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Drhc116
August 23, 2012, 07:14 PM
A very good condition Mak-90 (norinco) with four thirty round mags, a 75 round drum, and three ten round mags. All of the mags and the drum will be loaded with ammo, and it also comes with 15 loaded stripper clips so 150 rounds and 3 boxes of ammo. All of this would be traded for a brand new glock 19, and 300 dollars. Any help would be Greatly appreciated.

Ridge_Runner_5
August 23, 2012, 08:33 PM
I'd say the guy with the Glock is on the better end of the deal, but the guy with the AK will be ending up with a more practical firearm.

TXAZ
August 23, 2012, 08:44 PM
I've owned several of both. If it was a Norinco AK-47, that would be a deal I'd take either side of (maybe with a little more cash). My advice (being worth exactly 1/2 of what you're paying for it :) is, if you really want the deal to be 'even', dropping the cash to $175-225 might be more in line. "Very good" is still pretty subjective.

Good luck.

dogtown tom
August 23, 2012, 08:53 PM
Drhc116 A very good condition Mak-90 (norinco) with four thirty round mags, a 75 round drum, and three ten round mags. All of the mags and the drum will be loaded with ammo, and it also comes with 15 loaded stripper clips so 150 rounds and 3 boxes of ammo. All of this would be traded for a brand new glock 19, and 300 dollars. Any help would be Greatly appreciated.
A VG condition Mak 90 on GunBroker runs $500-650.
A 75 round drum value depends on whether it is a Chinese, Romanian or Korean.......$200 if Chinese, less if Romanian, Korean drums are $80 brand new.
Same on the mags, value depends on who made them.

Drhc116
August 23, 2012, 09:11 PM
all of the mags and the drum are chinese if that makes any difference.

Drhc116
August 24, 2012, 10:38 AM
Bump. Trying to keep it current. I need some advice.