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    SOLD

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    This rifle is also for sale on other sites.

















    As you can see, this is an absolutely beautiful rifle. It is in exceptional condition! The guy I bought it from had it sitting in his safe for a few years and just didn't shoot it. He told me he put 300-500 rounds through it. I put about 200 through it. It comes with one magazine and a detachable bayonet. The reason I am selling it is because I want to buy a motorcycle for this riding season.

    Face-to-face transfer preferred. I live in Kalamazoo.

    Send a PM if you're interested!
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    I can vouch for the fact that this is a sweet AK!!
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    Blackstone (1753-1765) maintains that "the law holds that it is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer."

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    autosurgeon wrote:
    I can vouch for the fact that this is a sweet AK!!
    Thanks, Autosurgeon!

    Here are a couple more pics for good measure:



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    EM87 wrote:
    Just look at where the muzzle is pointed! Thats a great way to put a hole in your beanbag!

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    ISMOID wrote:
    Just look at where the muzzle is pointed! Thats a great way to put a hole in your beanbag!
    Yeah, it's partly the angle of the picture that makes it look so bad. I don't think it was actually pointed right at my junk. FYI the .22 was unloaded while on the bench.
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    thata bushnell 3-9x32 rimfire scope on that 10/22?

    i use the same scope on mine for target shooting and small game.


    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    thatÂ*a bushnell 3-9x32 rimfire scope on that 10/22?

    i use the same scope on mine for target shooting and small game.
    Could be - I'm not sure. I took it off one of my dad's other guns. I can't look at it to find out either because my dad has the 10/22 in Ann Arbor at the moment.
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    EM87 wrote:
    ISMOID wrote:
    Just look at where the muzzle is pointed! Thats a great way to put a hole in your beanbag!
    Yeah, it's partly the angle of the picture that makes it look so bad. I don't think it was actually pointed right at my junk. FYI the .22 was unloaded while on the bench.
    There is no such thing as an unloaded gun, especially one aiming near my beanbag

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    For everyone's information, I'm only going to keep this gun exclusively for sale on this forum for a day or two before I list it elsewhere.
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    EM87 wrote:

    wtf kind've grip do you got on that thing??(refering to your hand placement,not the rifle)
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    wtf kind've grip do you got on that thing??(refering to your hand placement,not the rifle)
    Hahaha that's not me, that's my friend. He was just posing for the picture. :P He's a former Marine too, and a very nice guy!
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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    wtf kind've grip do you got on that thing??(refering to your hand placement,not the rifle)
    That's the official way you're supposed to use a bayonet.

    Grip by the buttstock.

    You get more leverage, and won't injure yourself.

    -Richard-

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    office888 wrote:
    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    wtf kind've grip do you got on that thing??(refering to your hand placement,not the rifle)
    That's the official way you're supposed to use a bayonet.

    Grip by the buttstock.

    You get more leverage, and won't injure yourself.

    -Richard-
    Correct.

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    well shows ive never spent much time around a modern(i know the AK is a 60+ y.o. design but its still in widespread use) military type rifle with a bayonette!

    only thing ive handled with a bayonette was my old mosin nagantM44 which i no longer have.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    â™*lil_freak_66 wrote:
    well shows ive never spent much time around a modern(i know the AK is a 60+ y.o. design but its still in widespread use) military type rifle with a bayonette!

    only thing ive handled with a bayonette was my old mosin nagantM44 which i no longer have.
    If you'd enlist, like you say you want to, you'd learn these things.

    You might even get to handle something like this...



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    CV67PAT wrote:
    If you'd enlist, like you say you want to, you'd learn these things.

    You might even get to handle something like this...



    still waiting for spring,when i become enlistable!

    the wait it killing me.

    i got a 68 on my asvab btw
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    pretty good score!
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    lil_freak_66 wrote:
    CV67PAT wrote:
    If you'd enlist, like you say you want to, you'd learn these things.

    You might even get to handle something like this...



    still waiting for spring,when i become enlistable!

    the wait it killing me.

    i got a 68 on my asvab btw
    What do you mean that you're waiting till spring?

    I thought you were already of enlistment age.

    How old are you? 16???

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    I joined the USMC when I was 17, I remember sitting on my foot locker on my 18th birthday filling out my draft card! LOL, I was already carrying an M16 everywhere I went! Gotta love it!

    Semper Fi

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    "Bam, I like saying bam when I cite something, in fact I think I shall do this from here on out, as long as I remember.
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    eastmeyers wrote:
    I joined the USMC when I was 17, I remember sitting on my foot locker on my 18th birthday filling out my draft card! LOL, I was already carrying an M16 everywhere I went! Gotta love it!

    Semper Fi

    God Bless
    When I enlisted, I was the only one in the room not being drafted and I didn't have a draft card either.

    The Captain started getting all over my s*** accusing me of burning it or trying to be a draft dodger by not getting one.

    He stopped when I told him I was only 16.


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    CV67PAT wrote:
    eastmeyers wrote:
    I joined the USMC when I was 17, I remember sitting on my foot locker on my 18th birthday filling out my draft card! LOL, I was already carrying an M16 everywhere I went! Gotta love it!

    Semper Fi

    God Bless
    When I enlisted, I was the only one in the room not being drafted and I didn't have a draft card either.

    The Captain started getting all over my s*** accusing me of burning it or trying to be a draft dodger by not getting one.

    He stopped when I told him I was only 16.
    Well Semper Fi, no matter what branch I still love you!
    "Bam, I like saying bam when I cite something, in fact I think I shall do this from here on out, as long as I remember.
    Bam!" - eastmeyers

    "Then said he to them, But now he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his sack: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one."
    Luke 22:36
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    PRICE REDUCED TO $560
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    EM87 wrote:
    PRICE REDUCED TO $560
    just my .02c....but why would i pay 560 for a Used Ak-47 when i can get a New AK-74 for that much?...maybe its just personal preference but in my experience the 5.45x39 is ALOT more accurate, lighter, and way cheaper than 7.62 ammo?....mind you im always up for learning new $h!t and im not meaning to offend anyone
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    This is a like new Yugo and they are one of the nicest AK variants out there.
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