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Arsenal Ak 47

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by drf, Feb 2, 2012.

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  1. drf

    drf Member

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    Wanting to buy an Arsenal AK 47 with folding stock. I live in Michigan, where can I buy one and what would I b looking to spend? Thanks for any info.
     
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  4. drf

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    Thank you for the information, was wanting to buy directly in store instead of ordering through a ffl
     
  5. mshootnit

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    I'd buy an older SLR-95 and put an Ace sidefolder on it.
     
  6. Pat M

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    I'm interested in the Arsenal as well, and I would prefer to inspect it at the shop before taking delivery. I've heard that even $800 AKs have been known to have canted sights.
     
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    mshootnit; I'm curious why would you buy a slr-95 are they better ? cheaper ? Thanks ahead of time for a reply.
     
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    Because they are the sweetest milled AK's Bulgaria has ever produced! I second using KVAR, you're not going to find much of a selection in Michigan.

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  9. amprecon

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    I bought a SLR-95 in 1999 or 2000 for $385, I will never part with this rifle.
     
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