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Aa s200..how to tell which mk ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by bradleymarky, May 1, 2012.

  1. bradleymarky

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    Ive been offered a aa s200 multi but the guy doesnt know which MK it is and i have no clue....can anybody tell me how i can tell the difference.
     
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    Thats a MK2.
    The MK3 has a one piece wood stock, the MK1 doesnt have a barrel band and the front stock dosent have that section cut out that runs along the air cylinder.
     
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    thanks mate, what do you reckon i should be paying for something like this....gun only
     
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    £280 would be a good starting point. Plenty of room for negotiation then as well. As said its an Mk2.
     
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    Cheers brett
     
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    Yeah deff a mk2, I prefered these to the mk3. But all 3 variants are cracking little guns.
     
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    Mk1 - no barrel band and 2 piece stock.
    mk2 - barrel band and 2 piece stock.
    Mk3 - 1 piece stock and barrel band.
    Buy it you won't be disappointed.

    Ken.
     
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    Cracking rifles. I had a MK2 once. Wish I'd never sold it.

    Gun only price for me would be £250 tops if it's in mint condition.
     

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