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Hello shooters,

Up for grabs is my excellent condition Springfield Armory XDM 4.5” barrel chambered in .45 ACP. This pistol was purchased new by me and likely has less than 100 rounds through it (barrel hood is barely starting to show wear).

It will come with everything from the factory, fiber optic front sight, 4 mags in total, and the following upgrades.

- Powder River Precision drop in trigger
- Powder River Precision extended grip safety
- Powder River Precision full length stainless steel guide rod
- Trigger: https://shop.powderriverprecision.net/PRP-Drop-In-Trigger-Kit-for-XDM-PRP-056.htm

It will also come with a Blade-Tech OWB Classic holster with Tek-Lok in FDE. This is a sweet shooting XDM and the PRP trigger is absolute bliss.

Price is $525.00

Since I’m getting out of the .45 game, I have some ammo for sale as well. In total, the lot is 450 rounds with 100 being JHP, and 350 being FMJ.



Next up is a Ruger Mini-14. I picked this up from another member many years ago and it was sold as never fired. I have never fired either so I believe it is safe to call it LNIB. The serial number on this rifle is 183-4xxx so manufacture date of 1983.

Rifle will come with (1) 30 round unpackaged magazine and (3) NIB packaged 20 round magazines.


I also have a brand new, in package Wilson Combat grip module for a Sig P320C. I bought two when they came back in stock, one for a friend and he doesn’t need it now. It’s the WC320, FDE, carry, no safety version as seen here:

I will also throw in the NIB tungsten weight kit. If you have a Sig P320C, do yourself a favor and get this grip module, it’s a game changer.


I’m in Mountains Edge so prefer to meet at Bass Pro, along Blue Diamond, or the 215 Beltway for ammo or Sig module, and Ventura for the firearms. Buyer pays for their own transfer.
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