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wheelgunner505
February 21, 2017, 19:30
Hello fellers,

I was wondering what everyone's take would be on the street price for a complete and unfired Norinco NDM-86 in .308 WIN would be? There is a guy here locally that has one and he's fiddle-f-cking around with giving me a price on it.

I just purchased an unfired Norinco 84S-1 from him today at a really good price and think he may give me a similar deal on the NDM-86 if I give him a solid cash offer.

All or any input would be appreciated........:screwy:

P.S......Sorry for posting in the AK area, I didn't know where else to post.

VALMET
February 21, 2017, 19:36
ASKING prices have seemed to exceed $5k but they tend to bring between $4-4500 in 308.

armed2012
February 21, 2017, 20:27
if you can buy it for $4000.00 or less in todays market you could turn around and sell it on gunbroker for a $500+ profit.

armed2012
February 21, 2017, 20:28
if its complete with the scope, scope can, cheek rest and a magazine. scope can should match the number on the stock and then all of the rest of the numbers on the gun should match, if thats the case then 4k is or less is good buy

SPEEDGUNNER
February 21, 2017, 21:44
All good numbers above. $3500 would be a bare minimum, if all is as it should be in the sweet crushed velvet lined case $5500 would not be beyond the realm. Good luck, and post pictures if you get it.

SAFN49
February 21, 2017, 23:07
Street value? I'll give you a dime bag and two 8 balls of coke.

armed2012
February 21, 2017, 23:13
All good numbers above. $3500 would be a bare minimum, if all is as it should be in the sweet crushed velvet lined case $5500 would not be beyond the realm. Good luck, and post pictures if you get it.

The one in the velvet case only came in 7.62X54R, his is .308!

SPEEDGUNNER
February 22, 2017, 08:58
The one in the velvet case only came in 7.62X54R, his is .308!

My bad. Been awhile since I have seen one. I remember back in the day thinking that case was so tacky it was cool. Wish I had the foresight to buy one at the time, they are the closest to a Soviet SVD you will ever find.

hueyville
February 22, 2017, 09:24
Street value? I'll give you a dime bag and two 8 balls of coke.

Brown or green on first, how many times have second been stepped on?

New in original box with all accessories and matching numbers seen sell for an even $5,000 twice in last year. Both were 7.62x54 not 308 versions. Know where a 308 claiming unfired is sitting with $6,250 asking price, don't know what would discount for cash if anything. Never collected combloc rifles though have a few by accident.

Story
February 22, 2017, 10:08
My bad. Been awhile since I have seen one. I remember back in the day thinking that case was so tacky it was cool. Wish I had the foresight to buy one at the time, they are the closest to a Soviet SVD you will ever find.

OP should make his own Pimp Box if he snags it. Leopard skin interior (go to Pep Boys for the seat covers) with a stylized dime bag between two 8 Balls on the exterior of the box.

# Trailer Park Sniper. :crackhead:

RG Coburn
March 05, 2017, 11:15
I would not be too surprised to see Drags coming back in the next few years. The prices will likely be less than what the used stuff is floating around at now.

CGSteve
March 05, 2017, 19:33
I paid $3500 for an original caliber one a few years ago so I'd agree that $3500 is the bare minimum. I haven't seen one put up for sale for less than that.

Goldfinger007
March 10, 2017, 11:19
I sold mine for $6,000. I had five mags, which drove it up a bit. I had multiple offers over $5K. The market has softened up a bit since then, but I seriously doubt you're going to find one under $4,500.