WTS POF AR15, Piston System, Tough Monolithic Rail system, NP3 BCG

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  1. Cigarhead

    Cigarhead Member

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    SOLD Piston Driven POF AR15 , PHOTOS NC SOLD

    Selling to cover surgery cost on my Pit, tore his ACL. This is the entire rifle for sell. I have another listing for just the upper.

    I could not delete or edit or lock my first thread. I can't stand that.
    SO I'm doing this so I can edit and drop it without topping old pricing and bumping a turd ad.

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    Specs for ya. I am looking for cash Only possible trade is A spikes Lower stripped or done, depending on who did what.
    Or and AR pistol upper. Don't want a worn used one> I like to wear my own stuff out >)




    PN#: R415-14-11H-223 (HSR rail, Black anodized)
    PN#: R415-14-11T-223 (Tactical rail, Black anodized))
    BARREL: 14.5 inches Pinned to Legal 16.5
    ACTION: semi-auto, regulated gas piston rifle with 11" M.R.R.™
    CHAMBER: 5.56 x 45 mm NATO (.223 Rem)
    WEIGHT: 7.5 lbs. (empty)
    LENGTH: 32" - 35.25" (ext)

    Upper Receiver:
    POF-USA M.R.R.™ Modular Railed Receiver, billet machined 7075-T6
    aircraft aluminum alloy
    2-piece upper receiver with free floating monolithic top rail
    Oversized heat sink barrel nut
    A3 flattop upper receiver black anodized
    Black anodized charging handle

    Barrel:
    4150 Mil-B-11595 chrome-moly vanadium alloy (machine gun rated)
    "5R” polygonal right handed 1x8 twist hand-lapped button rifled barrels
    from Rock Creek Barrels, Inc.
    70 rockwell case hardened heat treated "5R" polygonal barrels
    are 2 times harder than Mil-Spec & hammer forged barrels
    Corrosion resistant and 10 times thicker and harder than
    Mil-Spec chromed lining
    POF-USA triple port muzzle device
    Chamber: 5.56 x 45 mm NATO (.223 Rem)


    Bolt & Carrier:
    Nickel Teflon plated 8620 integral keyed steel bolt carrier
    (billet machined), heat treated/plated per Mil-Spec
    Roller cam pin NP3™ coated
    Chrome plated bolt, heat treated to Mil-Spec

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    Lower Receiver:
    P-415, Gen III billet machined 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum alloy
    with integral oversized trigger guard
    Ambidextrous bolt release lever machined into the lower receiver
    Tactical integrated trigger system 4.5 lb non-adjustable single stage
    competition trigger group
    MOE Pistol Grip Magpul
    KNS™ anti-walk pins
    NORGON ambidextrous magazine release
    MAGPUL 6-position retractable buttstock with Mil-Spec tube

    Handguards:
    ERGO™ ladder rail covers
    Sling/Bi-pod mount
    POF-USA M.R.R.™ Modular Railed Receiver, free floating
    monolithic top rail, tactical rail system

    Method of Operation:
    Gas piston operated, rotating bolt (short stroke system)
    2-position gas plug for normal (N) or suppressed (S) operating modes
    C.R.O.S.™ (Corrosion Resistant Operating System)
    Nitrate heat treated: barrel, gas block/tube (billet machined), gas plug
    NP3™ coated (billet machined), gas piston chromed (billet machined),
    bolt carrier assembly NP3™ coated (one-piece billet machined),

    POF-USA Specifications:
    All raw materials are manufactured from U.S. steel mills.
    All heat treats, plating/coatings, are completed by U.S. owned
    and operated manufacturers.
    All accessory and component parts on weapons systems are from U.S. owned and operated manufacturers.
    All of our weapon systems are 100% pure American made.
    Regulated short stroke gas piston weapons system requires no lube!


    I want to see a valid ID and CCW or pistol permit.
    If you don't have one You can meet me at a local Pawn shop, for $20 they will call you in, and we can complete a bill of sale there between me and you.

    SOLD
    Shipping to lower 48 is a little high due to 2 grand worth of insurance.
    I will ship it but you will pay for it. about $50 in the 2 quotes I've given so far without my ffl f$20 fee, which I'll cover even though I don't want to ship unless it's a must
    So $50 shipped the rifle box and mag
     
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  2. Lawmaker

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    How many rounds shot? Any issues?
     
  3. Cigarhead

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    No rounds. Haven't put a mag IN it yet.




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  4. Cigarhead

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    Sold sold sold
     
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