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Les Baer Monolith SWAT AR Semi-Auto Rifle .308 Win 18" Barrel Quad Rail Magpul PRS Stock 20 Rounds Black

 
Les Baer Custom
MONOLITH SWAT .308
GUN-LB103
GUN-LB103
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Typically ships within 1 to 2 business days when a valid FFL is received
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If you are looking for the ultimate in accuracy from an AR-15 platform rifle, look no further. Every Les Baer AR rifle is built with the same care and precision as a custom bolt action rifle. The fit, finish and performance of Les Baer rifles is second to none. So when you need a rifle for that next prairie dog hunt or to equip the local S.W.A.T. team with, turn to Les Baer precision AR rifles. You won't be disappointed!

A sniper needs to be confident that his scope isn't going to move once it's adjusted... even on repeated follow-up shots. With the MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail system integrated into the upper receiver, the upper and mounting system on this smoking new .308 become a rock solid one-piece unit. And, since the upper and the lower are already precision machined from 7075-T6-51 and hand fit so they fit like a single unit, the scope isn't going anywhere.

Specifications and Features:
.308 Winchester
18" LBC Bench Rest 416R Stainless Steel Barrel with Precision Cut Rifling, 1 X 10 Twist
LBC Carrier, Chromed
LBC Precision Bolt, Chromed
LBC Precision Extractor, Chromed
Geissele Two Stage Trigger Group
LBC Steel Gas Block With Picatinny Rail On Top
No forward assist
Magpul PRS Stock
Special Versa Pod and Adapter
LBC Custom Grip with Extra Material Under The Trigger Guard
Integral Trigger Guard Is Bowed On The Bottom To Allow Wearing Gloves
Two Twenty Round Magpul Magazines
LBC Soft Rifle Case With Pouches
DuPont S Coating On Barrel

Scope and Rings Not Included

 
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"The fit and finish on this rifle is just exceptional! Everything is tight and machined to such exacting standards, just holding the rifle you can tell it is something special and, in my opinion, the very best made. While CTD has this rifle for below MSRP, it is still not cheap but when you look at what the parts would cost to build it, it is really a decent deal. I would guess that at retail there are around a bunch of expensive of parts in this gun before costs to fit and assemble."