GUN Is a WASR-2 for $350 a good deal for a 5.45 rifle?

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  1. Hooligan

    Hooligan New Member

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    I dunno.
     
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    Where'd you find it at?
     
  3. Keesh

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    Is it doublestack or single stack? If it accepts doublestack mags then I'd say it's a decent deal. They sold for just under $300 for the last few years but good luck finding one now.
     
  4. Hooligan

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    It's made by Century, which isn't very popular, I know.

    It accepts double stack mags and comes with 2 30 rounders.,
     
  5. Hooligan

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    That isn't very called for.
     
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    It's not a bad deal, if you don't have one in 5.45 I say pick it up. Just make sure to pick up a couple tins of 5.45 :)
     
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    If it was in decent shape, and everything was straight (no mag wobble either) I'd of snapped it up.

    Be nice to have a cheap blaster that you could beat around.
     
  8. Hooligan

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    But it's on the internets :run: I can't tell!!
     
  9. Hooligan

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    Just called. They add $20 and then shipping and then 4% for credit cards. WTF.
     

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