PSG1 or Registered Auto Sear ????
Which one would you go for ????
HK even sells the LEO model Post 86 PSG1-A1 @ $ 8000.00 dealer...
Inquiring minds can brain storm on that one for sure ... :)
Last edited by RyanH&K21EOwner; 01-22-2008 at 04:08 AM.
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If you have that kind of money to spend, purchase and invest!!!
Discharging = < value (but not by much on a PSG-1).
I saw one for $6500 about a year ago but it was well used
I know this is an HK forum and I do love my HK weapons that I own but for that kind of money I would buy a Knight SR-25 AND have Mike at Tac Ops make me one of his bolt action masterpieces(actually he is in the process now of doing that!!).
I've been asking people for years why the PSG 1 is so expensive. 12-15 years ago, when you saw them new in gun shops they were $10,000. This was when you could buy a sear for $400.00 (I bought the sears, not the PSG1) I don't get a slightly used PSG1 for $12-$14k and a new Blaser R93 Lexus w/ a .308 & .338 barrels , or a Barret are $2Kto$4K less. One guy that owned one and used it for it's intended purpose said it's all in the barrel. He said the cold bore shot is right on the money and if you run 10 or 15 more out, it is still right on the money even though the barrel's hot. What have you heard or found out about this?
I know someone in Washington State that has a like new PSG1 for sale - PM for details
I wonder how many Psg1's sit in a safe some where and never get shot?? and why? do they have a short lifespan? meaning that they need to be worked on frequently to work like they should?
There are a few guns that I would pay any price to get, but unfortunately they are not available in this part of the world, and PSG-1 is among them.
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