Anyone wanna buy some Iraqi AR-15s?

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These are used DPMS AR-15 A/3 Carbine for sale over at Centerfire Systems. Apparently, they come from a dusty place. Rumor has it they’ve been re-imported from Iraq and were used by contractors.

Some of them were used harder than others. They have the following caveats and specifications:

THESE RIFLES MAY HAVE MINOR ISSUES:

  • FRONT SITE POST COULD BE BROKEN
  • EJECTION PORT DOOR COULD BE BROKEN
  • BUTTSTOCK SLING SWIVEL COULD BE MISSING

Specifications:

  • Cal. .223/5.56mm
  • Model A-15
  • Used Condition
  • 1-9 Twist
  • 6-Position CAR Stock
  • Bayonet Lug
  • 1/2-inch Birdcage Flash Hider
  • Magazine Not Included (accepts all standard AR magazines and drums)
  • Want to take a chance and get one for yourself? They’re priced alright at $449.

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