Currently they've got a MAK 90 loaded up with a bunch of crappy after market junk that would need to be replaced, and would likely cost an additional $150-$200. The price tag on it is $799, and they won't budge. So for now, I've passed. I'm not well versed on AKs and their various quality ranges, so I don't know if the MAK 90 is a collectible rifle, and worth putting the money into or not. Personally, I don't see any AK worth a grand or more. This one is not in pristine condition, shows a lot of use, but the bore looks good. Needed to be cleaned. It's got a crummy aftermarket Dragunov style plastic stock, a cheap feeling plastic fore end, and a tri railed dust cover. :vomit: So new furniture and a new dust cover (the rail is rivited on) would be a must. I'm looking for a range plinker in 7.62x39, and an SKS isn't cutting it. I got back and.forth with the SKS, and it's great for what it is, but I want a cheap AK. I'd be happy with a WASR 10, which I also missed out on at the LGS. Too slow I guess. Aside from being a milled receiver (are all MAK 90s milled?) and the fact that they aren't being imported anymore, and haven't been for years, what, if anything, would make it worth $800 in its current condition?