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It'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 +/-
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
 

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Doesnt look like the lower tang is installed...be careful with the stock as the upper tang is prone to breakage without the lower tang installed! Otherwise a beautiful SA93.

It is partially converted so its kind of "in between" two desirable configurations.... my estimate is between 1300-1600.
 

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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
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.
 

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$1400 on a good day. Not even properly converted ones are going for $1800+ they’re sitting.
The one sale currently showing on GunBroker was for $1,575 and this one is nicer.
Arsenal sa93…Bulgarian AK 47.sa 93 - Semi Auto Rifles at GunBroker.com : 911784745

Gunbroker is not a good indicator of prices the forums are. You’re going to see all kinds of dumb results from gunjoker.
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.

Looks like Mak 90 furniture on it
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.

This shouldn't be more than $1500
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.
 
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