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Old 12-10-2010, 02:53 PM   #1
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Default Inherited an AR, would like to know it's value.

Maybe value isn't the right word, how about 'worth'?

Are there any experts here that can give me a rough estimate?

These are the only photos I have on hand.

ar.jpg   ar2.jpg   ar3.jpg  
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Old 12-10-2010, 02:55 PM   #2
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Please try to give us specifics on what brand names you can see on the rifle, on the receiver, on the optic, and anywhere else you can find something. And anything else you might know about it.

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And, oh yeah......bring on da noise and bring on da funk.

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Please try to give us specifics on what brand names you can see on the rifle, on the receiver, on the optic, and anywhere else you can find something. And anything else you might know about it.
I will do so as soon as I get home (I'm at work). Thanks.
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It's worth $225.00

Where should I send the check.

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It's worth $225.00

Where should I send the check.
Nice try.
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That wasn't very nice Jo. Not very nice at all. I wanted to be the first to low ball him.

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Looks like a DPMS to me. Either BSA red/green scope or a Target Sports scope. UTG rail system and a bipod.

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Looks like a DPMS sporter w/ some sort of non free floated rail. The grip looks very similar to a KAC. Look forward to getting more info on it.

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Looks like a DPMS to me. Either BSA red/green scope or a Target Sports scope. UTG rail system and a bipod.
I bet youre right.
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