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I thought norinko was the Chinese way of saying turd in English. you know their translation like in instruction manuals, that you get when you have to assemble something. Thats the most expensive turd I have ever seen!
 

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all that and it still has the almost good enough scope mount that might hold zero


and happy yes it is a sks just a ummmmmmmmmm yea
 
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Well, all this and no shell deflector! The ejecting spent cartrige must ring that scope like quisiemoto, and send zero somewhere, has he ever shot it? I think not, evidently so as to not affect the inflated assembled value. :D
 
I dunno why you be dissin on my boy? Dis thin be rockin in chrome and totally cool man.


You guys do realize this is obviously a tactical SKS judging by the high power scope, railed forend, bipod, etc. Worth every penny of that $1400 WHAT A BAAAAHHGIN.

I remember buying those at the shows for $100 with a cse of ammo included. Prices sure have gone up a little. I have a few of these I'll sell for the bargain price of $600 each.........:s0131:
 
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1400.00 really? Did he say chrome plated? or gold?

My assumption was that he was talking about the chrome lined barrel.

However, the sad thing is he could quite we have 1400 invested into the rifle. During the Big O scare, there were Yugo SKS's sitting in a Tapco stock selling for 700-800 bucks.
 
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A wise man told me once that something was only "worth" what someone else was willing to pay for it,...

The first SKS I ever saw was for sale for 79.95. He had a whole barrel of them.
He still had all of them when I left too! :D
 
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A wise man told me once that something was only "worth" what someone else was willing to pay for it,...

The first SKS I ever saw was for sale for 79.95. He had a whole barrel of them.
He still had all of them when I left too! :D

I still have my $79.95 SKS I bought brand new. :D
 
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It's NO wonder at all that it is worth $1400. It's a GENUINE "NORINKO", and not the more common Norinco.

The "K" always adds at least $1100 to the cost.
 

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