Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by Nero, Jan 20, 2013.
2 new in box Ruger BX-25 mags. No trades. Can meet in Portland.
Great price for some great mags...
Great price?? Hahahaha
They had these for $40 each at fishermans yesterday.
Make an offer if you want them. Many others can't find them. Check thus out. Ruger BX-25 NIB 25 Magazine bx 25 10/22 ruger BX25 : Rifle Magazines & Rifle Clips at GunBroker.com
WOW! Unbelievable someone was stupid enough to pay that. I am shocked.
wish i would have picked more of these up a couple months ago at the gun show, they were going for 25 each and were everywhere
If you want that kind of $ for these i sugest you list them there and not here as no one hopefully is retarted enough to pay that price
No matter what you think of the price, it is not nice to Bubblegum on the thread.
It's called sarcasm folks...geez
Seems this guy Nero is intent on price gouging...he's a Junior Member and all his classified adds are for hi-cap mags at ridiculous prices...perhaps you need to post on a NY vs. NW firearms forum.
I bought my BX25 mage for $25 a piece 3 months ago....not cool.
No such thing as price gouging. The market determines price. Low supply & high demand does that. I agree it is a high price, but I have 5 of them already so I will pass, but someone with zero might consider it...
Thanks for crapping on my post. Yeah sure...its high but if you havent noticed...times they is a; changing. SCAR 17s $6k, Fn 5-7 ammo $1.25 round...and i had to pay $500 for 4 SCAR mags. Obviously your "senior member" status hasnt taught you common edicate. If you want to pitch a fit go scream at NW Armory for selling bushmaster acr for $4k or pmags for $40. Or any other area dealers selling those old surplus armory AR kit guns for $1200...all day. Just sayin....oh yeah....FOAD
Yes...I agree, times are changing..... forever and not for the better.
The same may have been said by some of the passengers on the Titanic when the bow went under.
What each of us will need to decide is how we will conduct ourselves. Will you be one those who tried to help others as the end approached or will you be wearing a woman's dress to get a ride in a lifeboat ?
I sold a NIB Colt 6920-MP-B to a veteran co worker who did not own an AR. Sale price was $1559. Exactly what Keith's Sporting Goods sold it to me for. I will be on the Carpathia....plucking lost souls from the cold water.
And charging admission no doubt...
I frequent many forums and particularly those that prohibit gouging. On those forums, many were able to trade 10 rounders to NY residents that require them in exchange for hi-caps that the NY'ers needed to get rid of. This is a good for all scenario and a case of gun owners helping one another out without taking advantage of an unfortunate set of circumstances. You can call it market demand if you want. but charging 3-4 times actual price during a panic shortage is price gouging plain and simple.
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