Del-Ton DT Sport Lightweight Carbine......$629

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  1. coctailer

    coctailer
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    I have 10 of these available. Lightweight profile barrel, flat-top upper, non-chrome lined for better accuracy, comes with sling, 30 round mag, lock, and paperwork.
    Caliber is 5.56

    I'll answer questions in this thread by editing the original post.

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  2. Al U. Minium

    Al U. Minium
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    I'll take one, sir!
     
  3. eleonard

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    .223?
     
  4. coctailer

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    5.56

    I'll have 5 of them at the Portland gun show this weekend.
     
  5. Teamowner

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    coctailer, 5.56 will shoot .223? Is that correct? Just asking for my info. thanks
     
  6. Schwabdl

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    Yes they will shoot .223
     
  7. JeremyK

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    Tuzah! I'm glad I'm not the only one fuzzy on the whole .223/5.56 mystery.
     
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    If it's chambered for 5.56 Nato it will also shoot .223, they are very similar, but not identical. However, chambered for .223 will not ALWAYS shoot NATO 5.56. Depends on the gun.
    Chris
     
  9. coctailer

    coctailer
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    Ill have some of these at the Puyallup show this weekend.
     
  10. coctailer

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    3 available for Independence Day shooting fun!!!
     
  11. coctailer

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    I have a couple more at the PDX gun show tomorrow.
     
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    One left at the Puyallup gun show today!!!
     
  13. coctailer

    coctailer
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    Got one lightweight carbine available.

    Nice and light if you have to carry it all day whilst combating ZOMBIES.:cool:
     
  14. thewhitebuffalo83

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    still available?
     
  15. tearfrost

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    Do you have any of these left. I just moved to Oregon and have a Idaho ID still. Will that work. I would like to meet sometime this week. I have cash for this deal, if it is still available?
    Brandon
     
  16. coctailer

    coctailer
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    Just got 2 more in yesterday.
     
  17. Dadof2

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    From what I understand the difference is in pressure generated by the round. The 5.56 will shoot a .223 but not safe for the other way around, when a chambered for .223 only has a 5.56 nato round fired through it. Odd I was researching this last night for the same question related to a different gun only chambered in .223. From what I read there is a 10 thousand cubic units of pressure difference per round when fired and a chambered .223 firing a 5.56 round can cause damage. The physical difference in the two rounds is the lead on a 5.56 is a bit longer... anyway this is what I gathered. I am a pistol guy who is looking to get into rifles so it was a bit confusing for me too not even sure if this is 100% accurate even.

    as for the OP:

    I will let you know the end of week if I am still in a position to buy one and check your stock then. I might be buying a house in the next month or two if everything falls into place, if one of the pieces doesn't Ill buy a rifle instead. First world problems...
     
  18. moosecakes

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    Would you be willing to make a drive up north about two hours? (and Ill drive south about two hours)?

    I could do $650 if you would.
     
  19. coctailer

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    I'll have 2 at the PDX gun show this weekend if they don't sell here.
     
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    Correct although the leade is different too. The .223 can be longer than the 5.56.
     
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