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Old 08-31-2011, 06:40 AM
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Scroll about halfway down. I know these things haven't been avaliable for a while, but come on! Did they suddenly start making the receivers out of gold? Classic Arms usually has very good prices. Just a few months ago you could buy them all day long for $475.00. Bill T.
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Yugo parts kits have dried up.
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Yugo parts kits have dried up.
Not at my house! I stacked 'em deep when they were well under $100.00 each. Romy, yugo, polish, Bulgarian, you name it. It's one of the few times when I bought low and could sell high (but I won't) in my life.
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Not at my house! I stacked 'em deep when they were well under $100.00 each. Romy, yugo, polish, Bulgarian, you name it. It's one of the few times when I bought low and could sell high (but I won't) in my life.
I'm not talking about your house and I don't care what you have hoarded, i'm talking about the manufactures making the new units for sale.
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I'm not talking about your house and I don't care what you have hoarded, i'm talking about the manufactures making the new units for sale.
+1 ! Bill T.
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They are getting rare, they are known to be tanks... what's the question? Limited supply, + demand = higher prices.
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They are getting rare, they are known to be tanks... what's the question? Limited supply, + demand = higher prices.
http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/storeproduct855.aspx
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1) Century made. Go for it.
2) Did you call to see if even that low-grade variation is in stock?
3) Virgin kit? Surplus? Shot out barrel?
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1) Century made. Go for it.
Who made the $800.00 one? Quick with answers, but not the right ones. Bill T.
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Who made the $800.00 one? Quick with answers, but not the right ones. Bill T.
That would imply you have the "right" answer, so then why did you ask the question in the first place?

No idea who made the $800 one, but as long as it wasn't Century, it's probably worth it.

Interested in finding out if the link for the $500 Yugo folder you posted works-out... I'd be surprised if they have the POS Century version in stock at that price. There are very few, non-abused/used-up Yugo kits to be found, thus the price for good, well made rifles.
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I'm not talking about your house and I don't care what you have hoarded, i'm talking about the manufactures making the new units for sale.
Its not hoarding when theres lots to go around. Its hoarding when theres few left and many want. What he did was invest his money wisely.
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I'll take the $489 Romanian underfolder with it's chrome lined barrel for the win.
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All ya gotta do is clean it
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What, and ruin that new AK smell? Won't it depreciate in value if it's ever cleaned and your manpoints be reduced if you think you need to?
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I was looking at the Classic Arms Site and saw this:



What in Tarnation???
I'm simply befuddled! Who though this was a good Idea??? What a Mickey Moused AK. It fell from the proverbial Ugly Tree, and hit every Branch on the way down!
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I was looking at the Classic Arms Site and saw this:



What in Tarnation???
I'm simply befuddled! Who though this was a good Idea??? What a Mickey Moused AK. It fell from the proverbial Ugly Tree, and hit every Branch on the way down!
"Original Butt-Stock from the Saiga Sporter Rifle. Replace your existing stock or add back to AK style rifle above to create a different drop and feel as well as extra length. Personally I like the way this looks.
Item # Saiga-OSS

Price is $14.99 or the very special price of only $9.99 with purchase of rifle above

Note from our tech staff - If you folks are not buying the original stock along with this rifle then you are making a mistake.
Stocks interchange easily and create a totally diferent drop, look and feel to the rifle for less than ten bucks more.
* - If you have a Rifle already and want to add this stock, just let us know. We will give you the same price."



I think Classic Arms is on Meth! Only a Meth head would think that looks good.

$800 Yugo AK -- Meth Head prices!
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