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16” Mid length AR- Perfect for 3 gun?

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I’ve put about 300 rounds through this gun in its life, most of which were as a “SPR” type role in which I shot it at 500 yards. I decided about six months back to change the optic out and turn it into a “3 gun AR”, it just never happened.
It was built by me and contains the following:
-Recoil Gunworks marked Faxon mid length socom profile barrel
-Syrac Ordinance clamp on adjustable gas block.
-15” UTG keymod rail
-Precision Armament M4-72 muzzle brake
-PSA upper
-Anderson lower with PSA parts kit and ALG ACT
-KNS anti rotation pins
-MFT mil spec minimalist stock
Only flaw is a skinned place on the rail I touched up pictured below.
Asking $650 picked up in Columbia with signed bill of sale. Essentially less than what I have in the upper alone.
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