So I'm considering trading my 1958 Romanian SKS, nonmatching numbers, along with my Gen 2.5 Glock 27 (3 mags) for this AR-15.
Tell me whether or not it's a stupid idea or if I'd get fucked on the deal, I'm super inexperienced with this shit.
>Anderson Lower Receiver Ground Zero Upper -Custom Duracoat Paint -Anderson LPK -16" Parkerized .223/5.56 Barrel -1/7 Twist Barrel -Carpenter Full-Auto Bolt Carrier -M4 Style Front Sight & Gas Block -Stainless Carbine Length Gas Tube -A2 "Birdcage" Flash Hider -Mil-Spec Charging Handle -Dust Cover Door -Target Forward Assist -Mid Length Quad Rail -MAGPUL AFG2 -Carry Handle Rear Sight -6 Position Buttstock
He's also throwing in 3 scopes, a Bushnell, a Simmons and then a Gamo along with 200 rounds of 5.56 FMJ and 50 rounds of AP 5.56. I like the gun and I would like to have an AR 15 but I want to make sure that it's a fair trade.
What questions should I be asking here?
Posting unusual ARs.
That's a basic (ugly imo) AR worth like $450. Just build your own AR
If any of the scores are worth using and take picatinny rail mounts, there's an $8 rail mount that can go atop the carry handle for them.
On the details of the rifle itself - I can't imagine why anyone would put on an aftermarket forward assist of all things. If you like the paint scheme then cool, if not then you can always change it yourself.
Ask for clear photos of the chamber and bore rifling in the barrel, as well as the disassembled bolt.
What's unusual about an A1 build on a new lower? I have one too.
just looking at it tells me its a pos assembled by a poorfag
its worth 500 bucks at most maybe even less cause his mods take away value not increase it
1 gun + 100ish bucks would be fair but not both
Don't, selling both of those could make you enough cash to buy a brand new decent to good AR or you could build your own. Remember, just because it comes with a bunch of shit on it or they spent a shit ton personalizing it doesn't mean it increases the value of the gun itself.
I don't think it is. He's throwing in a bunch of bullshit, but let's be real. Sks these days are $300 at least.
Glocks, depending on wear, are $400-500
A full anderson non free floated rifle USED is not worth $700, even with ~$80 worth of ammunition.
Buy a complete lower and upper, put them together, and have a better gun as a result