GUN Trade offer for my 30'06

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  1. spankaveli

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    if you want an AK, I would say go for a fixed stock :o
     
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    I was never a big fan of the under-folder or side-folder, myself.

    If you want an AK, then go for it though.
     
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    I don't necessarily want an AK. I'm selling the '06 to fund the 308 I bought. I thought it might be easier to sell the AK than the '06. What's the going rate on the AK? :o
     
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    a yugo underfolder from aim is about 430 is looks like, so figure a Romy underfolder would be 350-400 :dunno:
     
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    I was thinking if I couldn't sell either, I'd rather be stuck with something that might be banned. :dunno:
     
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    I saw your ad was going to post something only an OTer would know :o
     
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    Then go for it. I don't personally care for under folders, but I love AK's so it's really depends on what you want.
     
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    orly? :o
     
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    From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 2:32 PM
    To: 'Jeremy *******'
    Subject: RE: Savage 110-E 30'06 with scope


    As far as brand,

    This rifle was built from a new parts kit (Romanian G), has a chrome lined barrel, and a receiver that was built out of a flat, and serialized, heat treated, parkerized by Thompson machine.

    Internals (trigger, fire control group was changed to be us compliant.



    I wanted a underfolder, and this is what the builder put on, so as far as brand, it is a Thompson machine AKS



    I could have had wood stock, side folding stock, or whatever I wanted…

    It takes standard AK mags, works fine with the east german 30 rd that I have, if using a mag that has a capacity of more than 30 rds, the stock will not clear the mag when unfolding.

    I wanted something light, and compact.



    I have only shot it 30 rds, & builder shot 4 to ensure function.



    It does not have a scope mount rail on the receiver, but neither did the original..



    I’d estimate worth/replacement cost to be similar to this one http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=77156143



    While it can use regular 30 rd ak mags, a USA one would help. (give 3 more American parts)



    With 400 rds ammo, 7 mags,



    Ideally I’m interested in a savage 110 f series, long action with accutrigger

    Or 10/12 series in 308
     
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    I would go for it, it would be much easier to sell.
     

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