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For sale perfect Coyote gun setup, AR-15 varmint gun, 24" REDUCED

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Bought it last summer for my wife, she decided she doesn't want hunt coyotes anymore.

Vulcan Arms Ar-15 .223 with 24" stainless steel bull barrel, 30 rounds magazine, and Optronics 4-16x50 duplex scope.

Approx 300 rounds through the tube, very accurate.

$ 850.00 FTF or shipping to dealer for $ 25.00

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Price reduced to $ 800

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Does the gun come with any of the accesories like the hard case and sling? Also does it have the "wylde" chamber so you can shot 5.56mm or is it just .223

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It didn't have any case or sling, I am adding a 30 round clip, I can sell more at $ 14.00 each. This is just a .223.

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Gun only $ 700.00 or I can separate upper from lower

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OOoohhhh...that's very tempting! grin.gif

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how much for just the upper?

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$ 475.00 for complete upper with bolt carrier and charging handle, no scope or rings.

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SPF....

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SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!

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I was just gonna tell ya to hang onto it Val, The yotes have been running down the road the last couple mornings Heading your way...............

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Thanks Fred, I've got 2 more of them in my "arsenal", I saw some tracks in the field south of you, I was going to come on over one of these nights.....

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