Rapid Fire belt-fed Semi-auto 1919 in .308
- $1500 + S&H or FTF in Virginia
* 1919 with hard case and manual as delivered from Rapid Fire (paid $1,500 new +S&H)
* Custom tripod for 1919 - folds up for carry, adjustable length and angle legs allowing height to be customized on any surface, has ammo can mounted, (paid $250 new)
* anti-aircraft spade grips - these really make semi-auto much faster (paid $150 new) - I'm including original pistol grip and buffers as well.
* 1,000 preban Israeli .308 links with original boxes (paid $100 new)
* roughly 850 live .308 rounds in wooden crate (paid ~$150/1K)
Spade grips with nice wooden handles:
Tripod has horizontal and vertical fine adjustment knobs (with range limiters) or can be moved by handCAI's H&K G3 clone in .308
- $550 + S&H or FTF in Virginia
CAI made a special run of "collector's grade" G3 clones. This one is in great shape and is a great shooter. I believe I paid $650 + S&H for the G3 a few years ago. I'm asking $500 + S&H to your dealer or FTF in Virginia. Bore is great, the gun looks just like it did the day I got it. I would say I've fired ~200 rounds through it myself and maintained it well. I'll throw in 2 mags with mag pouch as well. Since the receiver is American Manufactured and the requisite US parts were used, this firearm can legally have collapsible stock and flash suppressor installed after 9/14.
Slim profile handguards and pinned-on muzzle brake
Finish & fit are very good
Was hoping pictures would turn out better, but finish looks really good. It's never had a claw mount installed.
E-mail or IM with questions. I will be attending Black Rifle Day in Virginia in a few weeks if you'd like to see them in person. Thanks for looking!