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It depends if the rifle is the earlier version or is a later SOCOM II. Also are the magazines aftermarket produced or factory Springfield magazines.As for the ammo, is it new USA factory made or reloads, surplus, Russian made? A little more info can provide a more accurate price whether selling or buying.
Well, I'm not sure what yours is worth specifically, but with a bit of googlin' it would appear that a new socom-16 goes for around $1500 or so. If I was selling that gun as a package with the optic and ammo I would maybe start at $1900 or so and then if it doesn't sell drop the price by $100 every week when I bump.
Also, brotip: You will probably make more if you split the package up. Separately I would start the rifle with the mags at $1400 and drop by $50 every week, and start the optic at maybe $350 and drop by $25 every week. I don't have a good idea of what south african .308 is worth so I'll leave that one up to you to figure out.
I would say 2200obo, considering 1200-1500 for the socom and mags, 200-300 for eotech and 300-450 for ammo.
You can't even get into a regular M1A for less then 1200, let alone one that has 16" barrel with a fancy muzzle brake and tritium front post....