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Old 01-20-2013, 12:39   #1
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Recent move to NY

I've never sold a gun before, but I have a 1993 Mak-90 that I will probably look to sell because I want to minimize my contact with state regulating authorities for a gun I really don't have a specific use for.

What kind of selling price can I expect for something in very good condition.

If I were to take it to a dealer and look to trade for it, what would be a reasonable exchange value do you think?

I have some separate 30-round magazines. Would you tend to try and sell them with, or without the gun?
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:55   #2
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Sell the gun with the mags.

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Old 01-31-2013, 09:08   #3
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If its got a thumbhole stock and a regular crowned barrel, you can keep it in N.Y and not register it under the new draconian AWB law. You only have one "Evil" feature and thats the detachable mag. Bring a 10 round mag or 5 round mag and you can tell Gov. Cuomo to shove it. FYI-Ruger mini-14 and Mini-30 are still good to go in NYS. Only one evil feature.
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Sell the gun with the mags.

Yep. To me!

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Old 01-31-2013, 16:51   #5
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Is that a typo? Surely you meant to say "from" NY.

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Old 02-23-2013, 10:57   #6
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If its got a thumbhole stock and a regular crowned barrel, you can keep it in N.Y and not register it under the new draconian AWB law. You only have one "Evil" feature and thats the detachable mag. Bring a 10 round mag or 5 round mag and you can tell Gov. Cuomo to shove it. FYI-Ruger mini-14 and Mini-30 are still good to go in NYS. Only one evil feature.
The gun with a T-hole stock is a no-go with the new law.
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