Vaqueros on local radio


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oweno
August 16, 2006, 02:11 PM
There's a local morning radio show where people call in with stuff for sale. I happen to be in central Florida checking out one of these shows on 790 AM (Orlando? Ocala?) and some guy called in with the following:

Four Ruger Vaqueros, stainless steel, 44 mag., new in box, 2 with 7 1/2 in bbl, 2 with 5 1/2 in bbl, consecutive serial numbers.

The owner went on and on about the serial numbers, then said "I'll take $3600 for all four and NOT A PENNY LESS."

The interesting thing is that the station is fine with people selling firearms over the show. Cool, that. Most I've listened to put firearms on the not-allowed list.

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Father Knows Best
August 16, 2006, 02:17 PM
Um, $900 each for Vaqueros? That's more than a bit high, even for stainless 44 mags with consecutive numbers.

Gary A
August 16, 2006, 02:23 PM
Yup, but an item is worth exactlywhat someone is willing to pay for it. No more, no less. The seller will find out if they are worth $3600. He says they are...to him.

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