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value of original steyr aug od green?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by yongxingfreesty, Jan 3, 2010.

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  1. yongxingfreesty

    yongxingfreesty Member

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    saw one today at the gun show, od green steyr AUG in OD green. he wanted $2000 for it. is that a good deal?
     
  2. earlthegoat2

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    I have seen them go for much higher. I would think if it was an early import it would go for higher than 2000 though. Im not entirely sure on the values of them though.
     
  3. desidog

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    Is it an actual (pre-import-ban) AUG? or a USR (post-ban "thumbhole")? or an MSAR? That makes a difference. Also, fixed scope, or rail, and barrel length are variables.
     
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    Im thinking it was an MSAR based on the fact it was OD and it was only $2000.
     
  5. yongxingfreesty

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    It had no stampings of MSAR on the OD green plastic or metal part.
    He said it was original steyr and barrel length was 16"

    i remember these going for more than $3000 on gunbroker.com, but not sure if the prices have come down because the new release of the AUG a3.

    when looking through fixed scope, you see a black circle ring as the sight picture.
     
  6. cornman

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    Depends on the profit margin. If it costs $500 to make and is being sold for $2000 it is not a deal. Find out the invoice price if you can.
     
  7. raz-0

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    I suspect now that microtech is making a good copy of the AUG, it isn't worth as much as it used to be.
     
  8. Afy

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    Original as close to NIB as possible... about $1400 around here.
     
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    But aren't you in France, Afy?

    That has about the same bearing on us as the price of AKs around the world...an AK in a third world country, full auto, is dirt cheap. Here, we are limited to semi-auto clones (because we have an actual, effective gov't that limits the imports) and they cost currently around $400 and up, depending on what model you are looking at.

    Around here, before the Microtechs and such, AUGs were pretty high priced.
     
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