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WTS/WTT WA Heckler & Koch 91 preban

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by rda678, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    Manufacturer:
    Heckler & Koch
    Caliber:
    308/7.62 NATO
    Action:
    Semi-automatic
    Firearm Type:
    Rifle

    I have for sale a very beautiful Hk 91 that was made in 1979. Its been a safe queen and has had very few rounds through it and no rust or anything on the gun. It has the normal mag well marks from inserting mags and etc, but other than that its fine. I rate the gun at a 98% condition. Bore is also very good. It has date code HK. I have put maybe a little over 20 rounds through the gun with factory ammo. No problems and functions just fine.

    Bolt Gap: .014" (.356mm)

    Comes with:
    (8) 20 round mags
    (1) original Hk sling in od green
    (1) ejector buffer to protect the receiver from getting hit by the shells
    (1) Preban all original HK91
    Pics:http://s1285.photobucket.com/user/rda678/library/HK91?sort=3&page=1
    I am asking $3000 obo

    Contact me by sending me a email at: rdaisawsome@yahoo.com or call or text me at: (360)-721-9993
    The name is Ryan

    Please do not waste my time. Don't give me the run around and etc etc. Also no stupidly low offers. I am not in a hurry to sell.

    I will ship at your cost. I can do out of state, but you pay for the ffl fees and etc.




    BUY IT! My car got hit today(9/30/14), and I need money for my car!





    WILL TRADE FOR:

    No ar's or shotguns. I am open to mostly anything but I would like cash mostly. I could consider a trade for a Fn Scar 17 in fde with some stuff or maybe something else. Im not willing to add money on top. I could also entertain a trade and cash offer, but cash talks.
     
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  2. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    If I weren't needing every cent for our custom home next year I'd make a deal for it as roller locks are my thing. One thing you might want to do is check the bolt gap and list that data, it will confirm the rifle's condition
     
  3. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    Just checked it with my feeler gauge, it came in at .014" or .356mm so the gun as you can see is still really good.
     
  4. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    That's a GTG bolt gap and it's the real deal HK :cool:
     
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  5. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    BUY IT! My car got hit today(9/30/14), and I need money for my car!
     
  6. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up NW USA Well-Known Member

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    Really odd. The pictures you linked say 'Made In Germany"
     
  7. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    It is a German gun and an original Hk?
     
  8. tommy98466

    tommy98466 University Place, WA Active Member

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    Its to bad that most folks on this board don't know what a fine rifle you have. Probably one of the best battle rifles ever. It is a quality firearm and if those that have never fired one did, they would dump all of the "also ran" firearms they own and buy one. I'm speaking from experience. I have owned and still do all of the models. Your price is right in there for a fair deal. Most dealers would ask for more plus all of the add on's like taxes, FFL costs, etc. Someone needs to step up and buy this rifle. You will not be disappointed and it will be an investment.
     
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  9. John Gault

    John Gault clackamas county Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Bought mine Brand New from GI Joes circa 1985 for $ 700.00. Sold it outside a gun show a couple years later for $ 350.00 due to hard times. Miss that thing like crazy but knowing all that I just can't put out that kind of cash.... I agree by the way that was a serious battle rifle !
     
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  10. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    You can't just buy this at any Gi Joe or Big 5 lol, but yes the rifle is a very fun gun. For people that do not know why this rifle is 3k, ITS A HECKLER & KOCH, NOT NO PTR OR CETME. Now im not hating on you ptr, or cetme owners but please do not message me or comment saying that you can get it for $500 blah blah blah. Do your research and please read the add again. I am not selling a Ptr or Cetme, but I am selling a very cool real deal HK. Be the coolest guy in the gun club or something by buying this and then you can go show off and have all the laddies and etc, just because you own this amazing sexy gun lol. I don't bite and I am very negotiable. I am in need of some car money so.... Yeah if you get my drift offer me something and maybe we could work a deal out...:s0152::s0152:
     
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  11. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    Thanks man, I wish more people knew what a fun great battle rifle this is. I mean you can buy a cetme or ptr, but the quality just isn't there. Best part is, im negotiable lol. Honestly though, if someone was out of state, Id be wiling to work things out with them. Now im not going to be like an HK fan boy and praise them just because its German engineering, but I will say this, Quality over Quantity. I like quality items, and this is a prime example of German engineering, and you can shoot it and love it. Now I do like some Hk's being this, and a couple other guns but I am in no way biased. Think of it as this, they only imported so many of these and no longer can import them. Its a genuine Hk in like new condition. Its a great fun gun with very few rounds down range and mostly a safe queen. Or you can say its an investment piece. You can shoot it all you like, but I don't mostly because I have other guns to enjoy.
     
  12. John Gault

    John Gault clackamas county Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    You can't buy it anywhere today in the US except on sites like this but you Could buy it at GI Joes in 1985 for $ 700.00. I still have a receipt somewhere....and it was a Genuine HK 91. I'm not making an offer, Not a low-ball offer or Any offer. Just going down memory. Still a Very Nice battle rifle for someone who has the cash.
     
  13. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up NW USA Well-Known Member

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    There was no such thing as "Germany" in 1979, that's why is it odd to me.

    I am very tempted though. I"ve money saved for a SCAR17 but always loved the 91 (and 51 for that matter... and drool over the 21). :)
     
  14. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    PTRs are great guns but even they are $1200 + now depending on the model, (GI is a little cheaper) and have little collector's value. Your gun is a real German HK, I happen to own one as well as 3 clones and two HK93 parts kits which will be built one day soon as clones
     
  15. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    There was West Germany, that is how it was marked. This is a real HK and they have not been imported since 1989
     
  16. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up NW USA Well-Known Member

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    haha! You didn't even look at the pictures the op linked, did you?
     
  17. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    I'm fully aware that "West" was not included in the markings. I guess you didn't read here that I happen to own one, myself, and am a roller lock junkie
     
  18. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up NW USA Well-Known Member

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    So? You said it said WEST GERMANY and it doesn't.

    OP said it was made in 1979 but there was no GERMANY at the time.

    I found this odd and commented to that effect (among contemplating purchasing this particular item)

    That sums it up.
     
  19. tommy98466

    tommy98466 University Place, WA Active Member

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    pickey, pickey, pickey.
     
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  20. rda678

    rda678 Vancouver, Wa Member

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    As far as I know, it has date codes HK. I looked it up and it said 79. So with that being said I believe the gun was made in 1979.
     
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