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Old 08-23-2009, 03:03 PM
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M-4 Prices

Hey guys Im looking at buying a couple guns from my buddy. What do yall think they are worth.

The 1st one is a panther arms M4, and the second one is a romak.

I will have some pics up in a few minutes
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the DPMS is a good one. the romak not so much
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Here are the pics,









thanks for the reply cchase, do you have any idea on dollar amount?
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"new" romaks go for about 750 i believe with the scope. if you can afford it try to find a dragunov. the psl, romak, is basically a long barrelled, .308 cal. ak. for the m4, i seen em for around 1000 for a stock setup. having carried a m 16 for a year in the sand box, i would rather have an ak type rifle. i say this because they need to much maintenance, i.e. you must keep them extremely clean for them to be reliable. whereas an ak type rifle you can throw dirt in the reciever, dump it out, drop it in water and it will still fire like it should without skipping a beat. just my 2 cents. m4s look nice though
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Pick'em both up. You wont be disappointed at all.
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I think he is wanting 1k for the M4 and 500 for the romak, yall think those are reasonable prices?
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grab em...
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grab em...
I probably will.

Anybody else have any opinions?
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"new" romaks go for about 750 i believe with the scope. if you can afford it try to find a dragunov. the psl, romak, is basically a long barrelled, .308 cal. ak. for the m4, i seen em for around 1000 for a stock setup. having carried a m 16 for a year in the sand box, i would rather have an ak type rifle. i say this because they need to much maintenance, i.e. you must keep them extremely clean for them to be reliable. whereas an ak type rifle you can throw dirt in the reciever, dump it out, drop it in water and it will still fire like it should without skipping a beat. just my 2 cents. m4s look nice though
Thanks for your advise
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no problem
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