What can you tell me about this Chinese 75 round drum.

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    What can you tell me about this Chinese 75 round drum.

    What can you tell me about this Chinese 75 round drum. I purchased it maybe 20 years ago, I don't remember what I paid for it, but at the time, I thought it was expensive. I loaded it once and shot it once (I couldn't afford the ammo at the time). Flawless. It was just heavy and bulky to tote around so I cleaned it up and put it in the attic.

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    Nice 75 round Chinese drum you have there!

    Wanted to take your survey but I can't, you see I own a Chinese 75 round and 100 round, Romanian 75, an Uzi drum as well as a Beta-C for my ARs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saj View Post
    What can you tell me about this Chinese 75 round drum. I purchased it maybe 20 years ago, I don't remember what I paid for it, but at the time, I thought it was expensive. I loaded it once and shot it once (I couldn't afford the ammo at the time). Flawless. It was just heavy and bulky to tote around so I cleaned it up and put it in the attic.

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    Triangle 36, most common Chinese drum, usually go between 100-150 depending on condition, rust, scratches etc.

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    I picked 'other' as I have ALL the ones listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodspeed View Post
    Triangle 36, most common Chinese drum, usually go between 100-150 depending on condition, rust, scratches etc.
    You must NOT have bought any lately either. For some reason folks pay STUPID prices for Chinese drums. The 'copies' that are marked as circle 10 drums bring the $100-150. REAL Chinese ones usually start at $175 and go as high as $300 for the 100 rounder ones.

 

 

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