Discussion in 'Firearm Business Discussion & Reviews' started by ATCclears, Jan 11, 2014.
Gun Auction Site GunBroker.com Marks Industry Milestone with $3 Billion in Sales
And most of it from sales of overpriced .22 bricks.
The worst part is that people are actually bidding on the stuff.
Well, if people are willing to pay high prices so what?
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Cant complain on my end I have purchased plenty of things of Gun Broker all of which were good deals if you ask me. I know there are gougers on there but if you look around you may find a deal or two.
I picked up a brand-new Glock 19 frame off Gunbroker for $169 a few months ago, I can't complain! If the price is too high then don't bid or buy!
I'm guilty for $5K of that figure, and not on bricks of .22LR.
No .22LR for me either.
I hate to think about it, and I hope the wife doesn't realize it, but I'm more than a little north of that figure. All of the transactions have gone through without a hitch.
As others have said, there are deals to be had on there if you are willing to look around.
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