So what would YOU do???


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Shweboner
March 9, 2004, 02:33 PM
Ive been offered by a friend of mine, a trade.

He wants my WASR-10 Hicap 2 E.G. 30rnd mags & 2 Bulgy Synth mags

He's willing to give me: Enfield SMLE w/a pretty damn nice scope mount (& not one of those wire wrapped stocks)
NIB Taurus PT22 w/1mag and a TZ99 w/ 2hicaps which is also in very good shape (the tz99 is what was the CZ99, which is a copy of a Sig226)

So should I give up my AK for three more guns???? just for reference I already have

CETME
SKS
VZ24
MN 91/30
MN M44
Enfield SMLE .410 conversion
Ruger 10/22
Marlin 25N (.22)
HiPoint 995 carbine
Ithica 12ga
Mossberg 12ga
NEF 12ga
makarov
Arcus 94
Springfield XD9

WHAT WOULD YOU DO???? This is a tough one... I almost think I should jump on it but what do you guys think?

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Greg L
March 9, 2004, 02:36 PM
Sounds like a good trade for you. What's the market/replacement value of everything? It seems like it would come down better on your end than his.

jojosdad
March 9, 2004, 02:44 PM
I'd do it - at least you live in a place you can have AKs and hicap mags to trade - (another fine KA whine)

OEF_VET
March 9, 2004, 02:56 PM
I'd do it in a heartbeat. Your rifle with mags is worth $400 at the farthest stretch. The SMLE, P22 and TZ99 are worth at least that much. Besides, the SMLE would go well with the one you already have, you are missing a .22 pistol, and you already have a CETME and an SKS in your stable.

Frank

hksw
March 9, 2004, 06:04 PM
That's a pretty good starter's collection you got going.

IMO, sell the AK for the three guns, then save up and buy another AK.

clubsoda22
March 9, 2004, 07:04 PM
IMO, sell the AK for the three guns, then save up and buy another AK.

I agree. Take the 3 guns and save up for an Arsenal AK :D

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