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___________ Sig Sauer Moved to another board ___________ PTR Model 101. GI w/ rail. Metal lower. Less than 300rds fired. SPF SOLD Optic not included. Optional: I've got spare G3 wood if you'd like that in addition.....$135 for stock and handguard and $65 for a walnut grip from RTG that I finished and clearcoated and buffed to matte to match. ___________ Sigarms / SIG / SAN 551-2 SP SWAT SPF SOLD Optional four position lower. This was a ban-era LA Fish and Game rifle w/ 14.3" barrel that Mike Otte from Michael's Machines did a barrel extension on to bring it to 16" (threads in to factory barrel with a tab welded to make it legal...can be cut off if you submit Form 1 for an SBR). Since these pics, I've had the extension cerakoted to match by HiCaliber Manufacturing (Carey is a maestro). Pics of barrel ext. below. Optic rail was stripped and had to be removed (not included but readily available from B&T and SAN). \
The B&T USA / Brugger and Thomet KH9 was made in Switzerland and designed by Karl Brugger as Karl's Hobby 9mm which is a modernized Italian Sites Spectre M4 double/single action submachinegun with several design improvements. The KH9 has the option of feeding from either standard B&T magazines interchangeable with all of their firearms or includes a Finnish Soumi KP31/M31 magazine adapter to use coffin magazines. The recoil-springs operate on twin guides as opposed to the Spectre which is free floated and prone to binding. Receiver is a monolithic SCAR-type with quadrail and taken from the B&T GHM9. Barrel has an HK three-lug adapter. Controls are completely ambidextrous with magazine release and decocker on both sides. Charging handle was inspired by the Ingram M10 or IMI/IWI UZI, Pistol grip was based on the SIG SG550/STGW90, and the rear trunnion uses standard B&T MP9/TP9 stock/brace assemblies. Package includes hardcase, Soumi coffin magazine adapter, front/rear flip-up sights, two 30 round magazines, cleaning kit, manual, and hard-case. Photo is representative of another of my B&T KH9 examples. The firearm you will be receiving has not been fondled or touched. Made in Switzerland, this is 1 of 400 imported. Once gone, these will not be seen again. $2000 shipped.