I have a Chuck Yeager commemorative 1911, with a compensator, 2 mags, and a serpa holster. Has some normal wear on it, it is number #143 of the thousand made. It has 24k gold inlay an a nickel plating. It has been fired, and no problems when doing so. It truly is awesome. I'm mainly just trying to see what offers I get, but that's not to say I don't have preferences or play favorites. Trades always an option.
Tell me what you got. I'm definitely interested in my goal to acquire two Five Sevens, also looking at Scar 17, ACR, and PS 90s. But like i said, its a big world and i wanna know what's out there.
My sight is less than a month old and I have a range weapon I would like to put a better longe range scope on. It has the owners manual as well as a set of rechargeable batteries and changer I'll throw in along with everything it came with. YouTube this sight to get a feel and appreciation for it, along with the ability to record like a camera, but here's the website description along with the link. Oh and I am open to trades and partials.
Digital riflescope Digisight N550 is a perfect combination of the latest developments in the field of optics and electronics by Pulsar. Along with good optical characteristics (fast aperture focusable lens 50 mm ƒ1.0, 67 mm eye relief) the riflescope features a wide range of options which allow it to be tuned to one's personal needs. The riflescope uses a highly sensitive CCD array (with a range of operation illumination 0.00003 - 30000 lux), image is transmitted to a VGA display, 640x480 pixels. The Digisight N550 also has Sum Light™ function which automatically increases CCD array sensitivity under low light conditions. The screen displays information on operation status (running time, low battery indicator, camera operation mode). One of the remarkable features is the possibility of zeroing the riflescope not only in the traditional manner but also using a new “one shot zeroing” method. This makes the zeroing procedure significantly faste