Firearms M40A1 on return stock with USO 10x

Molsonmn

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Hi,
Im selling my GA Precision M40A1 built to exact USMC specs by USMC armorer Eric Reid using correct vendors. 25" Schneider 1/12 twist barrel, remington action, McMillian USMC return woodland camo stock-with certificate from McMillan as to its authenticity. All metal on the stock is original to the M40A1. The scope is a US Optics MST 100 marked USMC Sniper, correct Unertl rings and base. The gun has been a safe queen for me. I purchased it off an older hide member who did not shoot it. Contact me for more info and pictures. [email protected]. Serious inquires please. $6,500.00 plus shipping Thx Matt. *****Sold pending funds.*****
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Molsonmn

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Feb 10, 2018
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Lakeville, MN
Bump. I have responded to numerous inquiries. If you are very interested we can speak on the phone. This gun is in great/new condition. Reason sellling: Getting older, thinning the herd, lack of time. If anyone can tell me how to upload pics that would be great. Thx.
 

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    Bump. I have responded to numerous inquiries. If you are very interested we can speak on the phone. This gun is in great/new condition. Reason sellling: Getting older, thinning the herd, lack of time. If anyone can tell me how to upload pics that would be great. Thx.
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    Bump. I have responded to numerous inquiries. If you are very interested we can speak on the phone. This gun is in great/new condition. Reason sellling: Getting older, thinning the herd, lack of time. If anyone can tell me how to upload pics that would be great. Thx.

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