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Best place for K31s?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by spartacus2002, Oct 11, 2004.

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  1. spartacus2002

    spartacus2002 Member

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    I've seen K31s offered at different places online for different prices. Who has the best condition K31s? Are the AIM Surplus rifles beaters or in good condition?
     
  2. WhoKnowsWho

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    Both SOG and AIM carry the rifles.

    AIM had some select condition ones a while back but no longer has them listed.

    Both will be about the same, the same wear on the stock at the butt.

    For individually graded rifles, http://www.allans-armory.com lists each and every one he has.
     
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    Empire Arms also has K31s with individual grades and descriptions.
     
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    FWIW,
    Here's a pic of the K31 I got from SOG a couple months ago.
    I paid the extra ten bucks for the handpicked rifle, and it isn't in half bad condition :)
    -Nic[​IMG]
     
  5. Sam Adams

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    I'll second Allan's Armory. He's a VERY friendly guy, and delivers exactly what he promises. He's also had a bad time with the hurricanes, so it would be nice to help him out in the process of getting a great rifle. You will pay a bit more than at SOG or AIM, but you are essentially getting a hand-picked rifle (not just the best of the 1st 5 that some clerk picks out of the stock room. I got a 1941, which HAD to have been used to help deter the Germans from invading, for $120, and it is in very good condition (and for me the important part is the barrel). This is the same price that AIM charged for its "select grade" rifles about 1 month ago.
     
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