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MajHenryWest
September 01, 2012, 12:08
What would a decent price be for the following;

-Steyr AUG A1 in 95% condition, Olive Green furniture.
-Comes with 9 30rd Mags & 4 42 rd Mags (all Factory OEM),
Original manual, 1 spare factory trigger pack (semi-auto).

Very clean, fired less than 400 rds total.

dawg180
September 01, 2012, 17:57
With the current availability of new AUGs, I would say $1800-$2400, that is where I see them selling on Gunbroker, etc.

People who sell them often ask $3K+, but that is "old days" pricing.

sturmgrenadiere
September 01, 2012, 20:16
Rifle alone as described... Mid $2K range for an "average" price.

Say $30 a mag.... So do the math there...

Have to see what a trigger pack from PJS sells for.

Are you trying to sell or buy?

Airacuda
September 02, 2012, 15:48
I paid $2800. for my A1 in feb. True A3,s are around 2k and available now. However the A1's are preban with a great optic. I personally prefer my A1 over the A3. A1 is lighter and better balanced and you don't have to worry about compliant parts if you swap out stuff.

wonderdog451
September 02, 2012, 19:38
I would be extremely proud to have an Aug in my collection, but as it is, I will probably have to "settle" for one of the new production models.:cry:

nekokoneko
September 03, 2012, 09:30
I think the value should be around 2700$.

KBAR04
September 07, 2012, 08:42
Id say 26-2700 then add for the mags (CDNN has them for 30 each) and around 100 for the hammer pack(not referred to as a trigger pack). So anything under 3K is a good price for that package.

I have a 16 inch A1 and I much prefer it over the A3 that I owned. It is handier and I can hit with that simple optic more easily than any other.

black sheep
September 08, 2012, 18:00
2400 would be top dollar in this part of the woods.... good luck either way...

Bob:shades::whiskey:

Wooligan
September 10, 2012, 18:23
A brand new AUG is around $2000, I cant see anyone paying more for a used one TBH.

gunhand
September 20, 2012, 11:47
I carried an A1 AUG-P rifle as a duty rifle for 18 years. It served me very well in some ugly environments.

I have two AUG A3s, they are as accurate and reliable as my AUG-P was. No optic carrying handle, but with an Aimpoint PRO, just as capable rifle. Add a NATO stock, and you can use any AR magazine!