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  1. SomeDude

    SomeDude
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    SOLD
     
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  2. SVT-ROY

    SVT-ROY
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    PM sent. If 140 is a low ball feel free to slap me around, I don't mind!

    Welcome to NWFA!
     
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  4. ocarolan

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    SomeDude, you're obviously new to NWFA! Look around. Here is how you should advertise your P32:

    "Rare Keltec P32 Package."

    "This is a vintage rare Keltec P32. I have over $500 invested in this package and will not break it up. Additionally I did a custom pitting job on the slide to improve grip (it just resembles rust)."

    Keltec P32 MSRP $300
    + Ammo ($50)
    + Pre-broken in with 200 rounds ($100 value)
    + Custom slide abrasion ($50)
    + Real Keltec pouch ($50)

    Total: $600 OBO

    Trades accepted: SCAR 17H, FN FiveSeven.

    PS. For a Barrett M82 trade, I will add a high-end gaming laptop.

    K Thx Bye
     
  5. SomeDude

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    I appreciate the good advice (with solid dash of humor). I know it goes against the principal of "salesmanship", but I try to be as up front as possible when advertising something. Normally I do follow a similar format, but when I am selling a fairly desirable gun for such a low price, I try and answer the "what's the catch" question in the ad so I don't have to do it over and over again individually.

    FYI, still for sale. Several replies but having trouble sorting out timimg, location, and somebody who's ready to buy right now and has cash on hand.

    Thanks again for the welcome.
     
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