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Old 12-19-2010, 01:06 AM   #1
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Cabellas has yugo sks on sale for 359.00 deal or no deal?

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Old 12-19-2010, 03:03 AM   #2
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Well, 359.00 for an SKS is not a great deal, but not a ripoff either. I would perhaps try to being them down 25 dollars.

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Cabellas has yugo sks on sale for 359.00 deal or no deal?
It really depends on the condition. If it is unissued and in great shape, that is a good price.

Different sellers rate condition differently, too. Best thing is to get your hands on one and look it over really well for numbers matching, the condition of the metal, dings or repairs in the stock, and so forth.

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as said- depends on condition- and who made it.

For a Russian SKS- OK price
For a Chinese SKS- a bit high
For a Yugo- pretty high.

Check out closed sales, past 90 days on gunbroker and auctionrms. Remember that you would have to pay shipping and a transfer fee if you bought on line.

The SKS can be a fun shooter- prices have been creeping up (like everything else) but shop around a bit.

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They are Yugo number matching

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