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Brown_Bomber
03-16-2012, 9:46 AM
Ive got a lot of slightly used gear and looking for the following:
Aimpoint CompM2 or ML
Revolver, S&W
Msar barrel
Manticore Sig grip
Sig P228 wood grips
Crossbreed Holster
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The Knights Armament RAS is real deal, not ChiCom trash.
The folding bipod foregrip GripPod is military contract straight out of GA. Not commercial. These retail for$150.
4 way picitiny gas block is YHM
Single picitiny gas block is LMT
Folding foregrip is the solid fiberformed old school model that folds and locks with being screwed in. Very solid.
Carbine handguard is YHM non free float..
Make me an offer looking for trades!

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Empty Clip
03-16-2012, 10:55 AM
How much for the Sure Fire??
How much for the grip with bipod inside and has rubber band on it??

greezy
03-16-2012, 12:06 PM
9) For Sale threads must have a price listed.
If you are unsure of what you want to ask for an item list a price you think is slightly higher than what you want to get and simply state, 'willing to negotiate'. You can also add 'OBO' (Or Best Offer) after your projected price. While this means you are willing to entertain offers it is NOT a license to auction, neither does it mean that it is acceptable to take a higher offer after you have agreed to a price and a deal. The listing price must be one the seller would accept if a buyer were to make an offer at that price. Editing the original post to raise the price after an offer at that price has been made creating a 'hidden auction' is unacceptable. The seller may accept an offer higher than the price listed, either from motivated buyer or due to unique circumstance such as special shipping requirements providing no offer or deal has been made at the listed price prior to the higher offer.

Brown_Bomber
03-16-2012, 4:07 PM
9) For Sale threads must have a price listed.
If you are unsure of what you want to ask for an item list a price you think is slightly higher than what you want to get and simply state, 'willing to negotiate'. You can also add 'OBO' (Or Best Offer) after your projected price. While this means you are willing to entertain offers it is NOT a license to auction, neither does it mean that it is acceptable to take a higher offer after you have agreed to a price and a deal. The listing price must be one the seller would accept if a buyer were to make an offer at that price. Editing the original post to raise the price after an offer at that price has been made creating a 'hidden auction' is unacceptable. The seller may accept an offer higher than the price listed, either from motivated buyer or due to unique circumstance such as special shipping requirements providing no offer or deal has been made at the listed price prior to the higher offer.
Its a WTT, read the thread rules. Im interested in trades and listed some....

Brown_Bomber
03-17-2012, 1:52 PM
Bump

Brown_Bomber
07-01-2012, 7:10 PM
Bump

Musashi_Ronin
03-31-2013, 6:54 PM
Still for sale?