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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Nice looking rifle. Was this for re-sale, and did it have work done to it?
    It's not for sale neither for some work. Someone bring it to me and I bought it. Maybe will sale it after some time or maybe not. Don't know yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard W. View Post
    Wow. Nice photos.

    May I ask what type of camera you use?
    A normal phone camera. Oppo F5.
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    Note the cut of the rear of the receiver, and then think Poly Tech Legend folder. The long banned Legend folder is the closest you can come to that rifle, but in semi-auto only.

    Thanks again for sharing those photos, and enjoy a rifle that we in a supposedly free country cannot own.
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    thats realkky nice, must cost top |$$ for that,

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    Post up some video of you shooting it.
    needs moar AK

    or beer


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    You guys say 1982-83 production? Kind of surprising to me that they still made milled rifles that late, especially since it looked like the barrel was also threaded judging from the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfell View Post
    thats realkky nice, must cost top |$$ for that,
    That dude who showed up with gun was in need of money so I bought it for 1500$. Still thought I got it a bit high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    Post up some video of you shooting it.
    oh yes soon you will see my shooting video's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashfaq Shah View Post
    That dude who showed up with gun was in need of money so I bought it for 1500$. Still thought I got it a bit high.
    Serious question: What does that amount of money equate to in Pakistan? An average monthly salary, annual salary? Just trying to get a feel for how that would compare if such an animal were available here in the US.

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    So why isn't the barrel threaded on the end?
    Buy It Cheap!
    Stack It Deep!

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    Not unusual to fine Norinco barrels not threaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haris122 View Post
    You guys say 1982-83 production? Kind of surprising to me that they still made milled rifles that late, especially since it looked like the barrel was also threaded judging from the pics.
    Would be interesting to know when the last military contract milled rifles were built and sold. I know the "retro" Poly Legend series from the late 80's were milled but the receivers might have been forged in presses that had been mothballed years before and not in continual use.

 

 
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