Pricing on a MAK90?

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Pricing on a MAK90?

Postby Goods2010 » Thu Oct 30, 2014 2:59 pm

Ran across an a MAK90 that had an under-folding stock. Wondering what would be a fair price for such a thing. No mags, no ammo, and no furniture. Just barrel, receiver, and guts.

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Re: Pricing on a MAK90?

Postby Rod » Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:58 pm

From my best guess, about 250 bucks. Complete ones are selling on Gunbroker for 575 and up but very few bids on any of them. Figure you have to get the wood, mags, and other essentials and that'll bring the price up to over 500 bucks.
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Re: Pricing on a MAK90?

Postby rightisright » Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:29 pm

Is it stamped or milled? People pay more for the milled ones since they made less of them. To me, I wouldn't pay a premium for milled unless it were a collector's piece. Not worth the extra weight.

FWIW, you can use standard AK furniture if you don't care about keeping it authentic. Keep in mind, some MAK 90s have a slant cut receiver.

I actually broke the stock on one of my 90s. Someone from previous fora was kind enough to send me a free straight cut stock. It looks like crap on my slant cut receiver, but does the job. Is AK. Is shoot!


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