Posted: 6/20/2021 7:11:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/23/2021 3:53:35 PM EDT by lugnutwrench]
First unconditional "I will take it" gets it. Please note the "I will take it" post seals the deal. Follow-up the "I will take it" post with an email with your shipping address. I will accept either Paypal or USPS Money Orders. If using Paypal, either add 4.5% to cover PayPal fees or use "Send to someone you trust" to avoid them. (Don't mention anything firearms-related.) I'm fine with either, as long as it nets out to the appropriate amount.Unless otherwise stated, prices do not included shipping. I will only ship this to an FFL in good standing. I will entertain reasonable offers, but please don't low-ball me.Note: These may be offered for sale on multiple sites, so where there is contention over a particular item, I will honor the first-in-time "I will take it" post across all sites.
I am on the fence about selling this one, but if someone wants to own a little piece of history, I'm willing to part with it. It's in great shape. Condition is near-new. (I hardly ever shot the poor thing. It probably has fewer than 2-3 mags through it.) The trigger is better than many of my ARs, which is an amazing feat for a bull pup.
The SureFire light is a custom installation that preserves integrity while easily allowing switching modes (IR/white light/off) and even battery changes without removing the hand guard.
All original parts, including the factory muzzle device, packaging, and manuals are included.Make: IWIModel: Tavor SAR TSG16Caliber: 5.56 NATOLocation (city or county): Memphis, TNPrice: $3,195 (firm)Will ship (Y/N): Y
(at buyer's expense)Other info:PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Unless you are going to find me a buyer for everything else listed here, do not ask me to part this out. I'm either going to keep it (in which case, I want all the upgrades and tools along with it), or I'm going to sell it in its entirety. It doesn't make sense for me to start cannibalizing it and then end up haggling over every bit. If you want something here, buy the whole thing, then part out what you don't want. If that doesn't make sense for you, it doesn't make sense for me either. That being said, if you need some wiggle room, I am willing to knock off $100 and reinstall the stock flash hider with a fresh crush washer and keep the Griffin flash comp. I'd also consider knocking off $500 and removing the SureFire and switch from the hand guard (if you wanted to supply your own light setup).