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About Greyman

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  • Birthday 09/23/1990

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    Shooting, milsurp rifles, militaria

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  1. Vortex viper 6-24x50 PST MOA FFP -£450 NLAW mini Trijicon ACOG - £250 Genuine grip pod systems bipod/grips flat dark earth - £20 each Bag of 20 magpuls - £20 Bushnell banner scope 3-9 - £30 Harris bipod ultralight 9”-13” 556 magazines metal HK x 4 - £7.50 each Magpul moe AR handguard - £20
  2. I have a few of these genuine Grip pod systems bipods/grips. The bipod releases out the bottom when button is pressed. £40 each
  3. Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 in MOA, the scope is FFP and has illuminated reticle. The reticle is EBR 1. £450 Selling due to upgrade Wont allow me to upload photos, message me for photos.
  4. I'll take the backup sights and handstop please
  5. Good condition harris bipod, it is a swivel BRM model with notched 6-9" legs £65
  6. I have a Trijicon mini Acog, it is a military surplus scope from an NLAW, that has a picatinny rail attachment, I have had it zeroed and works well, the reticle glows as it should. £250 would be potentially interested in swaps for a handguard for an AR around 13”, would also be interested in a part ex with a Lantac dragon brake.
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    Accuracy International L96

    Just before the UK government banned the sales of ex mil firearms into the civilian market roughly 10-15 were released, and some of those went to the US and won't be exported etc due to it being a military rifle. Theres thought to be around 25-30 ex police ones in private hands. You may also see ones that were converted from target equivalents into mil spec now. They are highly valuable and collectible, the value ultimately lies with the rifles history, if it has the military prefix then the value is likely in the tens of thousands.
  8. Greyman

    Anyone shooting British sniper rifles??

    L42a1 in a green fibreglass case

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