Steyr SSG69 P1 and SSG 69 PII

Steyr SSG69 P1 and SSG 69 PII

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    Steyr SSG69 P1 and SSG 69 PII

    What are the differences ( for collectors and shooters) between 1980's import Steyr SSG69 P1 and later SSG 69 PII?

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    The PII has a heavy barrel with no aux sights and also the large bolt knob. Scroll to the bottom of this article:

    Steyr SSG-69 PI - Sniper Central

    And you will see a picture of the PI and PII

    MEL

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    Quote Originally Posted by mele View Post
    The PII has a heavy barrel with no aux sights and also the large bolt knob. Scroll to the bottom of this article:

    Steyr SSG-69 PI - Sniper Central

    And you will see a picture of the PI and PII

    MEL
    Looking at an SSG 69 P1 made in 1981. One magazine .Double trigger. green stock . Barrel with sights. Steyr mounts and Kahles ZF69 6x42 scope with original covers . Condition of the package is 98-99%. What would a fair price range to pay for the package? Thank You.

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    Its hard to say for sure, but with the Kahles scope that makes a nice original package. The double set triggers hurt it a little bit as that was typically not the configuration used by snipers. I would say in the $2000 USD neighborhood, maybe a bit more

    MEL

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