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2023.06.09 23:42 Boostgod_350 [WTB] Glock 17.5 accessories
Looking for the following accessories for a Glock 17 Gen 5
RM Holosun milled slide 150-200$
3.5lb connector 10-15$
17+ Rd mags $?
Extended mag release 15$
Extended Slide release 15$
Flared magwell 20$
Flexible with prices show me what you’ve got
Comment below then PM, I can pay with Paypal, Venmo, cashapp, or Zelle.
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2023.06.09 23:37 BFMIO 225/45r18 9n OEM rims, Mazda 3 gen 4
I have tried to resurrect an old thread about this but nobody seems to be answering so starting a new one..
I found a good deal on 2019 Mazda 3, but one thing I noticed (and probably will change if I buy it) is that the car seems a bit 'underwheeled' with the stock tires 215/45r18 (OEM black rims).
I see people in some forums and other threads changed to 225/45r18 and staying on the original rims, can anyone post or pm me a pic how it looks like?
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2023.06.09 23:35 ewoksoup Wtt chase bliss, game changer, source audio, earthquake, others, wttf hx stomp
Ello, haves : gen loss mk 2, mood mk 1, sa nemesis, sa true spring w/aux switch, gamechanger light pedal, obne visitor, Fairfield about 900, special cranker, plumes, beat up meteor, beat up grand orbiter v1, jhs 3 series chorus, ehx 720 looper, akai ewi USB wind controller, guitars and stuff if you're in Detroit area. Looking for hx stomp, offers.
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2023.06.09 23:35 Acrylic_ What would cause an NVMe M.2 SSD to die after 5 months? How can I optimize SSD lifespan?
At this point I've done enough troubleshooting and concluded my NVMe M.2 SSD is dead. I can get a new one in a few days and it'll all be fine, but I'm trying to figure out if the way I used this SSD affected it in some capacity to have such a short life, or if I just lost the silicon lottery.
The SSD was a WD Blue 2TB containing about 1.5TB of video games. I only game 1-2 hours per day. It was a gen 3 and had no heatsink, but being at the front of a Fractal Torrent case I figured it was getting enough airflow.
So is there anything I should do differently to optimize the life of my next one? Use a heatsink perhaps? Any and all help is appreciated
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2023.06.09 23:31 michaelloewinsohn QC - Custom Order from Dr. Time - BVF Cartier Panthere 22mm
2023.06.09 23:30 markohf12 Am I the only one who think of this conspiracy?
Now I am not a professional at FB Ads, but I've been running Facebook Ads as a side income/hobby for the past 5+ years with some $10K per month budgets. Nothing major, just some small B2C related campaigns for Ecom and Lead Gen.
I've noticed that, when a campaign runs at a stable $25 cost per lead (which is a good price) and the campaign runs for say $100/day, I usually get performance like this:
Day 1: 4 Leads
Day 2: 3 Leads
Day 3: 1 Lead
Day 4: 8 Leads
Day 5: 0 Leads
Day 6: 3 Leads
Day 7: 1 Lead
Day 8: 10 Leads
Day 9: 2 Lead
Day 10: 8 Leads
Day 11: 0 Leads
This is still $25 cost per lead. But whenever I get a big spike in leads, like day 8 or day 4, usually the next day I get terrible performance, as if Facebook sends bad traffic on purpose, not to get me a cheaper cost per lead, so I can spend more, but keeping in the sweet spot so I can scale and well spend more.
And also one time, my site lead infrastructure crashed, so people couldn't submit, this went on for days not having any leads (due to a fault of my own), when it was fixed, the same time I had a conversion rate I never had before, as if FB sent their best traffic on purpose so I don't shut down the campaign, then the conversion rate dropped to what was average before. .
This has always been the case, for every single campaign. Am I the only one thinking this?
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2023.06.09 23:13 AirplaneWindow [WTS] Slyvan Arms gen 3 stock folder, Geissele -ODG Buffer Tube, VLTOR COMPARTMENT BUFFER TUBE, Milspec carbine Buffer spring & h1 weight, Milspec BCG, Reptilia x TAM TQG topo CQB grip, Milspec endplate $5-$110
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2023.06.09 23:12 Mdubz_CG In the shop at 800 miles
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Just dropped my Canyo-rado off at the dealership after 3 weeks and 800 miles. Have a clunk or binding noise coming from (what sounds like) the front left of the truck. Happens mostly on acceleration from a stop, sometimes on hard braking, and rarely over bumps when turning. submitted by Mdubz_CG to chevycolorado [link] [comments]
Hoping it’s just something in the suspension that wasn’t torqued properly from the factory. It’s RWD so nothing to do with the auto-4WD or anything like that. I remember it was common for the second gens to have improperly torqued sway bar links so I’m hoping that’s all it is.
Really sucks to be without my new truck already. I’m hoping this is just one hiccup and not the start of a parade of trips to the dealership.
2023.06.09 23:11 AllDuhFacs RMR Optic Fit Issue
2023.06.09 23:10 TheKratex HUSH! A new, more interesting character concept of mine just dropped
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2023.06.09 23:08 AllDuhFacs Optic Fit Issues
2023.06.09 23:08 Swedish_Chef_bork89 G26 or 442? (CA)
I live in CA and have my interview in August. Since I have to list my guns (up to 3) before I get my license I’d like to get another gun before then. This would also give me time to become proficient with all my guns before I start carrying. I have a G19 gen 3, but was thinking about getting something smaller for summer. Since my options are limited I was thinking either a G26 or a S&W 442. What do you guys think?
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2023.06.09 23:07 AdSignificant9632 [WTS] TEXAS WEAPON SYSTEMS TWS Gen 3 Handguard for AKM/47/74
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2023.06.09 23:03 codyxxo Failed 3 classes, many red flags, but still got the A
I’m not good at posting on social media, but I remember reading a story like this 5 years ago that gave me hope to keep pursuing my dream and I want to pay it forward.
- ORM male, non SES
- 1st time applicant
- 1st generation healthcare worker with no connections to other doctors, hospitals, or med schools
- 3.4 uGPA - 3 Fs, 3 Cs in the first 2.5 years. 5 of these were prereqs (they had us in the first half not gonna lie). I retook all the Fs and one of the Cs and got 3 As and 1 B.
- Bio major. If you care, my undergrad was a somewhat prestigious school, and very STEM heavy. 5 years undergrad + 3 years SMP + 1 gap year. The SMP did not offer any linkage.
- 3.6 SMP gpa.
- 507 MCAT with 124 CARS (1st attempt, but could've done better).
- 480 clinical hours as a pct on a med surg floor - 980 by the time of my interview
- 200 hours as a secretary at the hospital (non clinical)
- 1400 research hours across 4 biochemistry/genetics labs and 3 middle author publications. ~2400 hours by the time of my interview and a poster presentation at an international conference right after the interview, which I included in an update letter
- 12 shadowing hours with a DO - 30hrs by the time of interview with 3 other MDs / DOs
- ~60 hrs tutoring + TA at my undergrad
- No listed volunteering hours (red flag).
- No listed clubs or leadership positions (red flag)
- Rec letters (in a committee letter from my SMP) from: a DO I work with, my grad school pre med advisor / PI, professoformer PI, psych professor. I didn't read them but they were probably all pretty good.
- No X factor that I'm aware of
- My interview was mid. Got asked pretty generic questions and I gave pretty standard answers. I'm just a boring dude.
- I have a very financially supportive family - I wouldn’t be where I am without their help.
10 MD secondaries submitted. 0 II
13 DO secondaries submitted. 1 II -> WL -> A ……at an OOS school with the highest average gpa of all the DO schools I applied to (>3.7, one of the “Big 5” DO schools)
Surprisingly, I wasn’t immediately screened out by any of the schools pre-secondary. Secondaries were submitted from mid-July through October. I tried to submit the MD ones sooner than the DOs. The secondary for my only A was sent around late July or early August IIRC. I received an II at the end of February and got off the waitlist in May.
So here’s my story
My first F was in gen Chem 1 because it was my first semester in college and I was immature and lacked self-discipline. I also got a C in intro to bio that semester. I later retook these classes and got As in both, and I got almost all As in the next 2 semesters. My spring sophomore and fall junior semesters were when things fell apart. I won’t get into the details but a mix of physical+mental health issues and unfortunate events in my social life made me lose focus, resulting in Fs in bio III and a university required rhetoric class, as well as Cs in orgo I & II. Then I was put on academic probation and “separated” from my university for 2 semesters.
At this point I was pretty devastated and started to consider switching career paths because I didn’t even know if it was still possible to get into any medical school with my grades. I ended my 3rd year with a 2.96 cumulative gpa - a number forever ingrained into my head. Even if I got all As the rest of the way and stayed a 5th year, my gpa would only be a 3.4, which would still make it very hard to get in. But I realized in my time off that nothing will be nearly as fulfilling to me as practicing medicine. I also knew that my grades in the past year were not indicative of my true abilities, I was just in a difficult situation. So I addressed all the issues that held me back in the past, and even started counseling as I prepared to start my premed track again.
Also, this was around the time when I started to focus on becoming a better person as a whole. Not that I ever had a history of doing anything seriously immoral, but having the time to finally be alone with no distractions granted me opportunity to be more introspective and think about the ideal person I wanted to be, rather than the person others wanted me to be. I remember browsing through a Reddit post some years ago asking suicidal people what quotes keep them going, and one reply that hit me hard was “one day someone’s going to need you, and you better be there for them”. Over time, I realized that the most important quality of my "ideal self", among others, is that I should always be available when people need me, and to put the needs of others above my own. I think this perspective I developed back then helped keep me motivated and focused on my path to become a physician, and still does to this day.
One of my biggest improvements after coming back was my work ethic. I came to terms with the fact that I simply am not as intellectually gifted as most of my peers. If they studied 6 hours for an exam, I would need to study 25 hours for a similar grade, and if that’s what it takes then so be it. If I were to be a doctor, my patients aren’t going to feel bad for me because I’m slow; what really matters are the results. With redemption on my mind I loaded my schedule for the next 2 years with rigorous medicine related classes such as immunology, dev bio, genetics, biochem, anatomy, etc. (I also retook the classes I failed and did well). I went to every lecture, every supplemental session, and spent almost every day of the school year studying at the library from ~5pm - 2am, and 11am - 2am on weekends. There were times when I didn’t take a day off for several weeks. One year during finals, I wouldn’t sleep more than 2hrs a night for the entire week because I studied so much. I also changed my studying methods to rely less on brute force memorization, and more on attaining a deep understanding of concepts. Luckily it all paid off. Disclaimer: I would NOT recommend this work schedule for anyone. I just hated myself at the time, threw away my social life, and am strangely good at working while sleep deprived and hungry. Please take care of yourself.
Noteworthy parts of my application
When applying to medical schools I used my past failures as a testament of my persistence and resilience. It’s not like I could’ve hid my hideous grades anyway so might as well try to turn it into a strength. It ended up becoming a talking point in all my 1:1 interviews too. Some were impressed with my growth, although 1 still seemed a little concerned.
Another strength of my application was conveying how much I love working in healthcare through my experience as a PCT. The job is already hard enough having to take care of patients with dementia, C. Diff, incontinence, terminal cancer, COVID, diabetic ulcers, GI bleeds, hip/knee fractures, violent psych disorders, patients that are rude and non-compliant, etc. But I worked through the pandemic which was a complete shit show for months on end. The patient: nurse/PCT ratios were so ridiculous that it was honestly unsafe working conditions at times. Lots of people were quitting too which made things even harder. But this heavy workload, stress, and chaotic environment motivated me even more to show up everyday. I always thought to myself “at least I’m here. I can’t image how bad it would for the nurses and patients be if there were no PCTs”, and that if someone had to suffer in this position, I’m really glad it was me and not someone else. Looking back, however, I think my PS sounded too “woe is me” and when preparing for a re-app I was planning on scrapping that one completely for a more optimistic one.
I do regret not talking more about research in my PS and secondaries, however, as that was by far the EC that I spent the most time in, it’s something I’m kind of passionate about, and I probably understand it better than most applicants. Perhaps I would have gotten more interest from research-heavy MD schools if I did.
I never explained the cause of my poor grades that year, I only cited “personal issues” which in retrospect probably hurt my application. With this wording, it’s easy to assume the worst, like having a drug addiction or debilitating mental health issues, which was not the case. I should have said “I had distractions and lost focus”.
Advice for future applicants
If you dug yourself a hole as deep as I did, your first and foremost priority is to take care of your mental and physical health, which is more important than your gpa. Taking time off from school to fix yourself and recalibrate is a much better option than maintaining your downward trajectory and risking even worse health and grades.
Secondly, be very careful about continuing premed. I took a huge risk by sticking to premed, and just because it worked out for me doesn’t mean it’ll work out for everyone else. You should consider going all in on your path only if:
- You know exactly what went wrong and have a realistic plan on how to fix it. Be honest about your capabilities and weaknesses when making a plan. Ask yourself, if you were to retake classes you did poorly in, would you be confident in getting As in most if not all of them?
- You know with 100% certainty that you want to be a physician more than any other career after considering all your options. This may be obvious, but the earlier you jump ship, the less money and time you’ll waste on a journey going no where.
You should at least know if you even want to work in healthcare. I’ve never heard any one of my coworkers say they had a good day at the end of a shift. This work is not fun and the money and clout (however much you think there is) alone are not worth it. My personal justification for choosing healthcare is that working in a hospital has been the only place where I feel like I fit in. I’ve never been good at making friends, always crawled my way through school, and it’s hard to find hobbies and interests. But being on the floor, helping my patients and the team, is comforting for me, in a way. I feel like giving away parts of my life so that others can live theirs is what I was meant to do. I’m at baseline a lazy person, but at the hospital I feel like I have endless energy even after a 16 hour shift.
Don’t be discouraged by others’ success. “Comparison is the thief of joy”. Not gonna lie, seeing some sankeys of an applicant with 4.0 & 528, 7 first author pubs in no gap years, 6000 clinical hours, CEO of 3 companies, and an A for every single T20 school made me feel like a loser at times because my application was not even the same league. But keep in mind - 1) you don’t have to go to a top ranked school to be a good doctor, and 2) the path from point A to point B is different for everyone. For some, it’s short and straight; for others, it’s slow, bumpy, loopy, and goes backwards at times. But getting to point B in the end is what matters most. Medicine is not supposed to be a competition. So just be happy for them and focus on improving yourself. We’re all going to be called Dr. ___ in the end anyway.
Don’t listen to everything that people say, especially if they haven’t even applied to medical school - such as premed advisors. The only time I ever talked to my undergrad premed advisor, he pulled out a chart with a bell curve showing the likelihood of a med school acceptance based on GPA and MCAT. He pointed to coordinate (0,0), approximately, and said “you are here” and that was pretty much the entire conversation. Take everything with a grain of salt, even from successful applicants. My friend who’s an M3 said my application had too many red flags, that I won’t get in with any community service, and that I should’ve waited another year to apply. Which honestly wasn’t even bad advice, but I ended up proving her wrong anyway.
I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this but I actually stopped talking about premed stuff irl, which improved my mood. When meeting new people I just told them I'm planning on going into research and teaching (which is still true), because if I mentioned premed, a lot of the ensuing conversations were just annoying asf - like when they ask me what my gpa is, or give me unprompted, unwarranted advice. I also kinda took a step back from my premed and med school friends because I already spend a lot of time each day worrying about my application, and the last thing I want to do is talk about it more in my free time. Another reason is because some friends would lose respect for me if I told them about my academic struggles. And personally, I absolutely hated when people told me to give up on med school, which happened a few times.
MD schools with relatively low average stat ranges are a little deceptive. I naively applied to them thinking they would be easier to get into but now I know it's not the case. Usually these schools just care more about "fit" and less about boasting high stats, and you can often tell what they value in their secondary essay questions. For example, Rush and Tulane seem to like applicants with a ton of service hours, and experience with addressing health disparities and helping underserved communities. UIllinois likes engineering students, so it’s no wonder their average GPA is lower. So even if I had better stats, I'd still probably have no chance of getting into these schools. You can also figure out good fits by going through sankeys of applicants with similar stats and ECs as you, and see which schools they had success with.
If you’re a high stat applicant that is wondering how I got in - I don’t know either. There is definitely always an aspect of luck (and unfairness, in my opinion) in the application process, and obviously I was very lucky. A lot of people have fantastic applications, do everything right, and will make great doctors one day, but still don’t get an A this cycle. Also, some adcom members are just chemistry professors, PIs, and people with an MBA degree, who hardly know anything about practicing medicine, and it’s crazy that they’re the ones deciding who’s going to be in the next generation of doctors. Just keep applying, and definitely apply to schools based on mission fit, not just their stat ranges.
There’s more I want to say but my post is already super long. You can DM me if you have any questions. I'm no expert in anything but I'll be honest and I'll try my best
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2023.06.09 23:00 AllDuhFacs Optic Fit Issues
2023.06.09 22:57 TerribleSpeed9910 X caliber 8 2022 or the Trek marlin 8 gen 3 2023
Which bike would be a better buy?
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2023.06.09 22:56 MajorWilliams Major Williams' Watch Services - welcome and terms
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I’m MajorWilliams, and I’m based out of California in the US. I have been working with watches for quite a few years, but recently have gotten quite serious with becoming a watchsmith. I particularly enjoy modding services, but cannot do some of the more complicated mods yet (heavy CNC machining, etc). If you would like help sourcing non-Rolex parts (i.e. Patek, AP, Vacheron), I can assist but do not always have a lead on all parts.
My services that I currently offer are as follows and do not include shipping costs. If you would like insurance on the package greater than $50 (standard USPS), please let me know prior to sending funds for shipping and it can be added to the cost. SERVICES FOR YOUR WATCH
- $45 initial diagnosis
, this fee will be built into whatever work is agreed upon after the watch is opened and we have a discussion. If it is too complicated or expensive for you to want to proceed, this fee is non-refundable unless at my discretion
- $50 water resistance check and lubrication
(aka “waterproofing”) – appropriate lubrication and grease applied to gaskets, and watch will be tested to 5 atm, with video sent to client of the test results with the movement removed. This process does not guarantee water resistance, but is a relatively good indicator of being able to wash your hands, light swimming, etc. Warranty does not cover waterproof results.
- *$65-75 Date disc or DWO swaps
. Client must supply date disc or collaborate with me on acquiring one.
- *$65-75 dial swap requiring no modifications
. Includes light cleaning where appropriate.
- *$75 dial swap with dial dots or epoxy
(Depending on movement and other factors)
- *$50 hand alignment or replacement
- $50-$95 Crystal replacement
- [add-on] $50 keyless work ($65-85 without add-on)
including teardown, inspection, cleaning and greasing as necessary. I’ve found some movements can come quite dry in the keyless works.
- [add-on] $25-35 Movement regulation
includes attempt to bring watch into specifications (usually +/- -10 seconds per day in 6 positions). This may not be possible on some watch movements due to a variety of issues, but will work with you through it.
- [add-on] $65 Automatic works service
includes removal, cleaning and oiling as needed per gen-spec. This can include rotor silencing, but isn’t guaranteed. I will try my hardest to get it there though!
- 15202/16202 Pizza Hand Mod -
$130. Trim down the hands to look more gen like. If I have time I try to do a rotor silence as well.
- Mods/gen parts install
- Time and labor will need to be quoted.
* = these services can be combined for further discount and are not additive Full Movement services:
A service includes full strip down of the movement, inspection of each part under a microscope, full parts cleaning, lubrication per gen spec, and regulation. Should any part need replacing, I will consult with you on options, cost, and timeline. If you want a gen part to be placed, I require a cash-advance for that part up front. For more complex bracelets, I will tell you ahead of time there will be an additional fee for the cleaning.
- Tier I movement servicing $235:
- Tier II movement servicing $295
- VS3135, VR3135, VR3130
- VS3235, VR3235
- Miyota 9015
- ETA 2892 ($235)
- Tier III movement Servicing $340+
- Not servicing:
- Cal 240 Patek for 5712 Nautilus ($390)
- 3KF Cal 324 ($340)
- AP 4302 (15500 and 15510 super clones) ($340)
- AP 3120 (i.e. 15400, 15450) $340
- N4130 movement
- EWF '3235' movement (can replace, however if needed)
- Omega clones
- IWC clone movements (i.e. chrono and 7 day power reserve)
Other movements not listed, feel free to ask. I also will do modification work on most movements, it's just the full services I don't offer for the above movements.
Your satisfaction with your watch is my priority as these are meant to be something we wear and treasure over time. I will not knowingly mislead or misguide you in your repair. I will not knowingly represent a timepiece to be overhauled and serviced that I know has not been. I will not advise unnecessary repairs or services.
- An initial quote will be provided prior to shipping. Sometimes this can be for all services rendered, and other times will only be for the $45 initial diagnosis.
- All payments must be paid via paypal F&F. If you wish to use another app, let me know. I will not ship a watch until payment is received.
- Regulation of a watch will be within +/- 10 seconds per day
- Date switching will be within +/- 10 minutes of midnight. I usually try for +/- 5 minutes as that is Rolex spec.
- I use oils and greases from Moebius.
- Any spare parts I may keep for my spare parts collection, unless you would like them back
- I will provide detailed pictures and videos as often as possible to keep you in the loop.
- I will try my hardest to get you a response in 24-48 hours. It is not easy to stay up to date I am finding so please be patient! Weekends I may not reply at all depending on what I am doing with my family.
- By sending me your watch, you agree that I can take pictures of the watch and post them on the internet, unless specified.
- I am dedicated to your satisfaction with the timepiece that you and I collaborate on. I understand some things may not go as well as we would both hope. I will provide a warranty for 6 months after shipping the item to you.
- However, I must be explicit here – some of these replica movement parts are not very reliable and issues may arise that cannot be foreseen even with extensive testing and surveillance. If a fault is found that did not come about as part of my services, I will collaborate with you on how to best fix this.
- Warranty does not cover parts I did not service.
- Warranty covers labor only. This does not include costs related to failed parts, unauthorized modifications or repairs, or other external causes that would be out of my hands.
- If the watch was regulated, it is regulated in 6 positions to be within +- 10 seconds per day (I try for +/- 5 seconds where I can). Slight deviations from this are not covered.
- If evidence of tampering is discovered, warranty will be void.
- To and from shipping will be covered by the customer, including warranty claims.
- Parcel theft, damage, or loss is not covered by warranty, nor are customs seizures for cross-border shipping. If you would like the package to be insured higher than $50 you must tell me prior to shipping out so I can add it to the label, same is applied if you want insurance when sending to me, you must add it yourself.
- Mechanical watches can become magnetized, I can demagnetize it for you, but in many cases it can cost more to ship the watch to/from me than to buy a demagnetizer yourself. Feel free to reach out and learn more if you think this has occurred.
- Exclusions of warranty: damage from abuse or shock, water damage, watch bracelets and bands, crystal damage, crowns and stems, balance staff.
- Reach out via email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) providing pictures, videos (upload 1 minute videos to imgur) and a description of the issue or mod you wish to have completed.
- I will collaborate with you and provide you with an estimate.
- Send the package to me when instructed with your return address, reddit username, and note of services desired
- When I am working on your watch I will begin sending pics and updates.
- I will send the package back to you in a reasonable time frame upon completion of service – typically 1-4 days from completion of services.
I consider it a privilege to work on someone else’s watch and bring to life a project or broken piece that you will treasure for years to come!
2023.06.09 22:56 FIGO51 [WTS] MK18 FDE RIS II, Vortex UH-1 Gen 2 w/Unity Fast Riser, Scalarworks Peak Rear Sight
Selling these like new items with no salt. Vortex and riser have about 50 rounds through it same goes with the rail which has no salt. Iron sight is basically new which was just mounted, looked at and taken off.
- Vortex UH-1 Gen 2 w/Unity mount $485
- DD MK18 FDE RIS II RAIL $405
- Scalarworks Sight $105
The Goods: https://imgur.com/a/HoLvBF9
All rules apply, please call dibs and PM me No Chat.
Payment will be via PayPal F&F No Notes please. Shipping is included which I will ship within two business days or sooner.
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