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Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by humanguerrilla, Mar 1, 2012.
I've heard good things about the rifles made by this company, but the price is a little steep for me.
I can see those rifles being worth $700 at the very most. Seems like you are paying $550 for the engravings.
Not for me. Way to much money. Buying a US made AK for that amount of money is like buying a Russian made AR for $5000. LOL
That's probably more for collectors and guys who buy them for investments rather than the shooters. Though honestly they just look like Yugo's with Arabic markings so I don't really see the allure.
Yuk on looks + Ouch on price = No way I'd buy one.
The Tabuk was a copy of the Yugo M70B1 and B2. Not sure what kind of deal the Yugos and Iraqis had but they helped set up their manufacturing. Thats why they look alike.
Price seems fair if there was another assault weapons ban and you knew someone.