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Not just because it's mine, but if anyone is considering this, realize this is basically a JP LRP07.   I just priced one out at JP and their cost is $3886 without the Geissele trigger.

I actually posted this for $2800 on SnipersHide and expect it to sell.  If you are on the fence, you may want to look it up yourself.  It is expensive, but pretty cheap for what it is.  I would rather sell to someone locally to be honest rather than make a few extra bucks.

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