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    86 tula krink price check

    Hey guys, I've been out of the hobby for a handful of years and am starting to look at selling some of my collection. I had a 86 Tula Krink kit built up by Inrange and its the first to go but I honestly have no idea what to price it at. AK74u llc receiver, Blue Jack bbl, numbers matching 86 tula parts kit, being sold as an SBR. What would a fair price be? Thanks!










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    strangely enough, it's probably worth more as a parts kit.

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    I think the price you have it at is perfect(cheap and should sell fast) and it looks like such a sweet rifle! I want it!!!!
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    Is that a Bulgarian rail?

    Personally, I’d put it on GunBroker at a $0.01 start 14 day auction and see what happens. Include lots of pictures and all the details. I’m guessing you’ll get $1500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Is that a Bulgarian rail?

    Personally, I’d put it on GunBroker at a $0.01 start 14 day auction and see what happens. Include lots of pictures and all the details. I’m guessing you’ll get $1500.
    Looks like a Collector's Source rail.

    Considering all the components are top tier $3000 is not out of line.

    I'd b tempted myself but I don't plan to get any more tax stamps and I already have all the same parts and receiver with approved stamp - mine just needs assembly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    Is that a Bulgarian rail?

    Personally, Id put it on GunBroker at a $0.01 start 14 day auction and see what happens. Include lots of pictures and all the details. Im guessing youll get $1500.

    Much more. Kits have been going for 2-2500
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    Minus $1000 off the price for having that grip on there.
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    I could be low on the price. Having the correct replica rail adds a bit. My rifle is the same (even made by Troy), except that it has the original grip installed. Seriously, put on the correct grip before taking sale pictures. Authentic is what collectors want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    I could be low on the price. Having the correct replica rail adds a bit. My rifle is the same (even made by Troy), except that it has the original grip installed. Seriously, put on the correct grip before taking sale pictures. Authentic is what collectors want.
    This.

    Not trying to bust your chops man, but if I was on the fence to spend $3k on a rifle, and the pics had that grip on it, I would be swayed to save my money. It ruins the whole presentation and makes me think what other, if any, inaccuracies are there with the build. Pics sell guns, not whats included but not pictured. Best of luck, please don't be offended.

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    complete 3,500-4,500 .. depends on buyer.. if you sell it as a kit.. no barrel 2,000 just kit.. add 250-500 for the barrel and 100-250 for receiver

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_90teg View Post
    complete 3,500-4,500 .. depends on buyer.. if you sell it as a kit.. no barrel 2,000 just kit.. add 250-500 for the barrel and 100-250 for receiver
    I hope the OP can get that kind of money, but I don't see it happening. Kit builds are typically worth the sum of their parts. Assembly by a reputable builder might help a little. A factory built Sig 553 can be purchased for $4,000. There are simply more compelling options once one gets over $2,000.
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    I was in the market to buy a AKS74U (but I found a kit)and you could definitely get $3000 to $4000 and possibly more for this rifle.The only main issue with your rifle is it already registered as an SBR and NFA items are sometimes hard to move.I saw 1 sell on Gunbroker for over $4000 maybe a month ago but it was pinned and welded.

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    One could off to pin/weld and remove it from the registry if the buyer wants that done.
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    Remember the whole debacle forthe pistol grip when they first came in... specific mold number or somethinglol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    … A factory built Sig 553 can be purchased for $4,000. There are simply more compelling options once one gets over $2,000.
    Personally, I would tend to agree - in part because this kit's already in my queue - but "compelling" is in the eye of the beholder.
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