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Old 07-08-2012, 03:42 AM   #21
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$1400 for an Arsenal is way high and if truth be told,I imagine a WASR-10/63 will do anything an Arsenal will, it just wont look as pretty and will never be worth as much.

Plus all an Arsenal is, is a factory converted Saiga.
Tell me more about the differences and which one I should get next then because I love my CAI
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I will vote for the Mini 14 also. Check out the prices at CDNN.

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Old 07-08-2012, 10:39 PM   #23
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Tell me more about the differences and which one I should get next then because I love my CAI
CAI AK's (provided you got a good one) are good budget AK's that aren't likely to ever be collectible.

Saiga's are Russian made AK's built in a sporter configuration for importation, they can be converted into traditional style AK's.

Arsenal AK's are Saiga's that have been professionally converted, they are very nicely done, but have nothing that cant be done to a Saiga by the user.

Building a fully converted Saiga will be a bit cheaper than buying an Arsenal, so it mostly depends on what you want and how much work you are willing to do.
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Thank you I will probably get a saiga then

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Thank you I will probably get a saiga then
No problem, if you don't mind the factory Saiga's fore end, then a basic rear conversion can be done for about $150
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No problem, if you don't mind the factory Saiga's fore end, then a basic rear conversion can be done for about $150
Ya I wanna deck this one out and put a slide-fire in it
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Ya I wanna deck this one out and put a slide-fire in it
$350 will get you a lot of ammunition thus knowhow. Both much more valuable than gadgets.
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Get an AR, you can buy 9mm and 40 uppers for them. And a whole lot of different calibers

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The SKS is a well-made, inexpensive gun which is dependable.

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Ya I wanna deck this one out and put a slide-fire in it
slidefire is a waste of money...6 months of video games will get you a faster trigger finger...
and you'll be more accurate when actually looking thru the sights
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