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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by imandrew18, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. imandrew18

    imandrew18 Salem, Oregon Active Member

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  2. pattersonrob

    pattersonrob Portland New Member

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    Would you take 400.00
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  3. rsmccsman

    rsmccsman Hillsboro Go Blazers!

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    Don't trash others threads. If you don't like the price PM him and ask or make an offer for less.
     
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  4. Sagaba

    Sagaba Federal Way, WA Active Member

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    M & D models are a lot harder to find than regular chinese carbines. The fact that they take AK mags and have a short barrel is an attractant to many people and in general command a higher price than more common SKS's. On the open market less common things tend to go for what people are willing to pay for them. Supply and demand.
     
  5. pattersonrob

    pattersonrob Portland New Member

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    I don't think i was trashing any one. I wouldn't do that intentionally.
    I just remember what these guns used to bring on the market and was wondering why the seller is asking this price.
    I apologize if i offended any one.Maybe he is just starting high to negotiate ? I don't know,but thanks for the input on the mags and the length.I personally would rather have the short version my self and the magazine option of swapping out is definatly a plus.
     
  6. slingshot1943

    slingshot1943 salem or Well-Known Member

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    I've never seen the D and M models near as cheap as a regular SKS.
     
  7. rsmccsman

    rsmccsman Hillsboro Go Blazers!

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