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.22lr AR, upper or complete rifle **SOLD**

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by itgoesboom, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. itgoesboom

    itgoesboom Hillsboro Member

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    What I've got:

    - Tactical Solutions complete .22lr upper. Flattop upper, A2 flashhider, 16.1" 1:16 twist barrel. Stainless steel BCG (makes it so very easy to clean!) Currently has a MagPul MBUS Gen1 sight for the rear and standard F marked FSB. This upper has proved itself reliable with just about all the ammo I have tried in it. The only exception was Rem. Golden Bullets, which are crap and TacSol specifically advises against using.

    - Denny's Guns (Global Tactical) AR-15 lower with mil-spec receiver extension and MagPul CTR stock and MOE grip. Denny's lowers are made by Tactical Innovations, and feature a setscrew to adjust the tension between the upper and lower receiver. The castle nut has some marks from me staking the castle nut.

    - (4) Black Dog Machine 25-round magazines. These are currently the best mags out on the market for the .22lr conversions.

    I'm looking to either sell/trade the upper and magazines, or sell the entire kit.

    For the entire kit, I am looking for $825. For the upper/sights/magazines, I am looking for $525.

    Trade interests are S&W M&P series pistols, Glocks (9mm or .45acp only) and tactical shotguns.

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    ETA: Only interested in selling within Oregon. Prefer to be to someone with an Oregon CHL.
     
  2. HappyValleyAP

    HappyValleyAP Brush Prairie, WA Active Member

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    So in the current setup.. if I wanted to shoot .223 through this AND .22 I'd still need a .223 upper correct?
     
  3. itgoesboom

    itgoesboom Hillsboro Member

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    That is correct. This is a dedicated .22lr upper, with the proper twist rate for .22lr.

    The idea is that the ideal twist rate for a .223 Rem. barrel is somewhere between 1:7 to 1:12 depending on the bullet weight (or more correctly, length), but the right twist for a rimfire barrel is slower; 1:16".

    The other reason to go with a complete upper for a conversion is that you can leave it sighted in either with BUIS or with an optic of your choice, and it will keep it's zero even after you change the upper back and forth.
     
  4. jdub75

    jdub75 PNW Well-Known Member

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    how old is the upper/approx round count?
    Thank you,
    JDUB
     
  5. itgoesboom

    itgoesboom Hillsboro Member

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    I got the upper about a year ago, in a trade. It was unfired at the time, and unfortunately I haven't got to shoot it nearly as often as I want to. I've put a bit under 1k through it since I picked it up.
     
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    sillyrabbit Salem, Oregon Member

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  7. itgoesboom

    itgoesboom Hillsboro Member

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    Back up for sale. Buyer backed out at the last minute.

    To sweeten the deal a bit, I can also throw in:

    (4) boxes of Federal Automatch (325 each box)
    (3) boxes of CCI Mini-Mags (100 each)
    (1) box of Fed. champion (550 rounds)
    (1) box of American Eagle (400 rounds)
     
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    sillyrabbit Salem, Oregon Member

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    jazz hand stumps Oregon Member

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