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SOLD: Gen 2 SIG 716 DMR (.308) with Magpul PRS Buttstock

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***SOLD***

GEN 2 SIG 716 DMR

  • Caliber: .308 / 7.62x51
  • Barrel Twist Rate: 1:10
  • Barrel Length: 18"
  • Muzzle Brake: SIG factory (compliance work done by Howell Gun Works)
  • Buttstock: Magpul PRS Gen 3
  • Sale price does not include the optics, mount, or bipod shown in the pictures but can be worked into a package deal
  • PM me for any specific pictures or questions
  • I've attached a picture of the test target that came with the rifle from the factory
  • The rifle is cross-posted, so preference will be given to the first unconditional "I'll take it" followed by a PM
  • Not looking for any trades 

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