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Stg2000c

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by automate, Mar 2, 2009.

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  1. automate

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    Im looking to buy an STG2000C. Ihave found an IO for $700. Does that seem fair?
     
  2. Palo

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    Offer $600.00 and ask for an extra 30rd. mag or two.
     
  3. Gelgoog

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    omg $600? good god, people wouldnt touch these a year ago for much over $250. if your going to spend 600-700 on an AK ,then there are alot better options out there. Go pick up a bulgarian or a polish and dont look back.
     
  4. Autopistola

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    A year ago they were going for the introductory price of $400; people liked them but hated the cheapo flexible furniture. Bulgarians go for $800+ now, but they are still awesome and that's what I'd get if I wasn't opposed to panic buying.
     
  5. Ian

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    I'd pass on that opportunity. There are cheaper, better AKs to be had.
     
  6. elmerfudd

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    Prices are sky high right now and who knows if they're going to come back down. $700 seems real high, but then again I saw a Yugo underfolder going for $850 the other day and they were $450 just a year ago.
     
  7. Gelgoog

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    yes but when you can get a arsenal AK at around 850, then paying that much for a century yugo just seems plain silly.
     
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