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Old 01-24-2012, 12:56 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a gun under 500$ probly for shooting for fun a car gun anything I don't care whatever in that price range.
Most likely a long gun . Also I already have a mosin and a 10/22 so any ideas?
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Old 01-24-2012, 01:25 AM   #2
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SKS-(7.62x39mm. Cheap ammo, tons of parts available, and fun to shoot.)($250-$300)
AK-47-(7.62x39mm. Cheap ammo, tons of parts available, fun to shoot, and uses detachable 20-30 up to 100 rd mags)($400-$600)
Remington 870 express-(reliable, and fun)($200-$300)
Mossberg 500-(also reliable and fun)($300)
One of the Lee Enfeilds like the No. 1 Mk III or one of the other SMLE's-(.303 brit. Really accurate)($300-$550)
Yugo Mauser-(8mm mauser. Cheap to shoot, and pretty accurate)($200-$250)
Marlin XL or XL7-(comes in several calibers, and are really accurate. Basically a $700-$900 gun in a $350 pachage)
98K Mauser-(8mm mauser. Cheap to shoot and really accurate)($200-$250)

Just to name a few.

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Something in 7.62X39 .....Like an AK or SKS. Cost less to shoot.
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What about carbines
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There is a Lee Enfield Jungle Carbine. They run about $550 on gunbroker.
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Im ready to spend my tax money and have $600 to spend.
What about a cheap wasr10 from fleet farm they go for $450

Or im going to get glock 23 any input

I have xd9 sub, kel tec pf9, judge public defender, sig 1911 .22lr and a mosin nagant sniper.
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everyone needs an AK.
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Im ready to spend my tax money and have $600 to spend.
What about a cheap wasr10 from fleet farm they go for $450

Or im going to get glock 23 any input

I have xd9 sub, kel tec pf9, judge public defender, sig 1911 .22lr and a mosin nagant sniper.
Since you have a few pistols already, I'd go with the AK.
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What should a person look for in a ak? Is there going to be more problems down the road with a cheaper stamped version?
Thanks for the input.
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What should a person look for in a ak? Is there going to be more problems down the road with a cheaper stamped version?
Thanks for the input.
I'm not sure (I don't have an AK yet). I hear that the WASR AKs are pretty good, but some can have issues with the sites. If you can pick one out in person, this can eliminate this.

Someone with more experience with AKs then me should respond soon.
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