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    Any word on when these will be out? I am definitely interested...
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    That all depends on how firm you are on the G22G4
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    Talk to me, Goose
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    I’ll see what I can find out.
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    Are PSA’s current AK offerings decent and reliable?

    I have a Norinco with the standard Clinton-era setup of no flash hider and a thumbhole stock. I’d like a new AK but always been skeptical of the typical imports made from eastern bloc parts kits.

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    It's still about 2 months+/- out Rat.

    The PSAK47 is 100% new us made parts, nothing from a kit and nothing imported. At this point I would say that they are rock solid guns that I would not hesitate to own.
    PS that Norinco is probably worth a few more dollars than it was when Epstein's wing man was in the WH.
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    I have a Poly Tech AKS-762 in great shape that's about to go on the market. 1988-89 import. Going nationwide on this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MediaGuy View Post
    It's still about 2 months+/- out Rat.
    I'll set aside money and wait. I like that it has a FN barrel. Have they said yet whether it's gonna be chrome lined or nitride?
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    Stamped or milled receiver?
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    That’s one of the few good things that comes out of China. How much are you going to ask?
    I would imagine it will be chrome lined, that would be the only net positive over using the nitride barrel we make already other than name dropping.
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    My Poly has a milled receiver from I can tell. It's going on an auction site through a local service. They are fetching over $1500, sometimes much more.
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    Milled receivers are cut from a block of steel and are heavy, stamped receivers are just that.
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    Yep. And it's heavy.

    Here's an old article I found about it.
    https://www.gunsandammo.com/editoria...aks-762/249921
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    I'd wait another 6-10 months to list it Rat, the market is about to change drastically I'm afraid. It would be like selling gold on the six months prior to the end of the gold standard.
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    Yeah that might be best sure enough.... just don't wanna be caught holding it.
    Last edited by Swamp Rat; 08-18-2019 at 12:21 PM.
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