Selling this mid-length 14.5 i build about 6 months ago. I built it to take up to washington for training, since WA doesn't allow SBRs, and i didn't own any non-SBR fighting guns at that time... but i never did go up, and i've only put about 75 rounds through this thing in the mean time.... so i'd rather get started on other endeavors. $1050.00 FTF anywhere between Portland and Rainier or $1100 shipped to your FFL. make sure your FFL will accept from a non-FFL. Might be interested in partial trades for quality used climbing/mountaineering gear. gone Will separate and sell upper for $750, also What you get -TDP-compliant BCG (HPT/MPI, shot-peened, heat treated, etc) - G&R Tactical carrier and parts, Noveske bolt (marked) -Sabre Defense mid-length 14.5" barrel with taper-pinned FSB -Daniel Defense 12.0 FSBM handguard -Mega Gator lower -Milspec BCM receiver extension, spring, and buffer -Vltor Modstock -LMT ambidextrous selector, WITH grindout for right-hand shooting comfort -LMT's newer "tactical" forged charging handle with the improved lever -and not least of all- BattleComp 1.5 compensator, pinned and tig-welded to bring weapon's barrel length to Title I legality. if you're not familiar with the battlecomp, you should do some research- in a nutshell, it completely eliminates muzzle rise, but without the head-pounding concussion or night-vision-blinding flash you get from other compensators. i've been quoted as calling it the greatest improvement to the platform in decades. -BCM burnsed end-plate sling loop, for 'fore-stock sling attachment -polished GI trigger - nothing special, but just a nice, clean standard trigger -probably more that i'm forgetting -Genuine Colt rear sight/carry handle some things i should mention- the receiver is an M4-convert from an A3, which just means the M4 feedramps were added after anodizing, instead of before. some jokers try to sell this as "polished feedramps" as though its a good thing, but it's not. it doesn't hurt anything, either- aluminum doesn't rust, and aluminum exposed to air for 2 or 3 days actually anodizes itself to a depth of about half of that of Type III Hardcoat anodizing. furthermore, since they're only there are a safeguard against potential low-riding rounds during extremely hard firing, they are not wear points. it's unlikely that a bullet will ever touch them. the battle-comp is a pre-production model that was given to me by BattleComp LLC before the official release. As such, it came "in the raw" without their black-oxide finish. i painted it with high-temp grill paint, which is probably about the same as black-oxide in the durability category... whether you get a raw model, or a black-oxide model, they wear quickly, showing the stainless steel underneath. i state this only so you know you MAY want to touch up with paint every once in a while, IF you abuse the weapon (and you definitely should). but if you're the type who actually shoots your guns, you'll likely not care if you've got a little "wear" in the finish. right? the pistol grip is an A2 that i ground the nub off of. i prefer them this way, but it's not something i put a bubblegumload of effort into the finish. if you want, i'll be happy to put a fresh brand new A2 grip on it. and here's the battlecomp before paint, just for reference... all expertly assembled by myself, a highly experienced semi-professional AR builder/armorer of about 11 years. my guns rock.