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Thinking about buying a dragunov

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jordan1948, Jun 1, 2009.

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  1. jordan1948

    jordan1948 Member

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    There's one in a local shop for either 825 or 875 can't remember exactly. Anyways is this a good price for one of these? It looked fine other than it could use a really good cleaning. I didn't get the make either. Also are there any aftermarket stocks available that are easy on the wallet. Thanks.
     
  2. 7.5-Swiss

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    If its a real druganov and in good condition, that's a pretty good price.

    But - are you sure its not a PSL?
    (See here)
    http://www.aimsurplus.com/acatalog/Romanian_PSL-54C_7.62x54R_Rifle.html

    PSL's are by all accounts pretty good shooters, but while visually they are similar to druganovs, mechanically they are more like an AK47. They generally sell from 600 - 700.
     
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    Like I said I didn't get make so it very well could've been. But still if I could get hime down to 775 would that be a good deal. I mean pretty much everything around here semi-auto is way overpriced anyway.
     
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