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  • Legality: Not legal in California. Make sure it's legal in your State
  • Non-exclusive listing. Also for sale locally.
  • Round count: ~1400
  • Shipped: FFL to FFL Next Day Air
  • Payment: USPS money orders, checks (from members in good standing) PayPal F&F accepted. Funds have to clear before shipping.
  • No trades
  • PM me if interested
  • Thanks for looking
I believe this to to be a solid, reliable 9mm rail gun. It is 98% original - no options, no customization. The only non-OEM parts are two required to make the gun function to spec - EGW firing pin stop and Wilson Combat Bulletproof extractor. Purchased new from LGS in July of 2017, the gun hadn't seen the range since Feb. 2018.

Last Sat and Mon I put 300 rounds through it to validate the fps/extractor replacement. I am very happy with the test results:
  • 0 - the number of extraction/ejection problems
  • 0 - the number of bent/damaged spent cases
  • 300 - the number of error-free rounds fired
  • Ejection - Each and every round ejected between 3:30 and 5 o'clock, from 4' to 7' away depending on ammo.
  • Accuracy - At one point I managed to put 9 consecutive rounds into a 2" circle from 10 yards, freehand.

Obligatory beauty shots in this message. Proof/demo pics in second message. Gun's in good shape and has demonstrated it will reliably do what it is supposed to do. Let me know if you have questions.










What you get in the deal: gun, lock, 3 Springfield magazines, extra sight fiber and hex wrench, manual, some market-y stuff.

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Some parts pics from the cleanup before taking pictures.



Here's a couple of endoscope shots from inside the barrel and chamber:


Next is some shooting/target stuff. Let me set a couple of expectations. I am not Mr Super Shooter. I'm ok at moderate distance. Not great, but oik. I don't do the ransom rest or bench rest thing. I just go shoot the gun at 5 or 7 or 10 or 15 yards and get what I get.

This pic is from Saturday, testing extraction/ejection to be sure there wasn't any crap going on. First 50 rounds of old Freedom Munitions 124g ball ammo. What I was looking for was nice, round, undamaged cases landing over my right shoulder. That's what I got.

Second pic from Saturday: 50 rounds of Speer Lawman 124g ball ammo. Same result - nice, round, undamaged cases.

I forgot my tarp (to catch the cases) on Saturday, but it was getting dark, windy and cold so I decided to try again on Monday.

Here's 100 rounds of the same Freedom 124g ball shot from 7 yards. You can see the pistol is on the ground where it was actually located, and all the rounds are on the tarp. I was shooting 50 rounds per 8.5"x11" sheet, one mag (9 rounds, except the last mag) into each 2" circle.

Here's 50 rounds of Speer Lawman 124g I shot from 10 yards. Again, the gun is where it actually was as I was shooting, the rounds are where they landed. The Speer threw the cases quite a bit farther than the Freedom.

I collected all 300 pieces of brass from the two days of testing and it all looked just like the pictures above - nice and round and dent-free.

Here's a shot of the target board. If you look at the middle sheet, middle row, left side you'll see my third magazine at 10 yds. I took my time and got all 9 shots into the 2" circle. Now I didn't do that every time. I am not capable of that. But taking my time I was able to do. If I can do it, you can do it. But if you can't, it's probably not the gun.

Finally, here's my 15 yard targets, just before I left. I admit I was getting tired and forgot to take the picture before I took the targets down.

Ok, that's it. PM me if interested.
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