It has to happen sooner or later if we look back at the military surplus market and were some prices have risen already. I'm not saying the sky is falling i'm saying the prices will go up in the near future. In my area years ago i watched the prices at gun shows go up from each show to show with the same vendors.$1000 SKS? What would an AK go for then....$2500??
I hope not but then there are fools out there paying over $100/K for used .45 brass.
Never, Never, Never sell anything. I regret it too. I was wanting a revolver in 44mag so bad I traded in my new Colt Gov series 80 in nickel finish on a new ruger redhawk s/s. Wejust don't see nickel finishes like that anymore. Now I won't part with anything. And all my stuff is will'd to my kids if i pass on so the seed i planted my grand kids will enjoy. :rock:Saw a bunch at the local show for 2-500, I sold mine at the last show for 250 each....needed money and regretting it.
I remember that too brother. I didn't have the $$ back then otherwise i would of purchased crates of them.Remember when they were $69.00 at the gun shows and they had crate upon crate of them?!
Just sayin'. :biglaugh:
$750? Next year? For a gun that sold 10 years ago for under a hundred and they flooded the market with them?I think there maybe most parting with there sks's because of the higher prices to make some cash. We may see a flood of used sks's soon as the prices go higher.
My local dealer already had two fine looking norinco's for $500 already. Judging by that were do you think the prices will go? There were sold in a very short time. We may see a $750 sks by 2010.
Sks's being hard to find, any sks thats rare, the sks's being in excellent condition will bring the highest prices.