What is it worth?? High Standard HSA-15 want to buy.

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  • racer12611

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    I have an older HS AR,really pleased with it (short 16") guy at work wants to sell his, asked me to make an offer. I am thinking $900 for package- fair? claims less than 500rnds through it.
    5.56 nato
    20" HBAR chrome lined barrel
    fixed stock and carry handle with co-witness sight mount
    3x27 ncstar iliuminated scope
    one metal GI 30 rnd mag
    one magpul 30 rnd polymer mag
    3 30 rnd polymer no-name mags
    tactical rifle case (soft)
     

    grumper

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    Seems high.

    The no name mags and chinese junk scope add no value.

    Could build your own for less than that I think.

    ARs are dirt cheap right now.
     
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    ArmyZach

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    I agree with grumper.
    I would offer a little less and be willing to go up in price. Start at $700 and go from there.
    Ultimately, the fair price is one that makes both of you happy.

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    robocop10mm

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    The High Standard is a very servicable rifle. Your friend missed the boat to sell at that price. He is looking to recoup his investment, but the accesories (as noted) do not add value. 20" rifles are not commonly made these days. Everyone wants a carbine (16"). If you really want a rifle, offer $700 and MAYBE go to $800. If you are just buying it to have another gun, go $700 max
     
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