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826 No. 826 ID: 42ca4f Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
In an effort to reduce the amount of stickies in this board, we're merging the rules sticky and the Buyer/Seller feedback thread.

Rules for /trade/:
In addition to the Global rules, one further rule is added. Do not comment on the price of an item unless you are interested in buying it. If you think the asking price on an item is unfair, it is none of your business unless you are the buyer or seller. Bidding, should the seller ask for bids, is allowed. Caveat Emptor.

Buyer/Seller Feedback:
Please post any and all buyer/seller feedback you have in this thread. You can find the first feedback thread here:
http://operatorchan.org/arch/res/641.html
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>> No. 10817 ID: 9ae5bb
+1 for tracertong. 6/5 breddy gud!1
>> No. 10818 ID: a28495
+1 hoolahoop AAAAAAAAA+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ would buy moar stuff to go innawoods with


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10846 No. 10846 ID: 01bd99 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Anyone interested in some nickel parts for a P226? Bought them a couple years back. They fit in my E2 P226 and W.German P226. They will all fit in a P226, some will fit in a P229/220. I no longer have any P series sigs, so I don't need it. You'll get everything seen here: Short Trigger, Hammer, Decocking Lever, Take Down Lever, Mag Catch Lever, Mag Release and 4 Grip Screws. Cost somewhere around $220+ new, I'd like to see $130
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Pic of when they were in my P226


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10823 No. 10823 ID: 2ded50 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Trying to do some spring cleaning, figured i'd throw some stuff up to see if anyone is interested. Lemme know if you'd like any more details.

First up we've got a Brit plate carrier. No soft armor inserts, no SAPI plates. Pretty decent condition, no tears or anything, will be throwing in some misc. pouches and what not. 70 dollars takes her.
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>> No. 10825 ID: 2ded50
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And here we have some load bearing equipment. I actually picked this up from someone here, however it's sat in the truck of a vehicle or in my closet since i've got it so it's time to pass it on to the next lucky guy or gal.

Size is medium but fully adjustable to your heart's content. Looking for 40 bucks.
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A picture of the back.
>> No. 10829 ID: 2ded50
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Here's a SOG knife that served me well overseas. Still in great condition. Blade edge could probably use a touch up. MOLLE sheath and sharpening stone included.
>> No. 10830 ID: 2ded50
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Asking 60 dollars.
>> No. 10845 ID: 8e22d9
Knife is SOLD.


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10542 No. 10542 ID: bd9939 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So with some digging it looks like the old deals thread is looking a little sad with no surviving pictures, so I thought maybe it's time for a new one unless someone objects. I know I was able to get some awesomesauce bananas shit through the old one.

For starters, Primary Arms has all things Geissele for 25% off through the 4th. All I can say is a $123.75 G2S is a lot easier to stomach than a $220 balls deep SSA. Totes worth it, even bought a second one for waifu's rifle.

http://www.primaryarms.com/
>> No. 10839 ID: 44de19
http://www.cabelas.com/product/TRIJICON-RMR-ADJUSTABLE-LED-SIGHT/2047219.uts?searchPath=%2Fbrowse.cmd%3FcategoryId%3D734095080%26CQ_search%3Drmr

Cabella's has Trijicon RMR LEDs for sale at $350 right now. Use promo code 7DADSDAY for free shipping.

Out of stoc right now but they're taking back orders. Clearing out the Gen 1s in favor of the recently leaked Gen 2s, I'd guess.
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so kind of related but not an actual deal. there's an app that lets you see some deals going on online it's called gundelio dunno if you guys heard of it but it's not too bad. It also lists events and other things.


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10840 No. 10840 ID: 54180e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So I purchased a firearm recently and guy threw in the holster he had for it. The holster is a bravo concealment OWB set up for a M&P45 + a surefire X300. I noticed that there are more than 1 model of the X300 (X300, ultra, and ultra B) and other mount configurations. I own a TLR1 and TLR3 but never even seen a X300 in person. Does it matter which model I get, will they all fit the holster?
Also: anyone have a used X300 they want to sell?
>> No. 10841 ID: 689947
they will all fit different holsters iirc. the x300u has a larger bezel, and the x300-b has a different mounting system, which necessitates the need for yet another holster design for it. both ultras are physically larger, and have more than twice the lumen and candela output than the original x300.


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10838 No. 10838 ID: 4ea998 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
anyone got anything for an AR10 build? just shopping around all I have is the lower and stock w/ buffer tube. let me know what you got and how much you want. pic unrelated but it's my current background since I left my computer open..... assholes.


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10835 No. 10835 ID: fbac4b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Rare find.
These are 870 AF bayonet adapters. Similar to the Mk1, but with a bead sight instead of a blade.
$400 each shipped.
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>> No. 10837 ID: 95ff7b
Dropping the price to $300 before these go on gunbroker.
>> No. 10842 ID: 95ff7b
sold


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10834 No. 10834 ID: e9af5c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Some stuff for trade or sale.

KAC M4 RAS $200
KAC M5 RAS $150
New Aimpoint Comp M4s $550

I'm looking for a quality plate carrier (no plates) and a Triji RMR with MOA dot size 4 or under.

Pic unrelated, rest In peace


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10820 No. 10820 ID: 4ee597 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So, a little while back I ordered a couple SiCo brakes for my ARs in anticipation of getting a can. I've been working up to that but haven't gotten around to it and recently saw that SiCo is transitioning towards the ASR over the Trifecta MAAD system. I'm not so HSLD that I really need a one handed on/off system and from what I am seeing, the ASR system is just going to meet my needs better.

So! I have two Saker Trifecta brakes that are brand spankin new in the box. Only took them out to verify the contents and take pictures for this thread. Could be good for someone who already has some SiCo MAAD cans or something.

Msrp is $92 which is what I paid plus shipping since they were out of stock everywhere but from SiCo at the time.
Common pricing I am seeing online is about $79 + shipping when they're in stock.

I'm asking $75 shipped each for mine, or $140 shipped for both. I'll also trade straight across for a couple ASR brakes (not flash hiders). I'll entertain offers but please don't try to jew me too hard. These are brand new never installed and come with the shims and rocksett as from manufacturer.
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>> No. 10822 ID: 689947
>>10821
seconding and confirming this. they even replaced the trifecta with the saker i still have on a pending form 4, and the mount for it, with the ASR stuff for free. they replaced another saker brake i had lying around, too.
>> No. 10827 ID: 6ca38e
>>10821
>>10822
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll look into this.

Hopefully they'll swap me for some 7.62 ASRs in place of the 5.56s Trifectas I have. I went ahead and ordered the 5.56 brakes I want because I have a 2-gun coming up before long and I wanted to make sure I'm prepped for that without waiting around to see if these move.

I'll leave these up for sale until I get an answer from SiCo, but no longer looking for trades.
>> No. 10828 ID: 6ca38e
>>10827
Dropped them an email this morning and heard back less than an hour later. They'll swap the Trifectas for the 7.62 ASR brakes for me. Tits.

Thanks again for the suggestion. Brakes are no longer for sale!
>> No. 10831 ID: 80be1a
I think SilencerCo just earned my business
>> No. 10833 ID: 83c094
>>10831
Mine also. Awesome CS.


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10695 No. 10695 ID: 044fd0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Greetings from your friendly neighborhood locksmith.
I have 18 sets of bump keys for sale. Price is $25 which includes shipping.
The keys are:
Schlage 5 pin
Schlage 6 pin
Kwikset 5 pin
Master Lock 4 pin
American Lock 5 pin.
This is a basic set that covers the most common locks in the US.

So what are bump keys? they're standard keys that have been cut to the lowest depth setting and are used to quickly open locks by inserting the key, backing it out one space and striking it with a screwdriver handle or bump hammer. This imparts kinetic energy through the key and the bottom pins to the top pins, sending them past the shear line and opening the lock. The physics involved are a little more complicated than that but that's the short of it. A rubber washer can be added to the key to allow for more rapid bumping.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joXqlCgEOuI

Note: Buyer is responsible for ensuring it's legal to purchase/own bump keys in their area. Paypal is prefered payment method.
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>> No. 10797 ID: 044fd0
>>10795

I've never seen a great need for them either, but it's not really for security so much as simply restricting movement. For security you're better off barricading the door, a couple earth/sand-filled 55 gallon drums are the way to go. You can also anchor them in place with I-beam or railroad track bollards if you're concerned somebody might try to drag them away with machinery. But at that point you might be better off just bricking up the doorway entirely.
>> No. 10810 ID: a28495
Email sent
>> No. 10816 ID: 044fd0
>>10810

Sorry mate, I didn't get your email, might have gotten spammed. Try again and I'll keep an eye for it.
>> No. 10819 ID: a28495
>>10816

Email resent. Sender's e-mail is Codename46@gmail.com
>> No. 10832 ID: 209477
+1 Ulfhunden. Great set!


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