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    Question PSG-1 avalibility

    how hard is it to find a PSG-1 for sale if you have the cash for it?

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    I would imagine that would depend greatly on how hard one was willing to search.
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    They are available. The more you spend, the easier it is to get.
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    how much do these go for? i saw one on gunbroker for like 14k which was used. kiinda pricey considering he used the hell out of it apparently

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    they are all over gunbroker

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    I've seen them go from $11-18K, depending on condition, but like Straightgrain said it depends on how much you're willing to spend.

    Folks here are real sticklers for original parts re: their collecibility, but there are some specialty parts makers and gunsmiths that enhance the value of some of these rifles, ie like an Urbach barrel or reworked welded receivers, etc. And wait till you get this, there are some folks here that have two of these fine HK specimens in LNIB condition!

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    Id settle for one in good condition for a decent price...

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    and their are some hear that buy these rifles and actually shoot them, what are you going to do with your money buy a gun to let it sit their ? might as well just put your money in a savings account
    or buy a gun and shoot it and actually know if the rifle is capable of the job it was designed for.

    i built an msg90 and spray painted it brown and green, if you want somthing that is just for looks spend themoney on a semi auto barret

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    Well if someone shot the **** out of one and its all dinged up from neglect, I would expect to pay a premium for it should I?

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    no matter how many rounds are threw it the psg1 commands an expensive price ( factory guns that is ) i would have one built or buy the urbach clone off ebay and shoot the piss out of it. or build an msg90 and shoot ground hogs till the sun goes down

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