I am new to these forums and this is my first post. I recently acquired a Bulgarian Arsenal SLR-95 "brand new". I do mean never shot by "brand new" as the gun was only exported to the US from 1994 to 1998. I have heard this is a very desirable rifle. It has the Steyr barrel with suppressor on the end, milled receiver and thumb hole "Clinton" stock. I also received all of the items listed below in the deal:
480 rounds older "white box" Wolf HP ammo
1 - 75 round Norinco Drum - new
3 - 30 round Bulgarian Mags - new
2 - 5 round Bulgarian Mags
1 - new Bulgarian simple military AK sling
Huge Pelican Hard Shell case on wheels with custom cuts in the interior foam to fit the rifle, mags, drum, cleaning kit/rod and the ammo.
I gave $895.00 for the whole kit. Was this a good deal?
I have a Romanian WASR-10 HI-CAP that I have done alot of work on to make it tactical and it has been alot of fun and very reliable, but when I took the Arsenal to the range yesterday and clipped in the 75 round drum I knew I was on a whole different level of rifle. The Arsenal was very accurate with the irons out to 110 yards, as far as that range goes. Everything about the rifle is quality and I am very happy with it from that point and was just wanting some unbiased opinions on what I got for the money. Any input is appreciated.