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9977 No. 9977 ID: 3b5587
Any of you fine folks have an interest in random ass m249 parts?

- Magazine adapters - $50
- Complete Bipods (old style) $80 (Go check out what numrich wants for a single fucking leg, prepare for lawls)
- New in wrapper handguard and buttstock (No hardware in buttstock) $75
- Used fixed buttstocks with buffer and shoulder thing that goes up. $50
- Woodland nutsacks (100rd soft magazine) $20
- M60 Slings galore, Padded "assault" sling, old kind without the hook snaps. $6
- Handful of BFA and a ton of M16 ones. $5

Prices really negotiable, between jewbroker and numrich i'm not sure how they even sell. Trades also welcome if you got some goods.
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>> No. 9978 ID: 3b5587
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9978
>>9977
I hear this bracket works on those belt fed AR uppers also. If you wanted to get a full can of the stuff and mount it.
>> No. 9979 ID: 3b5587
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9979
Suppose an email would help.

I have pictures of everything, if you need one just say the word. Just don't want to image dump.
>> No. 9981 ID: c3e6b2
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9981
:( if I have one of these civilian version of M249 I'd buy the shit out of these.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2015/04/10/fnh-usa-release-semi-auto-version-m249-public/

> Woodland nutsacks (100rd soft magazine) $20
The round kind (pic) or the rectangular kind?
>> No. 9982 ID: 924827
>>9981
Rectangular.

I tempted to wait for the semi versions to come out, as u imagine demand will rise even if new made parts cut into usgi surplus ones.
>> No. 9984 ID: df12a0
>I have pictures of everything, if you need one just say the word. Just don't want to image dump.

We actually encourage image dumps of whatever people want to sell, when it comes to firearms and firearms accessories.
>> No. 9989 ID: 8a98b2
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9989
Do you have any links and starter tabs?
>> No. 9990 ID: a70fce
>>9989
I don't have links, but each of the nut sacks have a tab to assist (I assume its the same) in loading from the magazine.

They're all sealed in factory wrap or I'd take a picture of it.

I'll post all my pictures after work today
>> No. 9991 ID: 6564e1
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9991
>>9981

Heres the picture of the nutsack, They're all wrapped, sold the two opened on on gunbroker.
>> No. 9992 ID: 6564e1
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9992
Saw butts. they all have wear, used very vigarously. the loops that hold the sling are all in tack, buffer tube works as far as i can tell, shoulder support goes up.
>> No. 9993 ID: 6564e1
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9993
All save this one handguard are wrapped, neat little spring set up inside to hold the cleaning kit.
>> No. 9994 ID: 6564e1
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>>9993
>> No. 9995 ID: 6564e1
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9995
Bipods. old style before they got the high speed tactical stuff.
>> No. 9996 ID: 6564e1
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>>9995
Surprisingly little wear on them. They might actuallty fit over a fat mossberg tube nut, i should try.
>> No. 9997 ID: 6564e1
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9997
ANd of course the common BFA. I ddidn't count how many have T bars over the keyrings, I doubt its even a significant difference.

I think i have two of the round ones specifically for the saw, I question its snowflake status, as i've seen the work fine with the square ones.

Also they are all red, none of that yellow nonsense.
>> No. 10183 ID: 7aa281
Do you still have these M249 magazine adapters? What would your price be for 2 including shipping? Thank you, Gerry
>> No. 10191 ID: d67944
>>10183
Sure do. $100 for two shipped.
>> No. 10798 ID: 2c8a40
Do you still have this


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