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I have a couple of clones that I may sell off due to the slow economy.
Both were Bulgarian kits with the trunnion markings redone as Russian. i had them assembled on nds receivers by red jacket prior to their tv appearance.
The aks-74u has a real Russian pg and reproduction hand guards. This is a sbr. Any idea of fair value?
the aks-74 has all real Russian wood. Value?
I will hate to see these sexy rifles go but you gotta do what you gotta do.
Thanks for the help guys.
 

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The krink probably could fetch 2 grand. The 74 (fixed stock right?) $1,200 with the furniture.. maybe a bit more since I don't know how much russian furniture is worth.

I may be off. original barrels are a big plus these days.
 

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Right now is a hard time to sell higher priced AK's.Xmas coming,seems nobody has no funds right now.Check the boards,might give you some insight as how the market is going.
 

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Both were Bulgarian kits with the trunnion markings redone as Russian. i had them assembled on nds receivers by red jacket prior to their tv appearance.
The aks-74u has a real Russian pg and reproduction hand guards. This is a sbr. Any idea of fair value?
the aks-74 has all real Russian wood. Value
Are the barrels the original ones that came with the kits? Do the receiver serial numbers match the serial numbers on the trunnions?
 
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