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Old 07-19-2011, 04:54 AM   #21
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I Just to make WoC want one even more........
Thanks. You did make me want one more. I really have no desire to go searching for a rifle to buy but I really would like to own an SKS. I would treat it like a rare treasure.
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What a great deal! You could sell it for more than twice as much.
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Old 07-19-2011, 08:02 PM   #23
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What a great deal! You could sell it for more than twice as much.
Or I can hang on to it and love it and squeeze it! MUHAHAHA lol
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enjoy i've ran 5000 plus rounds personally with out a hickup threw my shooter the other norinco i have i dont shoot , there great guns with a great design , last range trip the wife got it hot enough that the shiny finish ( what ever it may be ) started blistering and coming off ... I KNOW RIGHT ..... but to my surprize she never locked up and never lost accuracy ( with in reason ) you have found one of the greatest range guns in my opinion .
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enjoy i've ran 5000 plus rounds personally with out a hickup threw my shooter the other norinco i have i dont shoot , there great guns with a great design , last range trip the wife got it hot enough that the shiny finish ( what ever it may be ) started blistering and coming off ... I KNOW RIGHT ..... but to my surprize she never locked up and never lost accuracy ( with in reason ) you have found one of the greatest range guns in my opinion .


Yeah its very fun to shoot! I have only taken it to the range once so far but it was a blast!
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my dad paid about that much for an sks... 15 years ago. you got a good price. i was raised on that thing and ive always loved shooting it. my dad's is chinese, but it has a spike bayonet on it. congrats on the buy, you wont find a gun thats more fun to shoot. its surprising how accurate it is.
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my dad paid about that much for an sks... 15 years ago. you got a good price. i was raised on that thing and ive always loved shooting it. my dad's is chinese, but it has a spike bayonet on it. congrats on the buy, you wont find a gun thats more fun to shoot. its surprising how accurate it is.
Thanks! yeah I got a heck of a good deal! And yes it is very fun to shoot and its very accurate. I have wanted one for years and I actually went looking for a AK when I found it and when he told me $200 at first I couldnt believe it but then I was like will you take less? So He came down to $166 plus tax and a free case. So I came out pretty good and all the numbers match!
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Hey the gun looks great. Looks like an early model. In NJ that gun would bring $400+. Good luck, go have some fun...
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Hey the gun looks great. Looks like an early model. In NJ that gun would bring $400+. Good luck, go have some fun...
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