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BigRussianBen
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Ssg-82

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Anyone here into Ssg-82s?

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Never seen one? Post some pictures.
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.

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You mean the East German bolt rifle in 5.45? I've been trying to acquire for years. When I saw them at somewhat reasonable prices in the early 2000s I could not justify it nor afford it. Now I would buy one for under $2k in a heartbeat.

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Got a few from Century when imported. Sold all but one which lasted 4 shots and the extractor broke...Century refunded my money and I sent it back.

My verdict: Cute Cold War collectible...no part support so not a shooter.
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ammolab wrote:
Sun Feb 17, 2019 4:07 pm
Got a few from Century when imported. Sold all but one which lasted 4 shots and the extractor broke...Century refunded my money and I sent it back.

My verdict: Cute Cold War collectible...no part support do not a shooter.
That's terrible to hear. I'd definitely want to shoot it if I ever got my hands on one.

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