Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by bass pro, Jul 23, 2013.
Anyway, if it looks new there is a pretty good chance it is. One thing to look at is the brass deflector. I've never tried to clean the brass off mine so I don't know if it's possible to get all the brass streaks off, but that's one thing to look at.
I'm sure others will chime in with other info but I hope that helps.
I have a 6920 and it's been great so far.
http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/firearms/rifles/palmetto-state-armory.html , wait about a week or two for them to run a sale on an AR/Aimpoint combo for usually right at $1000. Rifle will be just as good as the Colt, brand new and come with a top class optic.
Then it would be coming from a dealer and you'll be paying tax and filling out a 4473. If not, it is used. It can be "like new in box," but that is still used, technically.
Colt's SN look-up rarely works, ever. Doesn't mean anything.
yes, manuals are updated every few years or a decade since the guns rarely change. That could be the current manual, copyrighted then.
An atm machine?
Also no obvious mechanical problems, damage, lots of ammo and maybe fresh targets. Or paper plates. I like paper plates, I draw things on them.
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