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markinflorida, 16 September
Posted 16 September
Posted 21 September
Need more info please. Does the grip fold? Is it new or have a round count? What condition is the barrel and bipod? What color is the grip? Where did you buy it? If you could post pics that would help. I may be interested. Have you done business on this board before? Thanks. Jim
MARK, VERY HARD TO FIND! I'm not sure what the current value is but paid $1300 for my last one in 99. it was like new. I have not seen one offered since. If you are planning of selling one, post it on a site like G-brkr. List it with a reserve in that area at least. By doing so you will get the actual value . cheers mike
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Posted 23 September
thanks for the responses fellows:
Have come to a deal to sell it in a package of my "Aug stuff"--pending funds.
But for some history and future interest for people to gauge the market-barrel was bought from PJS steyr aug---Pete Athens in the early 2000-2005, (good to see he's still going strong) one of the best people I've dealt with.
Barrel like new--less than 30 rounds fired then sitting protected in safe, green folding grip and folding bipod--its an original LMG 24" aug barrel for the preban era Aug's, that works throughout the Aug series as all the barrels do, as you guys probably know.
I came to conclusion to value it around $1800. Searched for info, and a few post stated in that ballpark, but the post were a little older. So this is my best guess. Sold pending funds with pre-ban (for lack of better term, but it helps to date the gun) Aug a1 with 16, 20, 24" barrels, beta mag/spare parts/box/manual/factory target/extra scope.
If anyone has any thoughts to contribute on barrel price, still would be interested to hear just for knowing.
If the deal falls through then let me know. I would go $1300 for the barrel. Thanks. Jim
Sold one early this year on gbroker. Got close to $1700 for mine and although the round counter thing was broken on mine, it had been used for I am guessing 2000 to 3000 rounds. That good of shape, it would probably get close to $1800 pretty easy. But as everyone knows, auctions are funny.
Posted 28 September
YEP $1800 pretty easy I think , I have been trying to add another sear for a year but I watched one go for $25K so whats a measly $1800 these days? mike todd
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