Scarce Pre-ban Bushmaster M17s 5.56 Nato Bullpup Rifle

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Produced from 1992 through 2005. This is a gas operated semi-automatic rifle in the bullpup design. The receiver is marked for the . 223-5. 56mm cartridge and fitted with a 21 1/2 inch barrel. The top of the carrying handle is fitted with a rail for your choice of optic or can be removed and the factory sights can be used. The upper receiver is a semi-square aluminum extrusion, that holds the barrel and barrel block with five port holes in the top of the front end and 2 ports in the front of the body. The trigger guard, checkered pistol grip and the remainder of the lower portion of the gun is of a synthetic composition. Similar in concept to the current monolithic block receivers used today. This is a scarce and highly desirable rifle. Comes with one factory 30 round magazine and black carrying case.

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Scarce Pre-ban Bushmaster M17s 5.56 Nato Bullpup Rifle
Scarce Pre-ban Bushmaster M17s 5.56 Nato Bullpup Rifle
Lot number: 10
Seller: Albert Peterson Guns
Event: Collectible and modern Firearms and Scopes
Ends: Saturday, February 15 | 9:09 PM  Eastern

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