Just bought a new GP 10/63 WASR with the Tapco trigger dated from the late 70s paid just under $600. I think I paid too much,but while I just finished closing my deal two people placed orders for the same one. They looked at the one I just bought and their like" I have got to have that". I bought mine simply to add to my growing collection of other period weapons. So whats the story with the GP 10/63 ?
check to see the front sight and gas block are straight not canted. You can buy an AK in NY?
We can buy an AK provide it complies with the NYS AWB. Its all new to me, as long as is meets the crtiera i'm good to go.
Perhaps that is the going rate in your area. They can be had for over a hundred bucks less in other places however.
Originally Posted By Sdsquad1:
So whats the story with the GP 10/63 ?
The rifle was made by demilling a previously built (and perhaps issued) rifle and rebuilding it on a new, single stack receiver. If the rifle was assembled after mid-summer of last year it also has a new barrel due to a ruling by the currrent administration. After importation, it was modified to accept standard magazines and the required number of US made parts were replaced.
Many people (myself included) have noticed that Romanian rifles made before 1981 have better non-critical machining.
The rifle I bought is dated 1976 with an arrow inside a triangle Romarm/cugir CAI Vermont