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Valv

DPMS AR-15 flat top, 20" barrel, REDUCED

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Valv

Almost brand new DPMS AR-15 , 20" chrome moly barrel, .223 cal, A3 flattop, 6 position stock, removable rear sight.

Upper has been fired 60 times (2 clips) to break it in as per factory instructions, and to test a scope, it's very accurate with excellent groups at 100yds.

Lower has been shot a dozen of times to sigh it in, that's it, was brand new 1 month ago.

This was going to be my Night Vision AR-15, now I need to sell this to fund another AR project.

$ 795.00 shipped or best offer FTF in MN or to FFL dealers only

To speedup change of possession I can accept Paypal VERY DISCRETE payment but I have to add 3.5%

PS I forgot to mention this has the heavy target match barrel.

Email for more (and larger) pictures:

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Price is reduced to $ 795.00 !!!

Remember this gun is available NOW, no waiting period for backorders. It shoots like a dream, you won't find a better deal than this, seriously.

You can add a holo sight, a scope, red-(Contact Us Please), night vision (that's what I had) , or leave it as it is.

Don't make a mistake buying a cheaper brand, DPMS is made here in MN and they are top of the line manufacturers, I can vouch for this.

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your reduced price is the same as your original price , would I be be able to shoot this gun pre purchase, is there a range near you? Was going to buy an encore, but I have a coyote spot where this could be real fun. hehe

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My reduced price is $ 55. less than original price, I've edited the ad.

I can let you shoot a couple of rounds here but you will have to find a range after purchase.

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Valv, sorry wife nixed the gun purchase for this year, need to finish bathroom basement first.

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$ 750.00 and you don't have to wait 2 months to order it.

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I have the other at $ 700.00, it's a 24"

This is a new gun, $ 750 is a great price and it's here, no waiting to get it.

Come on over, I'll let you shoot both then you decide.

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I cannot do face to face anymore, everything has to be done through dealer. Possessing an AR-15 now requires also a permit to buy handguns. I'll have my local FFL dealer process the sale.

Get one while you still can !!!

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Quote:

Possessing an AR-15 now requires also a permit to buy handguns.


Huh??? Can you explain please?

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Yes, to purchase any assault rifles in MN you now need a permit to acquire handguns, you can get one at your Sheriffs Dept office.

Pretty soon they will be banned again, just wait until the Clintons get a hold of them.....

Check with your local dealer, I know I had to get one for this gun.

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private to private sales you dont have to have a handgun permit to buy a handgun/assault rifle. only if you are a dealer and selling a new/used gun.

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Private to private I will use a FFL dealer, I am not going to risk anything especially with an assault rifle. Whatever the dealer requires for the transaction it will be needed. Besides if you cannot obtain a handgun permit it means there's some problem, consequently I don't want to sell.

If you need more clarifications contact the ATF office in StPaul.

This is a thread to sell a gun, for debates regarding the law there's other forums.

Thanks

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