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Posted: 10/24/2010 3:11:36 PM EDT
I'm looking to sell my krink because I'm poor.  Anyone know what one is worth these days?  Having trouble finding ones that sold for a price range reference.
Link Posted: 10/24/2010 4:07:43 PM EDT
[#1]
Most prefer a traditional side folder Krink, so you may have less buyers, but there is always someone looking for something unique.

And by the way, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Link Posted: 10/24/2010 4:14:30 PM EDT
[#2]
I sold one I had over the summer for $1100.  Mine was a sidefolder, but it also was built on an old OOW/ITM receiver, so it was much less appealing to people.

Things like who built it and what receiver it is built on can make a big difference in what people are willing to pay for it.
Link Posted: 10/24/2010 5:29:22 PM EDT
[#3]
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I sold one I had over the summer for $1100.  Mine was a sidefolder, but it also was built on an old OOW/ITM receiver, so it was much less appealing to people.

Things like who built it and what receiver it is built on can make a big difference in what people are willing to pay for it.


It was built by a local smith.  Not sure of the receiver, it may have been a flat he built.  

Guess I'm keeping it, then.
Link Posted: 10/24/2010 6:21:40 PM EDT
[#4]
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I sold one I had over the summer for $1100.  Mine was a sidefolder, but it also was built on an old OOW/ITM receiver, so it was much less appealing to people.

Things like who built it and what receiver it is built on can make a big difference in what people are willing to pay for it.


It was built by a local smith.  Not sure of the receiver, it may have been a flat he built.  

Guess I'm keeping it, then.


That would probably be a tough sell.

Mine was basically worth the same as a parts kit because everyone views the OOW/ITM receivers as junk these days.
Link Posted: 10/24/2010 6:23:52 PM EDT
[#5]
+1 on what's been said.  Some might like it to clone one of the early 1973-dated birds with the underfolding buttstock:



Link Posted: 10/24/2010 6:59:20 PM EDT
[#6]
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everyone views the OOW/ITM receivers as junk these days.


This.....

Link Posted: 10/25/2010 4:14:47 AM EDT
[#7]
is it an SBR, or a 16" barrel krink?
Link Posted: 10/25/2010 6:11:08 AM EDT
[#8]
Quoted:
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everyone views the OOW/ITM receivers as junk these days.


This.....



Which is absurd...
Link Posted: 10/25/2010 6:44:15 AM EDT
[#9]
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everyone views the OOW/ITM receivers as junk these days.


This.....



Which is absurd...


Yep they have a few issues but I wouldn't call them junk.  I do prefer NODAK.

Link Posted: 10/25/2010 10:41:53 AM EDT
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everyone views the OOW/ITM receivers as junk these days.


This.....



Which is absurd...


Yep they have a few issues but I wouldn't call them junk.  I do prefer NODAK.



Yeah, they aren't the best, but they certainly work just fine.  I've never heard of anyone wearing one out.

I was hoping to get top dollar for my krink, but at least I sold it for what I paid for it 5 years ago.. so no worries.  I actually sold it to buy another krink kit to have built as an SBR on an NDS receiver
Link Posted: 10/25/2010 10:49:22 AM EDT
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is it an SBR, or a 16" barrel krink?


It has a dummy suppressor.  I planned to SBR it eventually, and will if I keep it.
Link Posted: 10/25/2010 4:01:18 PM EDT
[#12]
Could you show us a pic, and what are you asking for it?
Link Posted: 10/25/2010 8:43:47 PM EDT
[#13]
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It was built by a local smith.  Not sure of the receiver, it may have been a flat he built.  


Determining who made the receiver isn't rocket science. It's stamped on it.
If the "local 'smith" bent up a flat and didn't stamp his name on it, he violated Federal law when he transferred the rceiver to you.

Link Posted: 10/26/2010 3:09:11 PM EDT
[#14]
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It was built by a local smith.  Not sure of the receiver, it may have been a flat he built.  


Determining who made the receiver isn't rocket science. It's stamped on it.
If the "local 'smith" bent up a flat and didn't stamp his name on it, he violated Federal law when he transferred the rceiver to you.



Yeah, I know that.  I just haven't pulled it out of the gunsafe to take a closer look.

This was all done legally.  My local smith isn't a retard.
Link Posted: 10/27/2010 2:21:53 AM EDT
[#15]
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+1 on what's been said.  Some might like it to clone one of the early 1973-dated birds with the underfolding buttstock:






I wonder when that pic was taken...a 1973 rifle with what appears to be a black poly 5.45 mag?

Seems like they skipped the whole 1980's "we-can't-make-black-plastic-so-we'll-use-plum-polymide-instead" period.



Z
Link Posted: 10/27/2010 6:34:28 PM EDT
[#16]
I believe the magazine and pistol grip are plum on that rifle.
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