Up for sale is a factory built Lantac manually cycled straight pull AR15 upper receiver. The upper is in excellent condition with only 200 rounds of Federal Gold Medal Match having been put through it. The upper will fit any standard AR lower. The advantage to this upper is that it allows you to have a un-pinned muzzle device and a collapsible stock since it is not a semi-automatic upper (no gas system at all on this model)
NOTE: The upper is on consignment with Howell Gun Works, so the sale would be done directly through them (you can find it on their Facebook page) however, I can help answer any questions
Price : $700
Lantac 18 inch 1:8 barrel chambered in .223 Wylde:
chambering allows you to shoot either .223 or 5.56
specifically designed for manually cycled straight-pull rifles (no gas port)
Lantac SPADA-M 15" forend (M-LOK)
Lantac side charging upper receiver
Lantac Dragon muzzle brake
the brake is not pinned since this is not a semi-auto upper
Lantac Enhanced straight pull side-charging BCG
you manually cycle the action - similar to a bolt action but much faster because there is no vertical movement required - just pull the side charging handle back to extract and rechamber)
the BCG is specifically designed for manual cycling - there is not gas key on the carrier
Lantac Raptor charging handle
provides the option to cycle the action like a "normal" AR if desired (it's much easier and efficient to use the side charger)
More details on the upper can be found here on pg.47: https://simplebooklet.com/lantacriflecatalog#page=48
The cleaning out of my workbench continues with a bunch of various AR parts that I'd like to find new homes for. Please let me know if you'd like any additional pictures or info on anything (everything comes as shown - I don't have any of the original packaging for this stuff).
All prices are for a face-to-face sale but we can work out shipping cost if needed (I'll ship in a flat rate small or medium box). I'll take 5% off the total price for anyone that takes 5 or more items from the list. I’m located in the Princeton/Hillsborough area:
Lantac Dragon 5.56 Brake (threaded 1/2x28): ***SOLD***
BCM KAG Grip (KeyMod - has rattle can camo job): $10.00
BCM Vertical Grip (KeyMod - has rattle can camo job): $10.00
Magpul Vertical Grip (Picatinny - OD Green): ***SOLD***
Arisaka Finger Stop (MLOK): ***SOLD***
Carbine Buffer Spring (not sure which manufacturer): $5.00
Carbine Buffer (no sure which manufacturer): $10.00
Vltor 5-position Carbine Tube: $25.00
Magpul Fixed Carbine Stock (has rattle can camo job and I believe that it's OD Green underneath): ***SOLD***
Way of the Gun Sling (Coyote): ***SOLD***
Up for sale is a gently used Magpul M-LOK bipod:
SOLD(my current work schedule doesn't leave much time for F2F sales)
Comes as shown (no original packaging)
The bipod has a krylon paint job that can be easily removed. It's black underneath
PayPal F&F preferred or add the appropriate percentage if you choose G&S (net $80 to me)
The item is cross-posted so the first unconditional "I'll take it" wins
A person exercising their rights, breaking no law should not have a gun pointed at him.
Care to explain how that is a strawman?
The IRS is different? How so? A man following the law (the deputy) oh I can't be here with my gear? okay i'll leave. Rentacop procedes to point gun at a non threat. And you think this is completely different?
Technically the rentacop was fired, arrested and charged. Technically the deputy wasn't.
So in your opinion anyone perceiving a threat is justified in taking lethal action against the perceived threat. So when I see a bunch of guys in vests and black BDUs and cattying sidearms, i would be justified in pointing a gun at them? Every Tuesday at lunch. Funny how i am able to resist. Man i dont even call the cops.
Champion? No. Support a person exercising their constituional protected rights absolutely.
So your stance is
"I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it. Unless I disagree or it might cause someone distress"
My stance stops at the period.
Strawman, again, really? Cant simplify it any further for you. I think you get the points made but it breaks your argument so here we go, strawman again.
You brought up the IRS guy. How about an actual response to my comments. Here they are again:
But if you are referencing the guy that drew down on the local deputy at the IRS, guess what, he was actually correct that local LE does not have the authority to be armed on federal property. As I understand it that is the actual law. So now what? His judgement was poor but technically correct? Following your logic I would expect you to actually be siding with the security guard because the LAW says the deputy cannot be armed on the premises and the guard was following the law. BUT reasonable judgement would dictate no real threat existed. This is the exact flip side of wallmart. The deputy technically broke the law but was clearly not a threat. The "auditor" was within the law but one could easily articulate he looked like a threat given the totality of the circumstances and the timing of the Texas Wallmart shooting.