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SOG announced a month or so back that they were closing. They ran a firesale of sorts on whatever odds and ends that were in the warehouse for a few weeks, website went down a few days ago.  Like other sellers of milsurps, as their supply of surplus dried up, sales tapered off to nothing.  Many of these older milsurp dealers are closing, Samco  a few years ago as an example. There will almost certainly be more, AIM has managed to transition their store into a seller of modern arms, Classic Firearms is slowly doing the same.  The Milsurp market is now almost wholly from secondary sources, the age of massive imports of WWII and earlier firearms is over ...

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Back in my FFL days (25 years ago), SOG was one of my major suppliers.  I use to buy Chinese SKS $19.99 each.  One Labor Day weekend, I purchased I think 100 SKS a few days before with free shipping, sold all but a few for $39.99 that weekend.  SOG was good to deal with back then.  

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13 minutes ago, runco said:

Back in my FFL days (25 years ago), SOG was one of my major suppliers.  I use to buy Chinese SKS $19.99 each.  One Labor Day weekend, I purchased I think 100 SKS a few days before with free shipping, sold all but a few for $39.99 that weekend.  SOG was good to deal with back then.  

:cry:can we go back in time?? I want to buy like 100 of those

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