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    The area of the receiver over the trunnion looks like it may have been touched up. The paint goes from matte to shiny.

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    Looks like oil to me, just wiped in some spots.

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    That is a pretty good deal on a non-CA DOC rifle in that condition!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    That is a pretty good deal on a non-CA DOC rifle in that condition!!!

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    Saw a NIB one in the original box go for $12k on gunbroker a few months ago and figured this is a pretty good deal for what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50BMGDUDE View Post
    Saw a NIB one in the original box go for $12k on gunbroker a few months ago and figured this is a pretty good deal for what it is.
    It is a good deal, although it seems the run of $10k+ HK94s is over. A few went for that and prices seemed to settle down. I don't think the market is ready to sustain five figure 94s yet, regardless of condition.

    This one doesn't seem to have a box, despite being listed as NIB

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeride1 View Post
    It is a good deal, although it seems the run of $10k+ HK94s is over. A few went for that and prices seemed to settle down. I don't think the market is ready to sustain five figure 94s yet, regardless of condition.

    This one doesn't seem to have a box, despite being listed as NIB
    I think a lot of people don’t really know what NIB means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith120286 View Post
    I think a lot of people don’t really know what NIB means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeride1 View Post
    It is a good deal, although it seems the run of $10k+ HK94s is over. A few went for that and prices seemed to settle down. I don't think the market is ready to sustain five figure 94s yet, regardless of condition .

    This one doesn't seem to have a box, despite being listed as NIB
    I somewhat disagree--- a NIB w/all, in absolute pristine condition (including the box and inner styrofoam container)--- and possibly depending upon the date code--- could command $XX,XXX.XX--- especially if one has not been seen in months!!!
    Of course, timing is everything--- an older (or new/younger) collector with deep pockets, jonesin' to fill that niche--- is what all sellers hope to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkpsp View Post
    The area of the receiver over the trunnion looks like it may have been touched up. The paint goes from matte to shiny.
    If it is oil, then why are both sides over the trunnion look identical. Is that just a coincidence? Maybe. Just seems odd to me too. I have an as new (no box) 94 I bought around 1988. It is so deep in the safe it will take a week to find it. But I will give it a whirl.

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