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    300 blackout standard length conversion kit FS

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    300 blackout conversion kit for the XCR, standard length. Picked up from Nate more than a couple of months ago.

    No more than 20 rounds put through her.

    I'm just a bolt kind of guy when it comes to hunting, added that my boys love the bolt rifle over the XCR.

    $480 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig View Post
    300 blackout conversion kit for the XCR, standard length. Picked up from Nate more than a couple of months ago.

    No more than 20 rounds put through her.

    I'm just a bolt kind of guy when it comes to hunting, added that my boys love the bolt rifle over the XCR.

    $480 shipped.

    I have good feedback here and am a man of my word.
    Might want to add the bbl length...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    Might want to add the bbl length...
    Guess that would help

    16" - 1/7 twist (looks to be light profile, believe the only way they come).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig View Post
    Guess that would help

    16" - 1/7 twist (looks to be light profile, believe the only way they come).
    Bump....GLWS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig View Post
    Guess that would help

    16" - 1/7 twist (looks to be light profile, believe the only way they come).
    Hmmmm.....they're finally available up here in the non-restricted/Canada legal 18.6" bbl.,albeit in limited supply at this point.
    Was seriously considering getting one to go with my L(5.56).....but I already have more and better deer/elk/moose rifles then I can realistically use or need as it is......not the worst problem to have I spose ?
    I "might" however get the x39 conversion,if only for the dirt cheap plinking ammo?
    On the other hand,I don't do a whole helluva lot of plinking,so feeding it 5.56 doesn't exactly break the bank,and if I really want a 7.62x39,SKS rifles are a dime a dozen in Canada,as in <$200 at many retailers,or roughly 1/3 the cost of an x39 XCR conversion here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusader View Post
    Hmmmm.....they're finally available up here in the non-restricted/Canada legal 18.6" bbl.,albeit in limited supply at this point.
    Was seriously considering getting one to go with my L(5.56).....but I already have more and better deer/elk/moose rifles then I can realistically use or need as it is......not the worst problem to have I spose ?
    I "might" however get the x39 conversion,if only for the dirt cheap plinking ammo?
    On the other hand,I don't do a whole helluva lot of plinking,so feeding it 5.56 doesn't exactly break the bank,and if I really want a 7.62x39,SKS rifles are a dime a dozen in Canada,as in <$200 at many retailers,or roughly 1/3 the cost of an x39 XCR conversion here?
    Thanks!
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    BTT

    I'll even throw in a picture of myself with with kit!
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    What kind of picture?

    Pose? HD? Do you take requests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    What kind of picture?

    Pose? HD? Do you take requests?
    All depends how much over the asking price you want to pay

    Heck, I'll even include my dogs!
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    Price reduction down to $435. Promise no pictures.
    Last edited by Sig; 09-08-2015 at 05:26 PM.
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