo I’ve got . 50 cal and 30 cal cans would work best for me
Trade ammo varies, I’ve got a bit of 556 55grain and 9mm target I can spare
Vortex Viper 6.5-20X44 Mil Dot- was mounted on gun and never used. Does have couple light scratches on bottom where I mounted. Has original box and contents. $230. Will meet in Salem and surrounding area. Not interested in dealing with shipping.
Not really shooting/reloading a ton this year, so I am offloading a bit of surplus.
I am interested in mostly shooter grade world war two/cold war rifles i.e. FAL, Ljungman, MAS, K31, Carcano, Garand, Enfield, M1919A4, etc. No mosins please.
I will most likely be adding cash on my end with...
Like new Primary Arms Platinum Series DEKA MIL Japanese built long range precision rifle scope. Paid $1,499 from Primary Arms. Very nice glass compares to scopes costing 500-1000 more. Check the specs in the pictures. I used this scope 6 times. Was able to hit the mile target 3 of 3 shots with a...
Alright... Ill do it...
Sealed spam-can of 500rnds .223
I know everyone is nuts for this stuff right now... Im just not going to use it.
$300 for SUPPORTING MEMBERS ONLY (please indicate that you are a supporting member of NWFA in your PM to me... my phone...