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I had basically a LNIB Norinco that I had $250 or $300 in. I know people older than me were able to pick these up for under $100, but even at $300 I wish I had kept it. It was an amazing rifle/piece of history. I wish I had never sold it.

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There are two in my safe. One is a regular commercial Norinco with a spike bayonet, and the other is an "M" that takes AK magazines. They are neat, well built rifles. I don't have that much in both of them.

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18 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

Those prices are nuts. Thanks Bill. 

Those prices are normal, in 2019 ...

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2 minutes ago, No_0ne said:

Those prices are normal, in 2019 ...

Well, 2019 has a long list of things about it that are just plain nuts so those prices should feel right at home. 

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4 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

Well, 2019 has a long list of things about it that are just plain nuts so those prices should feel right at home. 

2019 has been very, very good to me thus far.

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On 7/6/2019 at 12:43 PM, Quavodus said:

I had a Chinese Type 56 years ago. I wish I still had it.

It was probably in petty good shape 56 years ago.

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3 hours ago, DaveTN said:

It was probably in petty good shape 56 years ago.

Probably not.  I've often thought that every one of these show the effects of bored Chinese soldiers who sat around beating the hell out of their rifle stocks ...

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11 minutes ago, No_0ne said:

Probably not.  I've often thought that every one of these show the effects of bored Chinese soldiers who sat around beating the hell out of their rifle stocks ...

Never heard it refered to as "beating your rifle stock before"..lol 

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On ‎7‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 6:23 PM, DaveTN said:

It was probably in petty good shape 56 years ago.

Ok, then what type or model was it?😎

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Iv done a bunch of custom mods to the SKS design. Its like the K98 mauser of mid weight semi autos. Just yesterday I finished up the machining specs so you can use factory ASC AR-type magazines in the SKS. Its for use with the Marcus G9 mag adapter. With this new machining spec, it will get the G9 adapters back on the market. That makes factory mags completely interchangeable with AR-47's.

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