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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by John Brown, May 25, 2011.

  1. John Brown

    John Brown Seattle Member

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    delete please. I don't have time for foolishness.
     
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  2. Letric

    Letric SW Washington Member

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    Are you pretty firm on just trades? I was wondering if you had a cash price on the Beretta.
     
  3. John Brown

    John Brown Seattle Member

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    I'd let it go for $800. It's not your every day 92. :)
     
  4. Letric

    Letric SW Washington Member

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    damn thats alot
     
  5. John Brown

    John Brown Seattle Member

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    Sorry. Go buy a new production 92 instead. They are decent pistols, but not as nice as these old Italians, and have very little collector value.
     
  6. Letric

    Letric SW Washington Member

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    I didnt mean any offense...that amount just surprised me is all. The Italians usually run around 450-600. You must have a lot of sentimental value invested in that one.

    Thanks for the reply though.
     
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    sir-kind78 Vancouver WA Member

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    Uhmmm I dont think you are correct I just purchased a 92S from a member for 450 including mags and holster. $800?... if your serious then I would wish you the best of luck and I am going to pass. I am buying a second 92s for my parents again and the other pistol I was looking at was same condition and exactly half the price with only one mag. This is the differance between collecting and being unreasonable. If this had been priced correctly I would be contacting you.

    PS the other 92s is bought in about an hour its currently on the way 100% NIB not unknown round count and carry wear.
     
  9. John Brown

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    You guys need to learn some tact. And go find some toilet paper, as you crapped all over my ad.

    Good for you on the $450 92s. Care to post some pics, and the serial number? Just because someone sold you a gun for a certain price, it doesn't mean it's the fair market value. I bought a Python a while back for $400. So what? I sold it for $1200.

    Do you even KNOW what a 92S is? Made from 1978-1980 only?

    Besides, I would have entertained offers on my asking price. But not for you guys. Seriously bad form, and I think it's actually AGAINST THE RULES.

    If you want to have a discussion, there's a place for it, and it isn't here.

    Have a nice evening.
     
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    Alright then.
     
  11. John Brown

    John Brown Seattle Member

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    Cool. I'll give you $500 for it.
     
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