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Old 06-22-2014, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default WASR or Centurion or Saiga

Looking for 7.62x39 sub $700 range, hoping you will weigh in. Shooting on farm, at range, maybe hunting. Thanks.

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Old 06-23-2014, 12:58 AM   #2
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You know what, I couldn't wait on y'all any longer and bought none of the above, went for the IO Inc. - Sporter....that should show you not to post a reply to my thread buncha wankers.



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Couldn't get your hands on an SKS?


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Plenty of them but not a fan, I have been in an AK or bust kind of mission over the last few days. Thanks to gunbroker, mission accomplished!

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You can get a wasr 10/63 for $499.00 at J&G Sales and the Wasr 10/63 is a decent rifle. Are you looking for a converted Saiga?

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I just read the post where you stated you already purchased a firearm after posting this.

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Nice looking AK, I hope you didn't pay too much.
Check out these prices.

http://www.royaltigerimports.com/shop.html#!/~/category/id=2251894&offset=0&sort=addedTimeDesc

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Glad to say I only paid 550

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Hope it works out for you! Low end AKs usually do, I've had my cheap WASR-10/63 7+ years and still am pleased with it.

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Yep I've had a couple of WASR 10/63s. No frills, no problems.

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I only paid $599 + tax for my Centurian 39 Sporter. I've got just shy of 500 rds down range with it with zero malfunctions. A 100% U.S. made AK-47 variant with a milled receiver, what's not to like?

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