what should I ask in selling?


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RevolverMan567
July 19, 2007, 07:52 PM
I have a third gen glock 23 with the green frame and has a crimson trace laser grip installed. The grip has new batteries and the tiny allen wrench to adjust. Also has all factory glock goodies (box, cleaning kit, lock) and I have 2 13 round mags and a 15 round mag. Also comes with leather holster and matching mag pouch. What should I ask. I was thinking 700 is that bout right or too much (thinking 450 for gun and 250 for grip) what do yall think. also is this a decent trade for a beretta and some cash to boot or flat out for a USP compact?

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GunNut
July 19, 2007, 09:17 PM
You could probably get $450 for the gun and three mags in a FTF deal. The grips are only $175 brand new via the internet.

I'd say you would be doing really good to get $600 for the package for a face to face deal.

You might get more selling to someone who does not know guns and gun values though.

Steve

RevolverMan567
July 19, 2007, 09:43 PM
thanks thats the kind of input Im looking for. I dont want to eat anything on the pistol but i dont want to be one of those people who think my guns worth alot more than it seems to be.

igpoobah
July 19, 2007, 09:47 PM
$600 was the number that popped into my mind as well; before I read the 2nd post.

Guitargod1985
July 19, 2007, 11:07 PM
If you are looking for USP compact, you may have to fork over some additional cash to get it. What kind of Beretta are you considering? If it's a 92 (blued) you may get an even trade. Stainless 92, I'm thinking you'd have to throw some cash in. It all depends on the buyer/trader though.

gtmtnbiker98
July 20, 2007, 07:35 AM
Well, you can get a brand new Glock for $475 here in Ohio, the Crimson Trace for $229.00. Depending upon price and I always account for 25% depreciation on handguns once fired, I would consider $575.00 to be a fair price. You can never recoup taxes, that's the nature of the beast. Depending upon the holsters and mag pouches, I even allowed $50.00 in value in my calculations. So, $575.00 ballpark would be a fair bottom dollar price to accept without feeling raped. Then again, keep it and just buy the next one out right.

cog099
July 20, 2007, 04:55 PM
The only way you will get a fair deal on your pistol is of you sell it ftf.
A dealer will only make an offer on a glock based on the wholesale price of a new glock. Unfortunately, new glocks are very inexpensive. A very good condition g23 w/night sights and 4 mags only netted offers in the 325-335 range from ore than one shop. With your crimson trace grips I would bet offers in the 400-425 range. From a ftf sale I would try 500-550.
Good Luck !!

elrod
July 20, 2007, 05:35 PM
Blue Book sez 100% (ANIB) $475
98% $425
95% $395
This, plus CT and holster ($250) comes to pretty much what you had figured.:p

pablo45
July 20, 2007, 06:33 PM
Don't sell keep it. You will regret it later! That is an awesome set up and in my opinion will last you longer then the others. If you do i think that 600.00 would be a decent deal.

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