Throw away the MM box and "certificate" then sell it.
As for "not having any collector value", that depends. I have seen later MMs that were plainly butchered on a belt sander. It is also known that MM purchased parts kits- All the metal parts to make a rifle but no stock. These will lack the BK and possibly appropriate proof stamps. These are also notable by pristine stocks lacking any trace of the cosmo saturation typical of long stored Yugo weapons.
But my first Yugo was an MM. It is clearly an original service weapon though apparently unissued. The stock has the typical marks of storage and careless handling. It had been surface cleaned but believe me, there was plenty of cosmo. The stock was never sanded and it bears the circle BK military acceptance and appropriate proofing stamps.
If your's is like this, you'll have no problem getting top dollar. That will most likely still fall well short of what you, we, paid for them. A matching bayo is a plus but not matching does not really detract. They weren't issued that way. No more than ours were.
If it's a first model with all milled parts it should fetch a little more.
Just guessing but I think you should be able to fetch $250 for it. Maybe better, maybe not.
Last edited by nothernug; 10-07-2007 at 11:29 PM.
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