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I got it from a friend awhile back and I don't want it anymore, it's a Chinese model and reading up on the serials its from early to mid 70s and of course has the folding bayonet... what's a price I could put the thing at to get rid of it quick so I can add something more interesting to my collection to replace it??
Any help on pricing is appreciated.
 

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what he said.. especially at this current time.. id make an offer myself right now but dont have the extra funds for a few more weeks.
 

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Eh, just send it to me and I'll take care of it for you. j/k I agree with the other two, but I would consider hanging on to it. I think they're good little rifles, ammo's cheap, and they are easy to work on. I really enjoy mine. Good luck.
 

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You say stuck like having an SKS is a bad thing :/ There are plenty of SKS nuts (myself included) that would be happy to relieve you of your burden. If u are looking for a quick sale put a price of $2-250 and i bet u have it sold in minutes no matter what method u use to sell :)
 

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If you have a Chinese SKS, you've got one of the very best.

These have the chrome chamber and bore. you shouldn't have any trouble moving it for $400.

I'd keep it if I were you.
 

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I have an sks. That is my son's favorite gun. You will get a lot more than $200 in an auction. In this crazy time I would not be suprised to see someone pony up $500 in an auction.
 
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