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WTS: New Sig 516 Patrol 5.56, Sig 2-stage match trigger and spring upgrade, flip-up iron sights, PRI M84 Gas Buster Ambidextrous AR-15 Charging Handle - Large Latch, one 10rd s/s Sig mag, two 10rd s/s Duramag mags, four Magpul PMAG 10 AR-15/M4 GEN M3 5.56 NATO mags, Holosun HS403B 2 moa red dot sight (height adjusted for co-witness), Magpul MS1 Padded Sling w/MS1 MS4 QD adapter, Harris Bipod 9-13 Inch Notched Legs - Swivel, Magpul armorer's wrench, ProMag AR-15/M16 lower receiver magazine well vise block, original trigger and spring, original charging handle, original sling, case, cable lock (not shown), Hoppe's cleaning kit (not shown), approx 500 rds 232 and 60 rds 556 55gn. $2000. S/N 20J052055.

PLEASE - this is priced very fairly so no lowballs, no cherry picking. Ammo is included in the sale but not factored into my price. Buyer pays all NICS and transfer fees. Sales at place of transfer only. Ocean County area preferred. The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale.













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