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donwacker
06-05-2010, 19:20
Rifle Prices (Brand New & 2nd Hand) and Avaibility in the Philippines and What Gunstore...

01. Springfield M14 (7.62x51mm) - P
- Extra Magazine - P
- Ammo (7.62x51mm) - P

02. Russian AK47 (7.62x39mm) - P
- Extra Magazine - P
- Extra Ammo (7.62x39mm) - P

03. Israeli AK47 (7.62x39mm) - P
- Extra Magazine - P
- Extra Ammo (7.62x39mm) - P

paltik454
06-05-2010, 23:44
Norinco

AK47 (7.62x39mm) - P55,000 (Twin Pines)
- Extra Magazine - P
- Extra Ammo (7.62x39mm) - P28 to P38ea (twin pines and PB dionisio)

CatsMeow
06-06-2010, 19:14
Israeli AK? The only one I know is the Galil, and it's in 5.56mm, Espinelli I think sells them.

Don't know of any Springfield M14s but there are Norinco M14s at Twin Pines, but if you ask, you get the stock answer "for military/LE only". There's at least one in Cebu, the SOCOM 16 variant, I should know because I burned my hand on the hot barrel-mounted scope mount, to the great amusement of the owner.

Just wait for next month's gun show, the rifles will be there, at atrocious prices too.:supergrin:

randr1979
06-06-2010, 21:05
Paltik saang twin pines yung ganyang prices for 7.62x39 ammo? parang napa mahal yata ako ah, kuha ko P55 isa sa twinpines makati square. may nadinig ako PRVI P35 isa sa PBD but I haven't verified yet.

paltik454
06-07-2010, 08:58
Paltik saang twin pines yung ganyang prices for 7.62x39 ammo? parang napa mahal yata ako ah, kuha ko P55 isa sa twinpines makati square. may nadinig ako PRVI P35 isa sa PBD but I haven't verified yet.

Festival mall in alabang sir. They also reload 7.62x39 ammo. Thanks

CatsMeow
06-07-2010, 19:09
The only AKs available commercially are Chinese, AFAIK. However, if you hang out in my old club in Cebu, you would be surprised by the eclectic selection that surfaces from time to time. I even saw a Hungarian AMD.

Federal at MCS has the folding-stock Norinco for around P50k.

Kaiser Soze
06-07-2010, 19:49
Festival mall in alabang sir. They also reload 7.62x39 ammo. Thanks

How are their reloads? I didn't even know that 7.62x39 was being reloaded here (my AK used to mangle some casings after firing kasi) I know the AK is a forgiving platform, but I don't want to risk using ammo that may have suspect tolerances.

isuzu
06-07-2010, 20:54
Israeli AK? The only one I know is the Galil, and it's in 5.56mm, Espinelli I think sells them.

Don't know of any Springfield M14s but there are Norinco M14s at Twin Pines, but if you ask, you get the stock answer "for military/LE only". There's at least one in Cebu, the SOCOM 16 variant, I should know because I burned my hand on the hot barrel-mounted scope mount, to the great amusement of the owner.

Just wait for next month's gun show, the rifles will be there, at atrocious prices too.:supergrin:


Galil also had a 7.62x51 version. Quite heavy.

PMMA97
06-07-2010, 21:34
the SOCOM 16 variant, I should know because I burned my hand on the hot barrel-mounted scope mount, to the great amusement of the owner.

Let me make a wild stab here owner was neither LE or Military?:supergrin:

CatsMeow
06-07-2010, 23:38
Let me make a wild stab here owner was neither LE or Military?:supergrin:

Neither of the above.:supergrin: He also owned the AMD I mentioned.

randr1979
06-08-2010, 04:35
thanks so much paltik, music to my ears. i wonder why it's so much cheaper there.


NOTE: I asked twin pines makati just now and I was told that prices in festival are the same sa makati, P55 per round ang 7.62x39. reloading depends on component availability, they don't always accept shells for reloading.

paltik454
06-08-2010, 08:25
thanks so much paltik, music to my ears. i wonder why it's so much cheaper there.


NOTE: I asked twin pines makati just now and I was told that prices in festival are the same sa makati, P55 per round ang 7.62x39. reloading depends on component availability, they don't always accept shells for reloading.

Bro try PB dionisio na lang mas mura sa kanila. Nagtataka lang ako kung bakit umakyat agad price ng ammo nila sa twin pines.......Hmmmmmmm:dunno:

jimbullet
06-08-2010, 13:52
Not wanting to hijack this thread but what is the cost of the Norinco m14's nowadays?

randr1979
06-08-2010, 17:14
yeah, i'll drop by PB soon, habang sale.

kontra
06-08-2010, 19:14
thanks so much paltik, music to my ears. i wonder why it's so much cheaper there.


NOTE: I asked twin pines makati just now and I was told that prices in festival are the same sa makati, P55 per round ang 7.62x39. reloading depends on component availability, they don't always accept shells for reloading.

they also have a minimum of 100rnds pero reload order