Arsenal, Inc SLR-105....

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  1. B27

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    Has about 300 rounds fired.
    I'm asking $700, firm. Including 500 rds Wolf.
    Sound about right?
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    BNIB is $545 after a quick look
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    GACK! The darn thing cost $800 new back in 05.

    And none of the new Arsenal Inc. rifles sell for much less than eight.

    oh well, If I can't get my price Ill just keep it and be glad to have another Bulgarian AK-74 around when the zombies come. ;)
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    Jack-
    Great info but that ain't my rifle. :)

    My SLR-105 is either pre or post ban, flash suppressor, bayonet lug and uses standard milspec mags.

    Mines pretty much a twin of this-

    http://www.arsenalinc.com/usa/SLR-106FR-SERIES.html

    -but no rail and in 5.45.
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    The Wolf ammo brings the price DOWN not UP!
    They are dirty cheep and crap!
    Mike
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    Sorry, but that has not been my experience with Wolf 7.62x39 and 5.45.
    In guns designed to accept steel case ammo I've had very satisfactory results with it.:)
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    sorry , i know a little about them as the designer is a Aussie moved to the US but i'm so far behind the times here

    he helped design this one here

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    Was that an AR-180 at some point?
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    yeah i got one ( in the US as well as some AR 10's ) ;)

    great battle rifle eh
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    I SO want an AR-180! I can't believe I passed up so many of them for AR's. :(
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    heres the Aussie Bull pup version you might not have seen ( though there are way more in the US than here )

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    its all stamped or cast parts in a plastic wrap ( same as aus styer material )

    i'm told he designed it for a $200,000 tooling cost as a target

    simplified the SAR-80 design took some of the T2 bullpup and put it all together
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    I believe that's an original Bushmaster,Jack....I had one in the 90s,liked it as far as handling went but the 6" or so of trigger linkage made it difficult to smooth out.Traded for a 59 Win70 in .300H&H...Even.
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    Sold for asking plus 1K ammo.
    Both myself and the buyer got a good deal.
    And that's the only way I like to sell guns. :)
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