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Raven MP-25 - Lower Price $75.00

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Tramfam, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Hey All,

    I'm brand new to this forum, so please go easy on me.::D

    I was going through some old boxes and came across a Raven MP-25. It's in great shape but I just don't have a use for it. It comes with an uncle mike's sidekick holster size 1.

    I'm asking $75.00 Firm.

    I did find an almost full box of that that I will throw in for free with the purchase.

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    Last edited: Jan 16, 2012
  2. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    If you want to SELL, forum rules require you include a price. WTS/WTT also requires a cash price as I recall.

    Just how much CASH would it require to be a new owner of this fine handgun? Seems I recall seeing these at a gun show not too long ago for less than $125 new and yours looks to be also new.
     
  3. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Sorry about that. Like I said I'm new to this board. I would like $95.00 OBO
     
  4. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    Apology not needed - just trying to help out.
     
  5. RICKRWS

    RICKRWS VANCOUVER Active Member

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    is the Pistol still for sale?
     
  6. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Yes it is.
     
  7. FORKLIFT252

    FORKLIFT252 Oregon Active Member

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    PM Sent
     
  8. AudibleEnforcer

    AudibleEnforcer Alabama Active Member

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    Consider shipping? I'd be inclined to give you asking price if you paid shipping (I'll pay my own FFL fees)
     
  9. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Not really I want to do it FTF
     
  10. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    bump
     
  11. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    I lowered the Price to $75.00 Firm.
     
  12. AudibleEnforcer

    AudibleEnforcer Alabama Active Member

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    My offer stands at $95, should you choose to ship it to my ffl. (no forms on your end required, just ship)
     
  13. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Let me look into shipping and I'll get back to you.
     
  14. Tramfam

    Tramfam Vancouver New Member

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    Sent you a pm
     
  15. borrowedsig

    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    Pretty sure the shipper has to have his/her ffl to ship to another on handguns. you cannot just ship it yourself unless its a long gun. Read up on USPS site, the sellers ffl has to fill out a form and declare the gun, they also have to show a copy of their ffl.

    Matt
     
  16. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    I recall reading that the receiving end has to be an FFL but the sender can ship via FedEx, UPS or even the USPS.
     
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    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    You can ship to a licensed firearms manufacturer for repairs or what not but not when selling a weapon.
     
  19. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    Maybe that is what I am thinking of - sending your firearm in for repair does not require an FFL.
     
  20. AudibleEnforcer

    AudibleEnforcer Alabama Active Member

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    Umm, borrowedsig, that may be the USPS's policy, but if you've ever sold a gun online, as I recently did through gunbroker.com, as the SHIPPER, no forms or special licenses are required. It does have to be shipped TO an FFL, but not BY an FFL, though it depends on the STATE you are shipping TO. IE, some states require that interstate shipping of firearms have an FFL on both ends. I sold my gun to a buyer in Texas, and simply took the gun into UPS, and gave her the address of the FFL in Corpus Cristi that I was shipping it to.

    The transaction was completed without issue and all parties were satisfied (besides me being astounded that it cost so much to ship 5 pounds to Texas)
     
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