(incase picture doesn't show: http://www.jessenicola.com/offsite/boombubblegum/AR-15s-nice.jpg) Inside AR-15 in the picture above is Adams arms Evo Ultra Lite upper (14.5" Mid Evo Ultra Lite Upper - Adams Arms). It's a 14.5" barrel with a flash hider on it staked to make it the legal 16". Weighs very little for a piston driven upper, ultra reliably cycles ammo, feels great, shoots accurate, etc etc etc. It's on an Anderson Manufacturing Forged Lower with a Palemmto State arms LPK, and a Giselle tuned trigger I forget the brand that Giselle worked with on it but it's the nicest trigger I've felt on any AR. Magpull ACS butt stock, Vortex Strikefire sight, ergonomic grip, etc etc. Works great, not used a ton and available. Asking $1400. Outside AR-15 is the Adams Arms 16" Mid Base Upper (16" Mid Base Upper - Adams Arms). Fine rifle, shoots great, cycles ammo reliably, etc etc. Has same lower as above only instead of the fancy trigger just uses the PSA full LPK kit trigger, which is still a pretty nice trigger compared to most. Cheap 2-7x adjustable scope that is damn accurate and I couldn't find anything more expensive with comparable features in a compact package. 45 degree angle iron sights as well. Asking $1000 (incase picture doesn't show: http://www.jessenicola.com/offsite/boombubblegum/AR+benelli.jpg) Inside gun is obviously the AR. DPMS gas block, Stoner Chrome Lined M16 profile barrel, polymer quad rail setup (really light weight). Reflex sex, flip up iron sights. Simple butt stock and pistol grip... etc etc. Lower is forged Anderson Manufacturing Lower, DPMS full LPK which is reliable but not mind blowing. Asking $800 Benelli Shotgun is available upon request for a fair price as well. I'll list that if I get the time today. Part trades I am interested in: I would be interested in taking a Shield 40, Shield 9, and/or an XDs 9. I'm a big fan of pocket pistols. I would also be interested in a bone stock Ruger 10/22. I do need to raise some money though, this is all going to help pay off debt I had to take on to cover surgery for my dog. So, some cash needs to be involved in any trade offers. Prices are flexible if you're paying enough cash.