[Austin] Kidd Classic 10/22 Receiver

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    1slow01Z71

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    Nothing wrong with it, sold the barrel and bolt off the build and need this gone before I do another build.
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    0 moa rail and it comes with the rear tang just didnt take a pic of it. Looking to get 150 for it. Must be legal to own a firearm, all the usual disclaimers.
     

    breakingcontact

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    I'm in Austin.

    I'm interested but have some questions.

    How much for parts to complete this build? (on the basic end of the spectrum)

    Can you finish it out with stock Ruger parts or does it call for the upgraded parts?
     

    1slow01Z71

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    This is receiver is exactly like a factory ruger receiver except higher quality. Basically the difference between a forged and billet AR15 lower.
     

    Dash Riprock

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    I'm in Austin.

    I'm interested but have some questions.

    How much for parts to complete this build? (on the basic end of the spectrum)

    Can you finish it out with stock Ruger parts or does it call for the upgraded parts?

    Same questions here. I did some real quick research last night and just a standard Ruger bolt was in the $60/70 range. Trigger assembly about the same. Barrel was around $100. The aftermarket brands were double and triple that.

    Still tempted to buy this for a future project though.
     

    breakingcontact

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    Same questions here. I did some real quick research last night and just a standard Ruger bolt was in the $60/70 range. Trigger assembly about the same. Barrel was around $100. The aftermarket brands were double and triple that.

    Still tempted to buy this for a future project though.

    I think the idea with the Kidd is to build it out nicely otherwise its like putting cheap tires on a sports car.
     
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