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Manufacturer
Aero
City
Spokane
State
Washington
Zip Code
99207
i have an Aero Precision 14.5" 5.56 upper with Type R handguard. The upper has less then 150rds and is in near perfect condition.

I only want to trade upper, I'm keeping my bcg/CH and accessories.

Wife really wants the 10.5" Aero Precision upper with the M-lock or the picatinny handgaurd. If you have a similar build in the same price range and quality i may be interested.

Posted a screen shot of the ideal trade as well as some pictures of the upper, i will disassemble upon trade.

Thanks!

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I can get some pictures for you later this afternoon when I get home. It’s an Andro Corp. factory upper. I copied the info below directly from their website. I bought this one used but there is less than 100 rounds total through it and I replaced the plastic handguard with a Troy drop-in quad rail.

- 4150 CMV Melonite

- 1/7 Twist

- M4 Feed Ramps

- Carbine Length Gas System with F-Mark Front Sight Base

- QPQ Corrosion Resistant Finish

- A2 Flash Hider

- 1/2-28 Threaded Muzzle

- M4 Carbine Forearm

- 7075 T6 Mil-Spec Dry Film Lubed Upper w/ T-Markings

- Forward Assist

- Ejection Port Assembly

- 1 MOA Guarantee
 
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It was painted when I got it but I’ve got most of it off. There is a little but left on the Front Sight Base, the delta ring and the forward assist. The Troy quad rail has never been painted at all and is in great shape. When I got it I was told the previous owner fired less than 100 rounds and based on the condition I believe that’s accurate.
I wiped it down with an oily rag if you wonder what the sheen/glossiness is in the pictures.
Thanks
Leo

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Goof Off Graffitti remover. Spray on and let it sit then use a soft bristle tooth brush. Wipe off with a wet rag. The paint comes off easily and it won’t harm the finish under it.
 
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