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LOOKING ~~~~ For K80 R&I

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kfbagt, Jun 24, 2011.

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    I am considering upgrading to a new(er) K80 receiver. I'd like to know what the optioins are out there. I know my price range and want to see what might fit into my budget.

    Looking for pull/pull triggers in a standard grade. Low mileage, unaltered is a must.

    Please let me know if you have anything that you might want to sell. I have a 3 digit k32 receiver to sell or trade if interested but its not required.

    Thanks, Paul Daniels
     
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    Bump, anyone?
     
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    Still looking, paul
     
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    Thanks, I know I can pay to have the releases remover but the action is already $500 more than a comparable one with pull triggers not to mention the $200-$300 it would cost me to have it changed. Anchor steam sold his as well.

    Thanks for the info, still hoping the right one for me will come along.

    Paul
     
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