The last HAVA Charity Gun

Is now available on Gunbroker for you to bid on, and we are closing out the auction in STYLE.  For our last item, we’re bringing out the big guns…literally.  This is a DPMS LR-308 with a Leupold VX-II 3-9×40 variable power scope.  You’ve got two magazines, the scope, and of course a DPMS .308 Winchester rifle.  Perfect for hunting, 3-gun heavy metal division, long range rifle matches, or just for making guys with .223s feel inadequate about their caliber of choice.  You can bid now on the LR-308 and Leupold scope package at GunBroker!

As of right now, we’ve raised over $2,000 for HAVA.  This gun will put us over the $3000 mark when it sells, and I wouldn’t be upset of it went for $2000 or so and bumped us over $4000 total.  This is a win-win situation – you get to buy a cool gun, and help our veterans!  Bid now at Gunbroker!

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  1. I own this rifle and I enthusiastically second your comment “DPMS .308 Winchester rifle. Perfect for hunting, 3-gun heavy metal division, long range rifle matches, or just for making guys with .223s feel inadequate about their caliber of choice.”
    This rifle will shoot .5-.75” 3 shot groups all day with with Federal pwr shock 150 & superformace 150. With my 125 gr nosler bt reloads it’s money on any four legged critter out to 400 yds. Of course I own .223 AR’s as well but the .308T is my “go to” weapon.
    Anyway, no one should be afraid to bid on it, you won;t be disappointed if you win.

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