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WTS: Heckler & Koch USC .45ACP Carbine

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Looking to sell a H&K USC .45ACP Carbine with a very low round count (<200rds of brass 45ACP). Looking to purchase another firearm as I have my pistol permits available. I have .45ACP ammo I can sell at a good price to only the buyer.

Please see below for a description and rationale for pricing:

H&K USC: $2,210
+Optic: $2,785

1. H&K USC .45 (includes H&K Case): $1,600
2. H&K Parts Full Rail Kit (top rail and 3 side rails): $150
3. Trigger Work: Lower was sent to an H&K trigger specialist in Colorado to have springs replaced with G36 springs to lighten the pull. Gunsmith further reduced pull weight by removing excess material) - $100
4. 6 H&K USC Mags: $360
5. EoTech XPS2-0 with GG&G Hood, brand new with October Manufacturing Date, hasn’t seen a single range trip *does not need to be included*: $575

-FID and Matching DL will be required for FFL to complete the sale
-Transfer at FFL in Essex or Monmouth County.  Buyer pays fees

-First "I'll take it" gets it

Item is cross-posted for sale elsewhere, will update if sold.

Priced competitively based on recently completed gunbroker sales

 

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