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WTS: EVERYTHING MUST GO: P290RS, AR15 Upper, Quad Rail, A1 Furniture, A2 Stock

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Want to sell multiple items, everything must go!

1. Sig Sauer P290RS (restrike trigger) with 2 holsters and 3 magazines - $225

2. AR15 upper (unknown mfg) with 16" bbl and NJ legal muzzle device, no bolt. Quad rail sold separately.  Barrel needs to be tightened up - $125 --- SOLD

3. Authentic M16A1 retro furniture: pistol grip, stock, and triangular handguards - $25 for all of it --- SOLD

4. A2 Stock (blemish) - $20

5. Blackhawk SERPA holsters for Glock 19 and Glock 21 and other parts - $15 each, $35 for everything

6. P320 grips, Gen 1, medium.  Qty: 2 compact (one black, one sprayed OD green) and 1 full size in black - $15 each

7. AR15 quad rail, non-free float, for carbine length - $40 --- SOLD

OR BEST OFFER!  I want to sell these items and get some cash in my pocket.

For local pickup only in Morristown, NJ.  Valid pistol permit and driver's license required for pistol.  









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