It's in perfect condition. If I was to list it for sale what would be the proper description and sale price for it ? I wanna make sure it's listed correctly. I appreciate the infoIt's a milled receiver, looks new. Arsenal makes some of the finest AK's so you have a nice gun there. Its retail value is ~$1800 +/-
Google "Arsenal milled AK" for a description. Check gunbroker for what they are going for. You may have to check your state and local laws, if you're unsure I would take it to a gun store in your area and ask them.It's in perfect condition. If I was to list it for sale what would be the proper description and sale price for it ? I wanna make sure it's listed correctly. I appreciate the info
The one sale currently showing on GunBroker was for $1,575 and this one is nicer.$1400 on a good day. Not even properly converted ones are going for $1800+ they’re sitting.
I'd say GunBroker is a better indicator if it's an actual auction and the seller has good feedback. The auction listed above checks those two boxes.Gunbroker is not a good indicator of prices the forums are. You’re going to see all kinds of dumb results from gunjoker.
But it's not. I remember those furniture sets being sold back in the day. They were either Bulgarian or Hungarian, I forget which. They're nice looking though.Looks like Mak 90 furniture on it
I'd say this is easily a $1,500 rifle. Add another $100 to $150 if the original box, accessories, stock set, etc. are included. That said, the OP has four posts and doesn't appear to be a GunBroker seller. No offense, but that's going to really hurt the list of potential buyers. I wouldn't take the risk on such a transaction. This might limit to in person or a local gun shop. Less potential buyers equates to a lower selling price.This shouldn't be more than $1500