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M1A SOCOM II EBR

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by FreakSF, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    I have a M1A SOCOM II EBR MOD 1 in .308 (7.62x51 NATO). The rifle is at around 98% it has some very light handling marks mostly from storage. She has been a safe queen. She has 200 flawless rounds through her. Cleaned after each trip to the range and well taken care of.

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    Here is what you get
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    The rifle is a Springfield M1A SOCOM II 16" in .308. The real deal not a scout or SOCOM 16 listed as a II. The stock is a Sage EBR Mod 1 with all the extras. It has a Magpul CTR stock with a high cheek riser and a Hogue pistol grip. Includes ladder rail covers.

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    1. Sage rear sling adapter
    2. Picatinny railed stripper clip guide
    3. Forward vertical grip
    4. Sage folding stock adapter
    5. 5 20rd USGI magazines
    6. 1 10rd Springfield Armory magazine

    As for the scope
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    It comes with the Sage QD cantilever mount. 2 low 30mm rings with 6 Allen head screws and a 2.5-10x32mm scope.
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    Perfectly clear glass
    At 2.5 power
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    And 10 power
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    With clear day and low light illumination.
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    Photos don't even come close to doing it justice. The scope has 11 different settings of illumination (12 including off) and no bleeding. It is a second focal plane scope. The reticle is a circle dot with stadia lines. It has 1/4 MOA adjustments.

    Price is $SPF
    Price without scope is $SPF

    Trades that I would consider for this rifle would be a quality SCAR, ACR or the like, PPQ 40 Cal, FN FiveSeven or a Duo Sport (on road/off road) / street bike type motorcycle.

    For more trades and to see my other ads see below.

    Sights, Gear and Ammo
    http://www.northwestfirearms.com/part-accessory-classifieds/147644-sights-gear-ammo.html#post952423
     
  2. FortRock

    FortRock Bend/Salem, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Worth every penny! Now if it just had a bi-pod! Good luck with your sale.
     
  3. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    If it comes down to it I can throw in a bi-pod! You know for good measure and a complete weapon :)
     
  4. FortRock

    FortRock Bend/Salem, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Semper Fi
     
  5. kummje

    kummje Beaverton Active Member

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    Amazing set up
     
  6. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    BTT
     
  7. bartman315

    bartman315 Sandy, Oregon Member

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    Nice, nice and NICE! :thumbup:
     
  8. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    BTT
     
  9. MinnesotaORnewbie

    MinnesotaORnewbie Oregon Active Member

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    WOW!
     
  10. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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  11. BigNickShooting

    BigNickShooting Centralia, WA Active Member

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    Some details about the scope on the SOCOM? Brand maybe? And do you have a price without the scope?
     
  12. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    The scope is a prototype for a high end company that never hit the market. I bought it off the guy that was trying to start it. The glass was made at the same factory as Leopold's over seas (just my word from his word :). It's really good quality. Price point was supposed to be around where vortexs is (around $800). But seeing as there is no warranty I would put it at $400.

    So the rifle without the scope is $2,400

    Here she is in her case
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    And she is all packed up and ready to go!
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  13. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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  14. CleverName

    CleverName Southern Oregon Active Member

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    Very nice rifle! Im curious what kind of accuracy youre getting with that setup?
     
  15. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    I haven't shot it off a lead sled and I have only shot it out to about 200 m. I would say its about a 1 MOA gun. Sorry haven't really measured but it keeps tight groups.
     
  16. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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  17. longshotmcgee

    longshotmcgee portland Member

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    pm sent
     
  18. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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    TTT All PMs answered
     
  19. FreakSF

    FreakSF Boise Member

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  20. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    Pm Sent. Really want this gun..
     
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