This is a preliminary post, because I want some feedback before I actually list the rifles for sale. I do not want to be accused of gouging or taking advantage. A little background:
I have owned a MAK-90 and a Bushmaster AR Heavy Barrel Varmint since the mid 1990's. In Kalifornia, these became "Assault Weapons" so I sent them to my Father in Texas for safe keeping because I figured I would move there. Here we are, 14+ years later, and I am still behind the lines.
My Dad is not doing well, and my Brothers have asked me to get the firearms out. It's the right thing to do.
Here are some pics. Please just tell me what you think is a fair price for each rifle. A range is fine. I will only sell to Gunco Members, and I will only sell via an FFL. Sorry Gents, that is the deal.
The AR as pictured is now re-built with the Bushmaster lower, so back to it's original. The front gas block is not original, the original cracked.
The MAK-90 has had less than 1500 rounds through it, and that is a very high number. Also, this is one of the 1.6mm thickness receivers. Very stiff. Not too bad at 200 yards. Maybe 2 MOA with Wolf 123Gr. Slightly better with handloads. What isn't? Take note of the buttstock: It is an AK-74 pattern. The original cracked right down the top. The handguards are original, and I will include the AK-74 set as well, which is in really good condition and matches well. Slightly darker.
The AR has had less than 500 rounds through it. Nicely groups at 400. Better than MOA in my hands using a very poor scope.
I stand behind what I say here, and I guarantee the condition as you see it in the pics. I can have more pics taken, but there will be delays.
Again, looking for your OPINIONS on what FAIR prices should be. I have had RIDICULOUS offers from folks who I will not sell to.