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  1. David, probably best to send me an email: hakohen@verizon.net ..the PM thing doesn't seem to work for me.
  2. David, I have an awesome (IMHO) 556 rifle that I built. I can sell the upper only if you like. So if you are still looking, I will take some photos and list the parts and features. My home-range is Union Hill Gun Club. Amram H.
  3. Yes, I built it. The UR is a standard forged one ... there's only about three makers of forged upper receivers and they are all the same specs. I can't remember where I got this particular one. It's not cerakoted. The stainless-steel barrel is a PSA 18" 1::7 The drop in cassette FCG is a CMC single stage flat-face. The muzzle device is permanently attached via the old "pin and weld" method
  4. WTS Valkyrie .224 rifle , a near-virgin weapon Located in Monmouth county 1. Stainless steel barrel, 18” 1::7 twist 2. 15” Carbon fiber handguard 3. Adjustable gas block, steel, clamp-on 4. Vortex Scope, 2.5-10 x44 5. American Defense QD cantilever scope mount 6. Drop-in cassette, high-end Fire Control Group, flat-face trigger, pull = 3.5 lbs 7. POF lower receiver Cerkoted 8. Geissele Automatics Maritime Extended Bolt Catch 9. Steel (not the usual aluminum) charging handle 10. Nickel boron bolt carrier 11. ASC aluminum magazine, ten-round (not pictured) 12. Griffin Armament M4SD Compensator/Brake muzzle device 13. Griffin Armament CQB Gen 2 Blast Shield 14. Engraved dust cover/ejection door “.224 Valkyrie” 15. Harris Engineering Bipod HB25, 12”-25" legs 16. Harris Engineering MLRA M-Lok QD rotating adapter • Additional photos available on request • 2000 USD • The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale. The UR is a standard forged one ... there's only about three makers of forged upper receivers and they are all the same specs. I can't remember where I got this particular one. It's not cerakoted. The stainless-steel barrel is a PSA 18" 1::7 The drop in cassette FCG is a CMC single stage w/ flat-face trigger. The Griffin Armament muzzle device is permanently attached via the old "pin and weld" method
  5. WTS / WTT Ready for battle in Monmouth county: 1. Ballistic Advantage 16” barrel, Hanson profile, 1/7 twist (virgin barrel) 2. Kaiser X-7 polymer lightweight receiver set 3. Stngr lightweight handguard 4. Griffin Armament Compensator M4SD 5.56mm 5. Rifle Length buffer tube and spring 6. Cobratech H-2 Heavy Buffer (five oz to increase dwell time) 7. High-end stainless steel Bolt carrier (can’t remember the manufacturer) 8. Extended bolt release lever 9. CMC stainless steel FCG (Fire Control Group) / Trigger pull = 3.6 lbs 10. Mid-length gas block and Melonite gas tube 11. 45° Offset Magpul BUIS (steel) 12. Barska Scope LPVO (Low Power Variable Optic) 3-9x40 mm, OD green Cerakoted 13. Steel cantilever ‘scope mount 14. Raptor Ambi Charging Handle, cerakoted 15. Angle-adjustable pistol grip 16. Anti-walk/rotation Fire Control Group pins 17. Magpul MS1 Sling w/extra QD ring points 18. Two Magpul OD green polymer 10-round magazines Willing to trade for a higher-end 1911 45 ACP or cash other photos available on request 1600 USD..... buyer covers shipping cost if we can't meet conveniently. The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale.
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