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WTS Documented AK Bring Back, Fully transferable

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Have a rare fully documented Chinese AK bring back for sale $85K, have original 4467 Form signed by an army colonel who acquired it in may 1967, according to the form. It was registered as an unserviceable war trophy in 12/1/68. It was deactivated by pulling the bolt back and brazing or soldering the bolt head to the ejector. The gun was sold to a Florida dealer who form 1 reactivated it by heating the braze, everything intact and functional. Gun runs excellent. 1 original mag that came with it. Has blood stained original sling with a story of how it was taken out of the jungle as told to me. Full chain of documents from the army colonel to us. ready to go on Eform.

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If I'm not mistaken wasn't this same gun on the market within the last few years? Or was that another AK bring back that also had blood stains on it?

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I thought this too.  On gunbroker for $40000 a few month ago.  I bid and asked questions but the auction was pulled.  That one had damage to the stock.

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Hi guys, this gun has never been advertised for sale before. 

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I think Rock Island has one sold for a enormous amount of money. 

Love to hear the story about this one

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Wow, If only that one could talk. Yeah, It’d be really interesting to hear the story of how it came to be

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8 hours ago, Dean said:

I thought this too.  On gunbroker for $40000 a few month ago.  I bid and asked questions but the auction was pulled.  That one had damage to the stock.

You May have thought you bid but I assure you that you didn’t. If you had the auction couldn’t have been ended early. ;)

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It’s an interesting story that could have either way for the colonel . He was on patrol and heard the nearby sound of a hammer dropping on an empty chamber, he turned his attention to the sound and observed the VC soldier was in the process of chambering a round in the AK . He quickly shot and killed the VC soldier that almost killed him. 
He found a way to legally get his war trophy home...... 
 

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6 hours ago, PPCORP said:

It’s an interesting story that could have either way for the colonel . He was on patrol and heard the nearby sound of a hammer dropping on an empty chamber, he turned his attention to the sound and observed the VC soldier was in the process of chambering a round in the AK . He quickly shot and killed the VC soldier that almost killed him. 
He found a way to legally get his war trophy home...... 
 

 Thanks for sharing the story, Very interesting piece of history indeed! 

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what state is the gun in ? and is it on a form 3 or 4 currently

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