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Para-Colt 1911 -- SOLD

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by AlphaCoyote, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. AlphaCoyote

    AlphaCoyote Oh, I get around. New Member

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    SOLD
     
  2. Varmint Slayer1

    Varmint Slayer1 Willamette Valley Member

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    PM SENT
     
  3. Ops

    Ops King County Member

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    why do the only deals ever pop up in oregon. wash residents must be tight wads
     
  4. Asavage270

    Asavage270 eugene Active Member

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    awesome handgun! i have a p14 and if i had the cash i would snatch this right up. Goodluck with your sale!!!
     
  5. slawekusa

    slawekusa Portland New Member

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    if ur wiling to drive to portland ill pay $350 anytime let me know please let me know thru PM thanks
     
  6. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    STOP LOWBALLING! Your gaining a bad rep on here! If you cant pay 25 more, you dont deserve this! & I hardly do this, but this guy is lowballing everyone & its starting to cause some headaches. These are good guys on this forum, people remember lowballers
     
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  7. snohorebel

    snohorebel snohomish New Member

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    man i wish you were closer!!
     
  8. BroncoFan

    BroncoFan Eastern Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Pm'd you
     
  9. AlphaCoyote

    AlphaCoyote Oh, I get around. New Member

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    Based on the interest, I obviously priced this too low. But I'll stand by my original asking price. PMs replied to (thanks very much guys), and several conversations in the works, but no firm deal as of yet. Distance is always a factor.

    I was wiping the gun down tonight and asking myself why in the heck I want to sell it. It's a beautiful and unusual piece of 1911 history. I'll keep it up for a few days though. If no one grabs it, I'll probably put it in the safe and maybe be smarter about the asking price next time. Or just keep it.
     
  10. DBL-TAP

    DBL-TAP OLYMPIA Member

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    nice
     
  11. bmwguru325

    bmwguru325 Vancouver Active Member

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    If you dont ask (LOWBALL) the answer is always NO. The seller can always refuse the offer that is what it means to live in a capitalistic society. Buy low, sell high. Please give the Slawekuse some slack, it has worked for him at least once.
    Now to Slawekuse, sometimes you come a crossed a awsome deal like this one being offered and count your blessings that you found it and pay the price happily.

    Alpha you can always say "best offer" there is no dishonor in that.

    Peace through understanding.
     
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  12. bmwguru325

    bmwguru325 Vancouver Active Member

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    almost forgot I will give you $390 if you meet me in Keizer.
     
  13. joken

    joken Corvallis Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    I'll take it if it's still available
     
  14. AlphaCoyote

    AlphaCoyote Oh, I get around. New Member

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    This has been sold. I don't mind "low ball" offers. A seller can reject them if he chooses. My policy is always to treat any offer with respect. I always respond to offers, even if just to say "no thanks." And if I say a price if firm, "no thanks" is what a lower offer gets. But I think it's important to be courteous.
     
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