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Posted: 3/13/2006 5:23:17 AM EDT
I need some help on what ak to keep and what to sell. If you had both guns which would you keep? Is there a big difference in quality? The slr-100h is built by Gordan-tech on milled Arsenal receiver and the sa-m7 is by Arsenal of Nevada.

Please help me, Joe
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:31:52 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2006 6:34:14 AM EDT by Mak]
I thought I more or less already answered this for you.


It depends on who the builder of the SLR-100H was and what the difference in
price is. Gordon Tech is on of the best

The Arsenal is not going to be a parts gun whereas the SLR-100H is Bulgarian
receiver and Hungarian rifle parts. Arsenal is all factory built to be one
rifle.

But if it's a SLR-100H is built by Blue Ridge or Gordon Tech and is under $550.00
or even $600.00 and the only model of new Arsenal is the SA M-7 R for MSRP
of $850.00 then it is a decision you have to make.

If the SA M-7 is used and is around the same price of a SLR-100H then there
is no decision at all, you get the Arsenal SA M-7.




ak47.net/forums/topic.html?b=4&f=64&t=83967

Now that you have both and want to sell one it is up to you to decide. I think the Arsenal factory built rifle would be the one to keep if you have to sell one. In my opinion the factory built rifle is more desirable than a parts gun even if the SLR-100H was one built by Gordon. I wouldn't sell either but in the long run I believe the Arsenal factory rifle will appreciate in value more over time.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:41:20 AM EDT
Thanks for the help. I want to buy one Gordan built. It is for sale on the EE and I already have the sa-m7. Thank you again for your input.


Joe
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 7:44:01 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2006 7:45:17 AM EDT by Mak]
If you are looking at the one that is $650.00 you then are going to have to pay a transfer fee for an FFL unless you have one that won't charge you and the guy may make you pay the shipping. Comes out at about $700.00 at that point. Sounds like top dollar for a used rifle made out of old Hungarian military AK-47 parts. I had two of these rifles and sold them for $550 each with extra poly stocks. New, these rifles went for under $450.00 when I bought mine.

A used SA-93, SLR-95, or SLR-96 for $550.00 or less are often available at gunshows or on the Equipment Exchange. I think these are better deals than a SLR-100H as the rifle is not a parts rifle of parts from two different countries, built by Arsenal and can be unbanned easily.

The SA-93 can be threaded for a muzzle device. The other two models have brakes that would have to be removed I believe. Lower tang has to be added for a regular milled buttstock but some of the receivers all ready have the relief cut so the receiver just needs drilled and the tang riveted in.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 8:11:49 AM EDT
Very informative. Thank you for your time. I guess I will just keep my Arsenal sa-m7 no ban. I was just wanting to pick up an all Bulgarian rifle. I also have a Yugo Zastava m70 built on a DCIndustries rpk receiver, now that is a heavy duty gun.



Thanks again, Joe

Link Posted: 3/13/2006 1:58:06 PM EDT
I agree with "Mak." I have a G-Tech SLR-100H, but got lucky. All the parts are pristine. Keep your SA M-7. If you have the extra cash, by all means, go for the SLR-100.

If it were me, I wouldn't sell my SA M-7 to justify buying a Gordon Tech SLR-100H, although they are fine rifles in their own right.

Bud
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 9:08:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2006 9:09:18 PM EDT by IronBack]
You know I will have to post thes pics:



Arsenals.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 9:11:37 PM EDT
And these:



SLRs by G-Tech.
Keep both!
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