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    AT4 - is there a market for these old guns?

    Hi,

    I have an AT4 I picked up about 10 years ago used. Used it for a few games then put it away in working condition but haven't touched it in years. I'm curious if there is there a market for these things and what sort of price ranges they typically go for? I hate to see it go to waste unused if there are folks that are interested in keeping it up and actually playing with it. It's a super cool gun but the upkeep was a bit of a pain and I just don't play anymore. Thanks for any insight.


    #2
    Can you post some pics? I am sure you will find somebody here that will give that a proper home

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      #3
      Let's start by saying if it's been sitting for that long it will need a complete rebuilt and most of not all orings are dead.
      If the ram o-ring are dead, it will be a real problem because they are custom/proprietary and are not made anymore ...
      ​​​​​As you mentioned, the upkeep, maintenance and repairs can be complicated and consuming and most of the parts (and orings) are unique and are not available anymore.
      Same goes for the mags (they get really brittle over time).

      So, most of the value lays into the condition of the gun and mag.

      That beeing said, they go for under $100 for a non functioning gun to $3-400 for a fully loaded (multiple mags to play a few games without reloading and attachments) fully functional (shoot 300fps in full auto and semi) in good condition.

      Pictures and condition would help on that front.

      There is not a huge market, but it's there ...
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        #4
        Below are pics of what I have. I disassembled to provide shots of some of the internal parts in case they are of interest. I put it away some years ago in working order, but no longer have any HPA tanks to verify functionality. I also found some spare parts I had purchased direct from ATS. Hopefully the pics provide some insight.

        - AT4 Marker (HPA)
        - 3 working mags (two black, one hopper mag)
        - 1 broken mag w/ clear half (missing top sprocket)
        - 3 stocks (one remote air stock and two bottle stocks)
        - 1 hopper
        - extra set of hand guards
        - ATS O-ring kit
        - ATS regulator kit
        - ATS screw kit
        - extra barrel uni-sizer
        - extra guide plate
        - extra cycle valve retainer and cycle valve removal pin (ATS sent me this to remove and reinstall the cycle valve to change an o-ring and resolve a small leak)
        - paper manual

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            #6
            Any chance this is still available?

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              #7
              It has been sold.

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