PDA

View Full Version : LMT MRP CQB UPPER w/ troy industries folding sights! TA31 with docter


gqpenguin
10-11-2008, 10:59 PM
Just wondering if anyone is interested in these items. LMT MRP has about 200 rounds through it. TA31 was mounted only for show, mint condition.

I have the original box and manual for the TA31.

LMT MRP CQB upper - $1100 w/troy industries folding sights, forward grip, 3 handguard panels included.
TA31 w/Docter - $1100

PM me for details... paypal only pls :)

Thanks!

ghost
10-11-2008, 11:02 PM
per forum rules you`ll have to post a location.
pics will help also;)

gqpenguin
10-11-2008, 11:13 PM
Im located in san francisco, pics coming up soon, well in like 5 minutes.

tankerman
10-11-2008, 11:25 PM
So no cash, ftf?

Stealth-X
10-14-2008, 12:46 AM
This might be answered in the pictures to follow, but what length is the barrel, C/L or SS? Is this the newer model with the sling swivel mount built in? Standard trigger or NM 2-stage? Standard flash hider or aftermarket upgrade? What type/make is the bolt carrier group? Is shipping included? Is the Torque wrench included?

I think that's a good start for my questions :)

Regards,
Nate

gqpenguin
10-18-2008, 1:44 AM
It's a 16" barrel. Got the torque wrench new in package. Aftermarket flashhider, noveske I think. Bolt carrier group is all LMT. 2 stage trigger. It's the newer model with sling swivel. shipping is not included. Cash is always good too.

I'll take better pics of this tomorrow. Been out of town sorry for the delayed response. :)

Stealth-X
10-19-2008, 12:47 AM
I'll take the LMT MRP CQB if it is the full rifle (as implied by you inclusion of the 2-stage trigger info in your last post).

PM Sent

odesskiy
10-19-2008, 5:25 AM
LOL...I'm pretty sure it's just the upper and not the complete rifle as $1100 would make it more than just a steal...something more like highway robbery. I am interested in purchasing the upper if the seller can provide some references from established CG member or perhaps we could find a CG member in SF that would be willing to provide escrow services for a reasonable fee.

EYP
11-27-2008, 10:54 AM
Is this still for sale?