Mak 91

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  1. amadeus77

    amadeus77 G&G Newbie

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    What are the specifications on MAK91? How does it differ from MAK 90 ? What is the current price for this gun?
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  2. BattleRifleG3

    BattleRifleG3 Retired Moderator

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    I'm not 100% sure, but I think it has the longer barrel, like the NHM-91. It's not too common, and should be valuable. At least $400-500, maybe more. What caliber?
     
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  3. amadeus77

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    I am not sure what calliber. I did not have time to look at it. I tought it was MAK 90 and the guy said no it is MAK91. I tought that maybe it is different caliber from MAK90. It did not look that pretty. The stock was dark brown color as opposed to light wood color of MAK90.
     
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    I beleive the only difference is the barrel length, i think the 91's might be around 20". As for calibler it might be a .223 not 7.62. I also believe some of them came with milled receivers, but i think they are just in 7.62 cal..
     
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    J.A. you have some nice information on you website.
    I think I might go to take another look at that MAK91.
    By the way, what does the SPORTSTER after the MAK90 mean, if anything?
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    Ok I took another look.

    This MAK 91 is a 1993 import (stamped as a prefix to the serial#) in 7.62 caliber. It has a milled receiver and it looks as it has never been fired. The only thing I do not like is dark stained stock as opposed to the lighter one on MAK90.
    What is this gun worth now?
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  8. BattleRifleG3

    BattleRifleG3 Retired Moderator

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    Ball park estimate is 500, give or take. Now I wouldn't spend that much on it, but that's a fair asking price based on quality AND rarity.
     
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  9. J.A.

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    There were MAK-90 rifles stamped sporter and sportster. It doesn't denote anything.
    I see MAK-91 rifles going for $400-$500 depending on condition.
     
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    amadeus77 G&G Newbie

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    Are these rifles hard to find?
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  11. BattleRifleG3

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    I've never seen one in person, and it's been a while since I've seen one advertised. If you're interested and the price is fair, I'd say go for it.
     
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  12. akjunkie

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    Mak91

    i have one. it has a milled receiver long 20 inch barrel. has chinese writing on the right rear of receiver...(very accurate rifle). receiver marked
    Mak-91...then underneath..NM-47 National Match.

    basically it is a Legend with a long barrel.

    it has a different receiver cut. different from the average milled Mak-90...trust me on this.

    i bought a skeleton stock from ACE (www.riflestocks.com)...got a recevier block for milled mak-90. it wouldnt fit. i had to saw/file some material off. the mak-91 has a straight angle cut ont the rear of the receiver similiar to milled bulgie slr-95.

    oh yeh, the hammer is a diffent metal. it is gold in color. hope this helps.

    ps. my heavy barrel is straight all the way thru. it is not "recessed" behind front site post to accomodate a bipod. it is defintiely not meant to be a RPK squad weapon.
     
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