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HKSpecialist has a few MKE 94 carbines for under $900. I bought the last 2 they showed in stock Saturday but they've added more.
 

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I believe there's a reason why no one wants the carbine. I think there's a block in the mag well that prevents the use of non-proprietary mags.
 

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I believe there's a reason why no one wants the carbine. I think there's a block in the mag well that prevents the use of non-proprietary mags.
That's correct but the magwell can be easily & inexpensively fixed if you buy the right 922r compliant parts. I'm headed the SBR route so I was buying those anyway...I don't think you can get a better quality starting point for anywhere near $900.
 

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That's no reason to make everyone run away from a gun...
Certainly not... and Gordon has plenty of his special proprietary 10 round mags in stock. It only when you wish to use stock 15 or 30 rd mags that you start running into making the gun illegal (unless 922r issues are addressed).
 

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Website shows 5 available right now. Like I said, this weekend I bought the only 2 they showed in stock but they added more. Might want to keep checking back.
 

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Thanks for the headsup on this. I've been watching since you posted as I'd love to start w one at this price!

Taw - do you plan on building yours?
 

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Yes, I've got the required number of 922r parts on hand & plan to remove the magazine block and SBR one of them this summer. The other one will probably be sold to fund the build on the first one.
 

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Doing a bunch of reading and see that this could be a great place for me to start. Just looking for a carbine range pistol caliber rifle and w 922r parts and little else 1 of these could fit that bill! I've been hitting refresh every couple of hours so hopefully they are sitting on more!
 

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This place has been trying to sell their last 2 for about 3 months now. Looks like $900 to $1000 is probably the right price point.
You're probably right but two others sold on GB for $1,569 and $1,599 and the seller you mentioned has sold a couple for $1,475 and $1,525. I guess it depends on how long you're willing to wait for the sale and what else is available when you're trying to sell (94K or 94P for example). One thing for certain though: they're only going up from here!
 

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Pretty odd that they would raise the price but not have any in stock?

I sold one of the two I bought yesterday for 50% more than I paid for it, so my net cost of the carbine is under $400. In a routine (for me) display of madness, I just invested about that much in an FBI ambi trigger assembly to put on it!
 

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Not yet. Still jacking around with getting a complete lower I'm happy with. I did install an A3 stock and will probably start acquiring more furniture "options" as well...saw photos of an SBR'd HK94 (or clone) with wood stocks today and it looked awesome.
 

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HKSpecialist updated their site last night with several more MKE 94a2s at $899. Looks like 22 left as of this reply....:)
 

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This makes me sad... My AT94A2 was a trade, not a sale, where I allowed the other guy $1500 trade value on it.

At this point I'm $2400 bucks into it. Though, if you have followed my thread, I'm completely finished with the 922r, un-neutering process, and I'm waiting on the SBR paperwork.

So, after about $200 for a stamp, $250 more to have the barrel cut, re-crowned and threaded, I'll be at about $2850 for an SBR.... Could be better, but not too bad, not too bad at all.
 
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