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  1. I sold a Portuguese Armalite Telko XM 10 about a year ago but just discovered 3 additional magazines. $250 for all three OBO. They are in very good condition. I can email pictures.
  2. I sold my Portuguese XM-10 a few months ago and last weekend I found another 8 magazines. All look pretty good. $100 each or all 8 for $750. Email me directly and I can send pictures.
  3. Thanks to everyone who contacted me about this rifle. I found a buyer that plans to refurbish it to original condition. I apologize for posting this just prior to vacation that prevented me from timely responses.
  4. I will be on vacation for the next week so responses to questions may be delayed. Sorry.
  5. Sorry I did not post the price. I have been told by a few people and a fair price is $4000. I will throw in the ArmaLite AR10 book I bought to learn about the gun. It cost me $80. The condition of this gun is better than others I have seen sell for the same price. If you would like to ask questions or discuss please email me and I will reply with my phone number. Thanks.
  6. I have inherited a Telko XM -10 from my brother. I am not a collector and would like to find a home for this rare gun. If you are interested you probably know what this gun is. If not this is an early AR10/Armalite style semi-automatic part set that was produced on an early commercial XM10 semi-automatic receiver as produced by the TELKO N/C arms company in Miamisburg Ohio. These early commercial AR10 rifles were the forerunner of all the later full automatic and semi automatic military or Black Sporting type rifles produced and imported in the mid to late 1960s up through the late 1980s. Originally these commercial rifles were assembled or produced by using original AR10 part sets produced by the Dutch firm of "AI" on one of the current commercial lower receivers that were being produced during the early 1980s. There were two kit configurations available at this time, those produced for the Portuguese contract and the other for a Sudanese contracts, this rifle uses one of the Portuguese kits. The upper receiver is marked on the left side with a double British firing proof that consists of a "Crown/BNP" and "Crown/SP" proof next to "20T" with the lower edge marked "CAL.. 7,65mm, NATO-007521" with "XM10" marked on the lower right magazine well. This rifle has the original brown plastic stock, pistol grip and hand guards. This rifle is complete with three original "Armalite" marked "waffle" pattern magazines and a black nylon sling. The riflings look good. The gun was professionally cleaned and has only been shot a few times since. I know what the gun is worth and would like a "fair" price. If you are interested and would like to discuss the gun, please email me and we can arrange a call. I am happy to email pictures.
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