AK deal I couldn't pass up......


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model 649
March 11, 2006, 09:21 PM
Went to our locally recurrent gunshow today for a look-see at AK stock and prices. I was interested in an SSR-85C-2 from Armory. There was only one to be found and it was a nice side-folder. Price was too rich for me and as I put it back down, the man behind the table asked what I thought of it. I told him it was nice but too expensive for me. (Usually at this show there isn't much to be seen or had of haggling, so I wasn't going there.) He said if I wanted to take it home, the price was negotiable. I was kind of shocked. I made an offer of what the standard-stocked version goes for around here($550) and he said O.K.:D Out came the wallet and my CPL as, here in Michigan, anything under 30" is considered a handgun. They measure with the stock folded. No matter, I'm happy with it for my first AK. How'd I do?
Josh

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The-Fly
March 11, 2006, 10:18 PM
Armory makes good AK's, i got one myself, but with wood instead of the folder.

SCI
March 11, 2006, 11:59 PM
Hey Josh
If its a pistol can ya carry it concealed with a cpl ?
hmmmm iwb or ankle holster




steve

model 649
March 12, 2006, 12:57 AM
I'm thinking YES, on a sling under a lab coat (the kind with the side slots for reaching inside the coat). If its legally a pistol...............:neener:
Maybe I can do the "bum leg" carry in some sweat pants? I'll have to use a bit shorter mag but what the hey?
Josh

pmbiker
March 12, 2006, 08:14 AM
Nice rifle, er, um, I mean pistol.:uhoh:

Armory USA makes fine AKs, much nicer than the dime-a-dozen romanian wasr.

armoredman
March 12, 2006, 08:56 AM
I wanted an Armory, but all I could afford was the WASR - but it came with 1200 rounds of Wolf, too!:neener:

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