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  1. I am selling a rare SSG82 East German sniper rifle with scope and 5 round magazine. The gun is in overall great condition-with some wear on normal wear areas of the stock. I have more pictures available-and I can take pics of any particular areas you want to see. Some info on the rifle from the Internet-I had always heard that these were used by border guards, but I don't know if that is true or not: The Scharfschützengewehr 82 or SSG 82, literally Sharpshooter's Rifle 82, is a rifle chambered in the 5.45×39mm Soviet cartridge built in East Germany at the end of the Cold War for use by East German special police units. Very little was known about this weapon and very few examples have been imported into the west, with importer Century International Arms having imported around 600 at the turn of the century. It's known that at least 2000 SSG 82s were made. The SSG 82 actually was specifically designed for use in the Ministry for State Security (Stasi) to stop the import of police sniper rifles from non-socialist countries and military sniper rifles from socialist countries. The rifle has no iron sights but is equipped with a 4×32 telescopic sight ("Ziel4/S" 4×32 scope, reticle 1) with mounting rails made by VEB Zeiss Jena (in the original Zeiss plant that was captured by the Soviets at the end of WWII) which is mounted using a quick detachable Suhler claw mountbase. This was a basic model of the VEB Zeiss Jena telescopic sight line.
  2. EAST GERMAN AK74 mags. package of seven with one extra for spare parts. Used but nice. 30 round mags. $260.00 free ship to conus.
  3. I have a new old stock Bulgarian Krinkov built on an AUSA receiver for $2799. Shipping is $20 to your FFL/SOT. This was built years back on one of the unissued AKS74U kits that KVAR sold that included the factory barrels. The gun has been test fired and put in the safe for years. I'm thinning the heard of stuff I don't shoot and this one needs to go.
  4. M85 PAP AK pistols and Yugo .223 full size AK magazines. I have 6 original Zastava steel 30 round magazines for just $25 per. I have 2 original Zastava steel 10 round magazines for just $12 per. I have 12 Tapco .223 30 round Yugo PAP M85 magazines, all new for $12 a piece. Look around, these Yugo mags are not anywhere near as easy to find as they once were. Almost everyone is out of stock and want a lot more per mag if they do have them. I also have these for sale. 3 Umarex UZI 22lr 20rd (brand new) mags $16 a piece 2 NIB Plinker Tactical magazine loaders $3 a piece or 2 for $5 All items are brand new Shipping not included
  5. This is a very lightly used SAR-2 by Cugir in Romania. It has 4/ 30 round magazines which of one is a bakelite orange magazine. The others are black but are military, not aftermarket. The Slidefire is installed and runs perfect. No light primer strikes and runs like a top. Very controllable and sighted in. Very accurate too. It is the post ban non-threaded barrel model AK-74, and no bayonet lug. The thing is, you do not want a muzzle brake on this. Also you don't want to add weight with a bayonet. If you do, the recoil would be too light to work the Slidefire. It has very minimal recoil and groups tight on rapid fire. Very smooth operation. Anyways, it is a great gun and has no issues. Looks new. Can send pics.
  6. This is a low mileage rifle in 5.45x39, made in Romania. Runs perfect, it is sighted in and the Sildefire stock is a lot of fun and very controllable in this caliber. I have the rifle, the Slidefire stock installed with upgraded rubber butt-pad. The pad makes the stock not only now the correct length and not stubby, but it also feels a lot better against the shoulder than plastic. Yes, it absorbs recoil too, but it doesn't have much in the first place. It also includes 4/ 30 round magazines. One is an original orange Bakelite and the other 3 are black and I pretty sure they are all Russian. Will come with original stock and grip too. I can send pics, please be a serious buyer though. The gun is in like new condition, but remember what a new Romanian AK looks like. No dings or dents, just the typical Romanian level of quality finish. These are shooters, not showcase guns. I want an out of state sale so it will have to be shipped to your FFL/ background check. One owner gun, bought this many years ago.
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