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Posted: 3/18/2006 9:38:45 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/18/2006 9:45:29 PM EDT by TacticalOpsAR]
i saw a gun for sale. reciever said valmet, interodranace? or something like that. . what is the going rate for these things?

it had a park or flat black finish on it
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 12:47:03 AM EDT
Not InterOrdnance, but more likely Interarms, who was one of the importers of Valmet rifles.

Hard to put a value on it as you've given almost no information on caliber or configuration.

Could be anywhere form $900-$4000.

As a rule of thumb on Valmets

7.62 x 39 are the most expensive as they are "rare" here in the US.
7.62 NATO are next in value followed by .223.

The models you'll find are
M-62's
M-71's
M-76's
M-82's
M-78's

An early M-62 in 7.62 x 39 can bring close to $4k.
An M-71 in .223 can sell for as little as around $900.....

More information is necessary., but sinc eyou didn't mention a folding stock, that it looked just like an AK, or that it was big like an RPK, I'll assume it's an M-76 with a wood stock and say it's probably a $1200 rifle. How's that? hug.gif
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 10:34:15 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/19/2006 10:36:44 AM EDT by TacticalOpsAR]
223

black polymer stock. LNIB condition, 2 mags
like this:

wanted 1,800 I think it was overpriced, but id dont know mch about them
Link Posted: 3/19/2006 1:07:53 PM EDT
That is a 71 with a plastic stock. It is probably the least desireable Valmet of all the model/configurations.

Worth about $1,050.

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