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 Custom KIDD 10/22, Titan stock, Vortex scope for sale $1025 
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Location: The banana belt of Sequim
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Real Name: Jay
KIDD 10/22 Rifle
Sell for $1040.00
103 rounds through the rifle.
50 yards 1/2 moa or better accurate with CCI Standard.
Premium parts, chosen for quality and reliability.
I have $1600.00 into this, selling at 35%.
I find I prefer my AR-22 more, so my loss is your gain.
Everything is like new.
Build list below photo.

Please PM me here for more info.

Discrete PayPal (you pay fees), Zelle, or check (delay until cleared) ok

Thanks, JayB


Kidd 10/22 Build List:

KIDD Two Stage Trigger Unit - Red Straight Trigger
Pull Weight set to: 1lb/1lb=2lb (light field weight)
KIDD Magazine Release Lever: Extended
KIDD Hammer Spring: .22 long rifle
KIDD .22LR Bolt - Scalloped Black
KIDD Bolt Handle Charging Assembly With Guide Rod & Springs - Black
KIDD Aftermarket .22LR Receiver Classic Slip Fit Model - Black
KIDD V-Block
KIDD Bolt Buffer
KIDD Receiver Pins
KIDD .22LR 18" Black Diamond Fluted Rifle Bull Barrel - Diamond Bead Blasted with muzzle thread and cap
4 - Ruger BX-1 Magazines
Pelican 1040 Micro Case (can hold up to 10 magazines)
VICTOR CO. TITAN22 Stock - Black
VICTOR CO TITAN Universal Cheekrest w/ 3 spacers - Black
VICTOR CO. Kidd Compatible Rear Anchor
VICTOR CO. Mini Picatinny Rail w/ QD Sling Mount
VORTEX Crossfire II 4x12x40 AO Scope w/ Dead-Hold BDC (MOA) Reticle
Leupold PRW2 1” Scope Rings

Boxes and packaging for all Kidd, Vortex, & Titan stock parts included, if wanted.

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MadPick wrote:
. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.

Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

I'm not interested in how or where a weapon is made, as long as it does the job it needs to do and I know how to use it.
As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
Andy McNab, SAS

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