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How mush should I sell my Yugo Tok + accessories for?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Saturnine, Apr 2, 2012.

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  1. Saturnine

    Saturnine Member

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    How much should I sell my Yugo Tok + accessories for?

    I'm considering selling my Yugo Tokarev and related accessories/ammo and was wondering what a reasonable asking price would be for the lot.

    The gun is in decent condition; it's clearly surplus, but it hasn't been abused and the inside of the barrel looks perfect. It shoots well, I've put ~1,000 rounds through it without any problems. I have the original grips as well as a set of Marschal Grips, seven magazines, the holster and cleaning rod they come with, and a sealed can of Polish ammo plus five or so boxes of the same.

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    Would I do better to sell it all as a package or list things separately? What should I ask for the bunch? The ammo is going for more now than what I paid for it, but does a surplus gun lose any value from being "used"? I'd prefer to do FTF instead of shipping it all, that seems like it might make it harder to find a buyer, but I could possibly get a better price for it since there's no shipping and they'd have the option of checking it out first.

    So any advice on selling this stuff? Can anybody give me a general idea of what I should ask for it? Thanks.
     
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  2. Brin

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    If I could pick it up I would give you $450to $500 for all of it. I live in Oregon. Where do you live.
     
  3. Saturnine

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    South Carolina, sorry.
     
  4. Snowdog

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    Man, the sealed spam can of Polish surplus probably goes for as much if not more than the pistol itself. I was fortunate to stock up on that and Yugoslavian military surplus PPU before it started to dry up.

    If it wasn't for the two M57 I already have, I'd be interested for certain. They're great fun!
     
  5. jonnyc

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    Everything you've got is still pretty much available retail. Add it all up and give someone a deal as a lot price.
     
  6. ChuteTheMall

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    I think the Yugo mags are fairly rare, so they really sweeten the deal.
     
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    A couple of places sell the mags now, about $27 per.
     
  8. HGM22

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    The Yugo Tokarevs were selling for $200 not too long ago. Not sure how much the ammo is going for now, but it did all dry up so its definitely gone up in value. And those Yugo mags are hard to find (one reason I opted not to get a Yugo Tok).
     
  9. leadcounsel

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    $200-250 for the pistol, add about $30 for the grips.
    $.15 cents per round for the ammo is fair market value
    $25 per mag.

    Add it up.
     
  10. bigfatdave

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    leadcounsel's estimate is pretty close to mine. Nice grips!
     
  11. Saturnine

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    Thanks guys, now I just need to decide if I want to sell. It's fun, but it's just a range toy and I could really use something more practical. I've been hunting deer with a Mosin, so I could stand an upgrade there, and I don't have a defensive carbine yet either. Hmmm.
     
  12. MrDig

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    "How mush should I sell my Yugo Tok + accessories for?"
    ask for pollenta then you can come down on price :rolleyes:
    Sorry I couldn't resist when I saw the typo
    back to your regular thread
     
  13. bluethunder1962

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    I live in the upste of sc.I will be glad to meet you. What is your best price?
     
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