Steyr AUG A# NATO, which means it's a real Steyr, but made in USA, and accepts any AR-15 magazine, so no need for expensive Steyr mags. I've tried plastic, aluminum and steel mags thru it and they all work well. I mainly use Magpul 30 round P-mags, which are flawless in this rifle. Sorry, the EOtech isn't included. I fired approx. 200 rounds through this rifle for break-in and to test its functioning of various types of ammo and mags. It's cycles well and seems to shoot anything I've put through it. If you want and SBR, but don't want the hassle and expense of a tax stamp, then this is your kinda rifle. It has a full 16" barrel, but it's overall length is considerably less than an AR-15 (or M4 even). Extended charging handle and sling included. Original box, Cordura case and all original accessories/parts included. Yankee Hill Machine pop up (spring-loaded) iron sights included. Thanks for looking. Oregon only, face-to-face with valid ID. Thanks
Yes... They are, and thank you. I've posted it at 1800, not bad especially considering some accessories. ThanksAll depends on how fast you want to move it.
Between $1800 and 2000 I'm sure it would go fast.
They are great rifles to bad I have one already.