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Brand new, unused, straight from LWRC website. Bolt carrier only. True self-lubricating Nickel-Boron carrier for your mil-spec AR-15. Not that imitation stuff you get from Ares or AimSurplus. Full-Auto rated. One-Piece...
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9mm Styer M9-A1
SERIAL # 3143XXX (ADDED 1/12/2021)
I Bought it from J & B Firearms in Beaverton about 2 years ago. Only got about 500 or less brass cased rounds through it with Zero failures. I got a Sig P229 to replace it, so...
I'm a little bummed out. Got a call from my gunsmith. He said he was not recommending adding the rail to my S&W 19-3 revolver. Now I'm thinking about selling it and getting another handgun.
I love my 19-3 because it is a revolver and therefore shoots reliably. And because it's fairly accurate...
I've owned a Sig P365 for 6-7 months and have about 700 rounds through it and haven't had 1 failure during this entire time, Its accurate, feels great in the hand and love it's size as it's easy to conceal. That said with all the You Tube and internet posts showing failures I can't seem to get...
Looking for something around $800-1k, beater ok, but needs to be reliable for my family. Can’t trust the people I’ve been meeting up with from OfferUp, Craigslist and the like. This forum and its members has always done right by me, thought I’d throw it out here.