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Have kids getting ready to go to college so starting to thin the collection. I will be posting pics shortly. Prices are open to reasonable offers. Also, i am offering a 3 day inspection if the money is wired. Detailed pictures will be sent, but with more expensive guns, it is nice to be able to look at them. If they are returned, the buyer would be responsible for freight and insurance. Once received back, i would wire money back. I would hope with detailed pictures and open communication this would not be necessary, but this at least gives a piece of mind to the buyer. I am not a true expert on guns so there will be small details i will not know on the different models. I will do my best to answer any questions. My cell is 814-657-3755 with any questions. 1) PSG-1, New, don't have original shipping box. This was bought from smith sales back in January of 2015, $30K 1) HK43 3/74 date with sling and 1 magazine $5500 1) HK41 1/74 date with bi-pod, collapsible stock, with (3) G3, HK mags, 11/66 date, 5/68 and 3/76 $5500 1) HK91, IB date, collapsible stock, scope mount, thin hand guard, bi pod (but wrong had guard i believe) $3750 1) HK93 woodland, new no box $4500 SOLD 1) HK91 Desert Camo $4500 SOLD 1) Saiga 223 made my izhmash, 3 magazines, tool kit (not sure how complete) other grips $1000 SOLD 1) SL8-1, 223 with 3 extra magazines $1850 SOLD I am from 16323 area code. Checks would have to clear before shipment. Shipping to your FFL dealer. Shipping costs are included in price
HK41 – Manufactured in May 1966 by Heckler and Koch in Germany and imported by the Santa Fe Division of Golden State Arms, Pasadena, California. Semiautomatic 7.62x51mm predecessor to the HK91 with a pushpin receiver grandfathered under the Gun Control Act of 1968. All matching parts with exception to buttstock and magazine with the receiver’s 785 suffix on the bolt-carrier, bolt-head, locking-piece, and grip-frame. Stock trunnion has a 680 suffix. Magazine is late production steel. Overall condition is 98% with near perfect parkerizing and very good condition wood furniture. Fired very few rounds, rifling is sharp, bore is bright, internals are clean, and zero scope-mount or ejection marks. Outside of the earliest 1962 examples which sell for over $20K, this is the earliest example of the semiautomatic Heckler and Koch G3 with the correct pushpin placement, paddle magazine release, and the original grenade-ring. Doesn’t get much better than this for a 51 year old rifle. $8K. Thanx. SAMMY!