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  1. for sale: Federal 10mm Auto, 180 gr., FMJ, $1 per round, 1,000 rd. case, $1,000 + actual shipping Winchester .380 Auto, 95 gr., SXT jacketed hollow point, $1.25 per rd., 500 rd. case, $625 + actual shipping Winchester .38 spl. +P+, 110 gr., Jacketed hollow point, $1.50 per rd. 500 rd. case, $750 + actual shipping Winchester .40 S&W, 180 gr, T-series "Black Talon" Hollow point, $1.25 per round, 500 rd. case, $625 + actual shipping Winchester .357 Sig., 125 gr., SXT Hollow point, $.90 per round, 500 rd. case, $450 + actual shipping Email FNFAL5042@gmail.com or call or text to 208-810-3315
  2. WTS: 12 ga. Defensive Ammo: S&B 12 ga. rubber ball, $1 per round, 250 rd. case, $250 + shipping Winchester 12 ga., 3", 00 buck, $2 per round, 150 rd. case, $300 + shipping, Winchester 12 ga., 3", Slug, $2 per round, 150 rd. case, $300 + shipping Fiocchi 12 ga., 2 3/4", 00 Buck, Reduced Recoil, $1 per round, 250 rd. case, $250 + shipping Hornady 12 ga., 3" Slug, $2.50 per round, 250 rd. case, $625 + shipping Email to FNFAL5042@gmail.com or call or text to 208-810-3315 Thanks, Larry
  3. A beautiful piece of history. Developed and introduced in 1917, the 30-06 cal Browning Automatic Rifle is regarded as one of the best shoulder-fired automatic weapons of World War I. By original conception, the BAR was to be used by actively maneuvering infantry units, allowing them to provide their own suppressing fire while advancing across no-man's-land and still be capable of aimed single shots. American infantry doctrine did not embrace the "marching fire" concept, instead focusing on the "squad automatic" concept, favoring man-portable weapons firing from fixed positions in support of defense and maneuver, with later variants of the BAR, the 1918A1 and A2, adjusted to better accommodate this style of combat. A relative late-comer for World War I, the BAR made a good impression on users and allies. Retained in government arsenals following the war, the BAR remained a gold standard of small arms firepower, while also gaining infamy for it's desirability to criminals; famous outlaws Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were among those who raided government stocks for the BAR and used them to great effect in altercations with the police. On entering World War II, the BAR was America's prime light machine gun, and BAR gunners were a key source of firepower for Army and Marine units. While eventually retired in favor of weapons designed explicitly for the Squad Automatic rifle, the BAR served with dignity for many decades, seeing U.S. use as late as the Korean War. Blade front and folding ladder rear sights, with a plain tubular flash hider threaded to the muzzle, "18" dated barrel, and "eagle head" and "flaming bomb" proofs on some components. The top of the receiver bears the 5-line Winchester nomenclature, with the early "F A S" pattern (semi/full/safe) selector mechanism with the spring loaded catch to keep the operator from accidentally putting the rifle on "SAFE" when switching to full-auto operation. Fitted with a deeply checkered forearm and a smooth pistol grip stock. Included with the lot are 3 magazines, original 1918 cupped ammo belt, BAR oiler and magazine loader. Very good condition. The rifle has been completely reworked by Stan Andrewski and functions flawlessly. The forearm bears a hairline crack and a safe ding on its right side. The stock is in excellent shape without any repairs. Mechanically excellent condition with original internal components bearing a “W” proof mark as shown in the attached photos. This item is restricted as a National Firearms Act (NFA) and is fully transferable. It is also classified as a "Curios or Relic" (C&R) as defined in 27 CFR, 478.11. Price; $49,500 plus shipping and insurance. First buyer to commit in writing, either by email or text, will have priority to purchase. Full purchase price due with order. The only trade considered is a transferable H&K MP5K-PDW. All NFA rules apply. Questions will be answered in writing via email or text. My email is “BAR at eley.us”. Text number is 614-537-3539.
  4. Excellent condition Browning BAR M1918 M1918A2 original IBM marked barrel dated 3 43. These once plentiful original war barrels are getting harder to find especially in this condition. Why hesitate when your registered machine gun is work $30K? It's a worthwhile investment for your guns future. Don't delay someone will buy this as they always go quickly. $800 shipped. Condition Muzzle measures 2.5 and throat 2 which is excellent condition and a perfect match for your IBM BAR. Finish is excellent. There are marks on the barrel where it was removed quite possibly in an arsenal somewhere as they weren't gentle and weren't concerned about marring the finish. Those area's are hard to see so I believe it's safe to say it was refinished as they aren't bare. Bore is nice, shiny strong grooves. No corrosion at all. I'd rate it a 10 out of 10 as it's mirror. Terms: USPS Money order, Paypal friends / family cc 3% more. Three day inspection if non fired non installed period if not satisfied will refund all but shipping cost to and from. IMG_3855 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3836 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3837 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3838 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3839 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3840 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3841 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3842 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3843 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3844 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3845 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3846 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3847 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3848 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3849 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3850 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3851 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3852 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3853 by Davy Keith, on Flickr IMG_3854 by Davy Keith, on Flickr
  5. Inland M2 Carbine Pre-May Sample

    M2 Carbine, Manufactured by Inland Division of General Motors close to the end of the production run as an Original M2 Selective Fire Gun and marked on gun M2. S/N is 6852817. Excellent condition with an original 20 round magazine. No law letter required and a keeper for individual FFL & SOT holders. On Gunbroker so this gun may go at any moment. Don't delay it's a great price for an excellent investment. Please note: This is a restricted Pre-May Sales Sample only available to FFL & SOT Dealers.In stock on form 3 and ready for eForm transfer for fast approval.$4,995 plus $150 FedEx 2cd day shipping. MS residents 7% sales tax. 3 day inspection guaranteed satisfaction. Reference available upon request. IMG_1997 by Davy Keith, on FlickrIMG_1998 by Davy Keith, on FlickrIMG_1999 by Davy Keith, on FlickrIMG_2000 by Davy Keith, on FlickrIMG_2001 by Davy Keith, on Flickr
  6. Several heart & liver & other operations preclude some of my more accurate shooting, so I am offering the following suppressor ready guns up for sale. Remington 700 Police Special .308 Win. 20” heavy barrel, Tasco Custom Shop 8-40x54 scope, Harris Bi-pod, and fitted for SWR suppressor (not included) I use this rifle for police demonstrations. -- $549 without suppressor ------ Winchester Model 70 SA .223 Rem. Heavy Varmint 20” barrel, Leupold Vari-X III 4.5-14x42 scope, Harris bi-pod and fitted for SWR suppressor (not included) I bought this rifle for accurate longer range .223 shooting & have put maybe 8 (eight) rds. through it. $999 without suppressor ---- FN Herstal Special Police rifle .308 Win. 20” heavy barrel, 10x42 unnamed scope, Harris bi-pod fitted for SWR suppressor (not included). I use rifle for police demonstrations. $1825 without suppressor
  7. Very rare to find WWI Colt BAR M1918 extractor. 9.9 times out of 10 these extractors are WWII or post war NES or Royal Typewriter. This one is an original Colt with the C and arrow. It's in excellent like new condition. Correct your Colt BAR up with this one. It's not cheap but you won't find another one anytime soon. Well worth it for your original Colt BAR. $150 shipped.
  8. WTS Winchester 1918 BAR Mint $45,000

    Winchester 1918 BAR in 99%++ condition from the Winchester museum. Firearm is immaculate inside and out. This is as close to an NIB 1918 BAR you will find. It appears to be unfired. This is a collector grade BAR and you will not find a nicer one than this. Transferable firearm form 3. All NFA rules apply! I have additional photos at http://photos.longrangeind.com/GalleryThumbnails.aspx?gallery=4774451/ Any questions please email. $45,000 +shipping/Ins. Regards, Mike Piazza Long Range Industries 602.799.4053 mikep@longrangeind.com
  9. Winchester X123MT4 12ga #4 shot 3" 10rd [D1R5-AB11] Price: $9.99 Gauge: 12 Shell Length: 3 Velocity: 1210 Shot Size: 4 Dram: Oz. Shot: 1 7/8 Rounds Per Box: 10 PLACE BIRTHDATE IN COMMENTS WHEN ORDERING http://www.copesdistributing.com/images/x123mt4-lg.jpg $9.95 Flat Rate Shipping for as many items as you would like to order. This includes firearms, ammo, and all other products. TO ORDER: click the direct link: $9.95 Flat Rate Shipping for as many items as you would like to order. This includes firearms, ammo, and all other products. TO ORDER: click the direct link:http://www.copesdistributing.com/winchester-x123mt4-12ga-shot-10rd-p-6975.html or call 866-523-2673 M-Sat 9A-5P E By purchasing from Copes Distributing either online or over the phone, you affirm that you: Are a U.S. citizen Are 21 years of age or older Have never been convicted of a felony or crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year Have never been adjudicated as mentally defective or been committed to a mental institution Have never been a fugitive from justice, an unlawful user of any controlled substance Have never been dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces Have never renounced his or her US citizenship Have never been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. Are not currently subject to a court order that restrains you from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child. Reviews