Daniel Defense M4 (DDXV EZ 16" Carbine) - Like New 5.56 MIL-SPEC

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  1. PDXFirearms

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    This is a like new Daniel Defense M4 (DDXV EZ 16" Carbine). I've put around 500 rounds through it and it is flawless. It comes with a Magpul grip, handguard, Magpul CTR stock, not the cheaper MOE stock, and a PMAG.
    -$900 Firm, no Trades. FTF with BOS and BGC or FFL.

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    btt
     
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    btt at $900.
     
  4. Poseidon

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    Daniel Defence lists this as a 5.56 NATO and you have it listed as .223.
    https://danieldefense.com/rifles/carbine-length/daniel-defense-m4-carbine-xv-ez.html
    I am not sure but I believe a 5.56 Nato barrel will shoot both .223 and 5.56 but a .223 barrel only shoots .223.
    What is stamped on the barrel?

    I am new to this and don't know what "BOS and BGC" are.
    The only BOS I am familiar with is the Brotherhood Of Steele and if I had access to a set of T-51b power armour and a gatling laser I probably wouldn't want an m4.
    If you could explain these acronyms it would help me.
    Thanks
     
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    BOS = Bill of Sale
    BGC = Background Check
     
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    Thanks sed!

    Poseidon, It is indeed 5.56, good catch, I didn't even notice I posted it as .223. Barrel is stamped 5.56.
     
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    And that mean you can shoot either .223 OR 5.56 in this fine rifle.
     
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