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WTS WA and OR...... 5.56 NATO caliber, AR15 kits, build you own rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by ma96782, Jul 14, 2016.

  1. ma96782

    ma96782 Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Where are the cheap AR15s?

    Well, how about if you assemble your own AR15? Really. It's not that hard to do. My 13 y.o. son did it on his own (with the help of YouTube). Of course, legally I owned it.

    What will it cost me?

    OK, Ok, ok.......I got a Palmetto State Armory (multi caliber marked) AR15 receiver. A 5.56 cal. 1/8 twist SS 16" PSA barrel mounted on a complete PSA flat top upper. PSA lower parts kit and 10- 30 round Magpul magazines (2nd Gen). Everything is "brand new" and no blems. All going for $650 for each kit. I got three (3) kits available. If you don't want the 10 magazines, I'll take off $100. I won't sell magazines w/o the kit. Don't bother asking. The only things you'll need.........is to assemble the kit then, get some ammo and a rear sight (or an optic) of your choice. Of course, shooting instruction/training is always a good thing too.

    What were you selling again?

    PSA multi caliber marked AR15 receiver. An assembled: PSA flat top w/5.56 caliber NATO, SS, 16" barrel, 1/8 twist, mid length gas system, F marked frt sight block, metal heat shield under the frt hand guards, bolt, bolt carrier and charging handle. The lower PSA parts kit has a w/6 position collapsible stock, fire control group, std hand grip and all the other small parts needed to complete your build. And.....10 Magpul 30 round magazines. All for $650.

    Anyway, because the kit has a receiver, all transfers must be done through an FFL. The cost of the transfer is on you. YOU figure out which FFL you want to use. If you are unsure if you can even own a firearm, talk with your friendly FFL I live in Vancouver, WA. So, lets keep the distance to your FFL within a reasonable distance (say 20 miles one way). And, I am NOT shipping stuff. So don't ask.

    My caution is: You should know how to assemble stuff. Yes, some small parts can go flying (wear safety glasses) and you could/might break some stuff if you're not careful (a hammer is not always the answer). You might/could even hurt yourself. Look over the YouTube videos. If you're still not comfortable, just leave the entire build to your gunsmith. BTW, IIRC.....there is a shop here in Vancouver, WA that had classes on, "How to build AR15s." But, I don't know if they still hold those classes.

    Humm......maybe, you should buy two kits and make it a father and son (or daughter) project?

    So, why am I selling this?

    A: I want YOU to become a legal gunowner. Hopefully as a gun owner, you'll only vote for pro-gun rights candidates.

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    Serious buyers may contact me via this sight's PM feature. Leave your name and phone number in your PM. I hate playing e-mail tag.

    Aloha, Mark
     
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  2. ma96782

    ma96782 Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Warning...you know that prices will go higher as the election nears and/or if a certain someone gets elected.

    Aloha, Mark
     
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