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WTS WA Sig Sauer ACP Adaptive Carbine Platform for pistols

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by sigboi, Mar 18, 2015.

  1. sigboi

    sigboi Seattle Active Member

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    *Handgun and Flashlight not included.

    Sig Sauer ACP Adaptive Carbine Platform for sale, lightly used, in very good shape.
    Comes with spare front under carriage half as a spare, as red laser pressure switch is attached to 1st undercarriage.
    Comes with original Sig Sauer box.

    This platform converts almost any handgun into a carbine, capable of mounting lights, lasers, slings, etc.

    This setup with pistol installed is perfect for a home defense/nightstand weapon. The ACP allows a two handed hold on the platform for stability and retention, sling to add utility and keeps your hands free if needed. Rails run along the top, and 3,6,9 o'clock to mount accessories. Slide is actuated by a charging handle that can be put on either right or left side, so controls are ambidextrous.

    I will include a Sig Sauer brand two-point sling (can convert to 1-point) with QD attachment point in the front, red/green dot sight, red laser sight w/pressure switch installed, Magpul short rail for pistol flashlight in front, angled flip up sights for backup in case electronics fail. Some of this gear is not in the photos, I will update when I take more pictures.

    *Handgun and Flashlight not included.

    *THIS IS NOT A FIREARM, AND DOES NOT NEED AN FFL TRANSFER*

    Will sell everything described above for $350

    Here is the breakdown in cost:

    Standard ACP $369
    Spare Undercarriage: $100
    Sig Sauer Sling: $30
    Red/Green Dot: $35
    Red Laser Sight w/ switch: $20
    Backup Angled Sights: $25
    KZ QD Mount: $20
    Magpul Short Rail for pistol light: $10

    You will be getting $610 worth of gear for $350!


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    Last edited: Mar 18, 2015
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  2. t.huynh

    t.huynh vancouver, wa Active Member

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    This would make it an SBR, correct?
     
  3. sigboi

    sigboi Seattle Active Member

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    Hi t.huynh, it would not make it an SBR, as there is no shoulder stock and it doesn't modify the barrel. All it does is attach a shell to the pistol so that you can mount attachments. If you go to sigsauer.com and search ACP, they make an SBR version of this with a folding stock. That version would need a tax stamp.