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Value of Chrome Makarov?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Husker1911, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Value of Nickel Makarov?

    I'd appreciate some help/info on what price to offer a .380 Makarov in near new condition. It's manufactured by Imez in Russia, the model IJ70-17AS. It features the nickel factory finish and adjustable sights. It comes complete with the leather flap holster and two proper magazines which have nickled base plates.

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2006
  2. 1 old 0311

    1 old 0311 member

    Actually I believe it is nickel finish. They go for $200.00-$225.00.
  3. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Thank you, I've edited the chrome to nickel.
  4. M2 Carbine

    M2 Carbine Well-Known Member

    Since I didn't see ANY Makarovs at the gun show last week below $350, if I were you I'd hold on to it for a while.
    You hardly see just a plain jane Mak for under $200 anymore.

    A while back I paid $300 for this one like yours (like new condition) and I don't even like .380.:)


    And $340 for this East German that a dealer had finished for his private gun.

  5. denfoote

    denfoote Well-Known Member

    Grope. Grope. Drool. Drool.

    Those are some fine look'in shooting irons ya got there, M2!!!!!
  6. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Not the best photo, but here's the .380 nickel Mak. Makarov.com sez the value is $200-$300, and that info is becoming a little dated. Thanks for the advice, but I've run into some unexpected bills. :fire:

  7. tracer

    tracer Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately 380 ammo has become cheaper than 9x18,causing me to opt for no Makarovs.
  8. Anna's Dad

    Anna's Dad Well-Known Member


    You've got to stop posting that E. German Mak. That's at least the third time I've seen it. The cleaning crew at my office is going to start complaining about the drool stains! ;)
  9. M2 Carbine

    M2 Carbine Well-Known Member

    I understand.:D

    With me it's a love-hate relationship.
    I'm not a fan of shiny guns, but darn that's a nice looking gun.

    The picture doesn't do it justice.
  10. bluetopper

    bluetopper Well-Known Member

    I've got this one listed for sale on the Mak trader forum on gunboards.com



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