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I've got a C39, Milled receiver and upgrades for sale, very accurate, nice trigger. Rifle comes three 30 round pmags. Second owner, probably 1000 rounds through it, I've personally got a couple hundred rounds through. Reliable like any other AKs, Selling for $700, price is firm.
Looking for a talented tattoo artist in the nw corner of the state, in or Near Multnomah or Washington county. I want some more work done and most shops seem to be run by people with a very different set of values.
For your consideration...
A LEO friend of mine passed this along to me. This guy does some wicked cool engraving. He's based in Sherwood. He's also an FFL so no concerns there. Looks like he will also be at the Sheep Hitters at Oregon Rifle Works on August 17th.