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WILSON COMBAT “VARMINT CONG” RANCH CARBINE 5.56/.223 CUSTOM BUILD W/ STEINER BELOW DEALER COST CUSTOMER ORDER

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Turns out we had TWO of these one sold one left // Custom order; customer moved to CA forfeits ammo and $500 deposit you get the total package BELOW DEALER COST // BRAND NEW RANCH RIFLE FROM WILSON COMBAT ROCKEGROUP EXCLUSIVE BUILT 100% BY WILSON COMBAT! We supplied a ranch in N.M. with four of these and the foreman ordered another. They had run Mini-14 Ruger’s for years and finally made the switch to these. Ranch carbine for yotes, prairie yappers, what have you. Everything about the carbine makes sense as a simplistic ergonomically correct lightweight field carbine. Peerless, match-grade, 5.56 chambered stainless steel 14.7″ barrel with deep lightening flutes and a permanently-attached flash hider = 16 inches OAL overall length which means civvie legal without a stamp. If you can buy a .22 you can buy this! Includes 10.4″ T.R.I.M. modular rail. A Two stage Wilson Combat TTU trigger system, collapsible stock, NP3 BCG, custom NM “pastel” Armor-Tuff finish. Ranch runs these with 20 round magazines to keep a lower profile; ships with four. You can substitute 10 or 30 round magazines if you so desire. Topped with the lightweight Steiner GS3 3×15-50 low profile scope with duplex crosshair on the JP Cantilever mount. 3-15x allows use from 20 feet to 750 yards no problem; “utilize CAT lens coatings to amplify contrast in the peak human vision sensitivity range and feature optimized contrast that effectively separates game from leaves or shadow draped backgrounds. Your target will be exposed to a clean, accurate shot”. Reviews? “The Steiner GS3 3-15 is a fantastic scope, especially for the price. It compares to my buddy’s Swarovski, Kahles, and Leica scopes, but is less than half the price”. Every carbine shipped with a case of ammunition; yours is 69 grain Sierra Hollow Point Boat Tail MatchKing; the foreman claims this is exceptionally accurate with this carbine and takes prairie puppies to 400 yards no problem and yotes past 600. 1-8 twist insures you can jump to 77 grain and use as a pig-sticker. Carbine has 5 sling mount attach points and these were ordered with matching Tac Force dual point slings with quick releases. I really like this set up as it is simplistic, lightweight, easy to handle. They were/are correct these are perfect all around ranch carbines.. as some guy named Howe say’s “”Were I to have the choice of only one gun, it would be the Rockegroup Ranch Gun. I could do short, intermediate and long-range work with this one rifle. It is like having one rifle to play the entire course.” Well he said that about his carbine anyway.. ok so why do you get it for under dealer? These have all been ordered and delivered to the foreman of a 12000 acre ranch in New Mexico; this is the last one, ready to go. Seems the Rancher’s (owner of the ranch) daughter came out from University of Northern California, Lorenzo Patiño School of Law, a private law school in Sacramento, California to visit Daddy on spring break for a month. Seems said foreman and the ranchers law school student daughter felt compelled to do the “hokey pokey”. Alot. Seems said foreman got thrown off said ranch. Seems daughter jumped in Daddy’s Birthday Present leased Land Rover, picked him up, and drove to California where they are still doing the hokey pokey.. and he is now a Sommelier! I was not sure what a “Sommelier” was but I looked it up for us.. A Sommelier, or wine steward, is a trained and knowledgeable wine professional, normally working in fine restaurants, who specializes in all aspects of wine service as well as wine and food pairing. According to the most recent poll by the Guild of Sommeliers Salary Survey the average salary for a Master Sommelier is $180,000 compared to the $98,000 for an Advanced Sommelier”. How you go from a Ranch Foreman to a Sommelier in six months has become recently known to me but alas there is no more time! Suffice to say before he was a tough guy ranch foreman in N.M. he had a history in CA! Ok wanna build your own? Carbine is $2600 on the Wilson Combat website, Steinier GS3 3-15×50 is $1050 Euro Optics and everywhere else, JP mount $225, full case unopened 200 round case ammunition is $19 per box of 20 @ Midway; you get 10 boxes (unopened case) x 20 = $200 smackers. Dual point quick release sling $64, 5 Lancer 20 round translucent FDE/Tan Warfighter magazines $72, grand total to “build” your own is $4211. We give you the full ammo credit of $200 plus another $500 credit for his deposit = $3511 = below dealer cost! Ships in the Wilson Combat soft case with all the hoopla you get with a new Wilson Combat carbine! Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

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Turns out we had TWO of these one sold one left // Custom order; customer moved to CA forfeits ammo and $500 deposit you get the total package BELOW DEALER COST // BRAND NEW RANCH RIFLE FROM WILSON COMBAT ROCKEGROUP EXCLUSIVE BUILT 100% BY WILSON COMBAT! We supplied a ranch in N.M. with four of these and the foreman ordered another. They had run Mini-14 Ruger’s for years and finally made the switch to these. Ranch carbine for yotes, prairie yappers, what have you. Everything about the carbine makes sense as a simplistic ergonomically correct lightweight field carbine. Peerless, match-grade, 5.56 chambered stainless steel 14.7″ barrel with deep lightening flutes and a permanently-attached flash hider = 16 inches OAL overall length which means civvie legal without a stamp. If you can buy a .22 you can buy this! Includes 10.4″ T.R.I.M. modular rail. A Two stage Wilson Combat TTU trigger system, collapsible stock, NP3 BCG, custom NM “pastel” Armor-Tuff finish. Ranch runs these with 20 round magazines to keep a lower profile; ships with four. You can substitute 10 or 30 round magazines if you so desire. Topped with the lightweight Steiner GS3 3×15-50 low profile scope with duplex crosshair on the JP Cantilever mount. 3-15x allows use from 20 feet to 750 yards no problem; “utilize CAT lens coatings to amplify contrast in the peak human vision sensitivity range and feature optimized contrast that effectively separates game from leaves or shadow draped backgrounds. Your target will be exposed to a clean, accurate shot”. Reviews? “The Steiner GS3 3-15 is a fantastic scope, especially for the price. It compares to my buddy’s Swarovski, Kahles, and Leica scopes, but is less than half the price”. Every carbine shipped with a case of ammunition; yours is 69 grain Sierra Hollow Point Boat Tail MatchKing; the foreman claims this is exceptionally accurate with this carbine and takes prairie puppies to 400 yards no problem and yotes past 600. 1-8 twist insures you can jump to 77 grain and use as a pig-sticker. Carbine has 5 sling mount attach points and these were ordered with matching Tac Force dual point slings with quick releases. I really like this set up as it is simplistic, lightweight, easy to handle. They were/are correct these are perfect all around ranch carbines.. as some guy named Howe say’s “”Were I to have the choice of only one gun, it would be the Rockegroup Ranch Gun. I could do short, intermediate and long-range work with this one rifle. It is like having one rifle to play the entire course.” Well he said that about his carbine anyway.. ok so why do you get it for under dealer? These have all been ordered and delivered to the foreman of a 12000 acre ranch in New Mexico; this is the last one, ready to go. Seems the Rancher’s (owner of the ranch) daughter came out from University of Northern California, Lorenzo Patiño School of Law, a private law school in Sacramento, California to visit Daddy on spring break for a month. Seems said foreman and the ranchers law school student daughter felt compelled to do the “hokey pokey”. Alot. Seems said foreman got thrown off said ranch. Seems daughter jumped in Daddy’s Birthday Present leased Land Rover, picked him up, and drove to California where they are still doing the hokey pokey.. and he is now a Sommelier! I was not sure what a “Sommelier” was but I looked it up for us.. A Sommelier, or wine steward, is a trained and knowledgeable wine professional, normally working in fine restaurants, who specializes in all aspects of wine service as well as wine and food pairing. According to the most recent poll by the Guild of Sommeliers Salary Survey the average salary for a Master Sommelier is $180,000 compared to the $98,000 for an Advanced Sommelier”. How you go from a Ranch Foreman to a Sommelier in six months has become recently known to me but alas there is no more time! Suffice to say before he was a tough guy ranch foreman in N.M. he had a history in CA! Ok wanna build your own? Carbine is $2600 on the Wilson Combat website, Steinier GS3 3-15×50 is $1050 Euro Optics and everywhere else, JP mount $225, full case unopened 200 round case ammunition is $19 per box of 20 @ Midway; you get 10 boxes (unopened case) x 20 = $200 smackers. Dual point quick release sling $64, 5 Lancer 20 round translucent FDE/Tan Warfighter magazines $72, grand total to “build” your own is $4211. We give you the full ammo credit of $200 plus another $500 credit for his deposit = $3511 = below dealer cost! Ships in the Wilson Combat soft case with all the hoopla you get with a new Wilson Combat carbine! Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

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