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Anybody want to make a bid?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by theGUNaddict, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. theGUNaddict

    theGUNaddict Member

  2. oneounceload

    oneounceload member

    They lost my bid???? dang.............
  3. Bubbles

    Bubbles Well-Known Member

    Too rich for my blood.
  4. x_wrench

    x_wrench Well-Known Member

    COLLECTORS, BAH-HUMBUG! is it a one of a kind, yes. is it really worth $90,000.00? not in my book! you could buy 100 standard colt 1911's for that price. i would rather have $90,000.00 of guns that i can use, than have one 90k safe queen.
  5. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    You get a lot more than just the gun, but it still wouldn't be worth it to me unless I could make a profit on it later.

    This part is good too.

    If a man were wealthy enough to afford such an item, that would make it worth it IMO.
  6. Superlite27

    Superlite27 Well-Known Member

    I wonder what would happen if you tried to run a 250gr LRN with a compressed charge of IMR3031 through it?

    Just thinking out loud.
  7. SpaceFrank

    SpaceFrank Well-Known Member

  8. content

    content Well-Known Member

    Hello friends and neighbors // I hope it goes to someone that would use it for EDC.
  9. avs11054

    avs11054 Well-Known Member

    /\ this basically sums it all up. however, there are apparently 188 people that don't feel the same way
  10. rfwobbly

    rfwobbly Well-Known Member

    I have it on good authority that the leading bidder is Charles Schummer. He just says all those nasty things about guns to keep the biding low.

  11. Savage Shooter

    Savage Shooter Well-Known Member

    that thing in absolutly beautyful and the trip would be so sweet but thats WAY to much money.:what:
  12. CapnMac

    CapnMac Well-Known Member

    I found two things interesting in the auction.

    One, that it comes with two magazines. Which seems a waste, as it is unlikely to ever be shot.

    Two, that it cannot be sold in California.
  13. ryanrichmond

    ryanrichmond Well-Known Member

    dang $83,000? was this Jesus' sidearm or something?
  14. svtruth

    svtruth Well-Known Member

    What could Les Baer (or fill in your preference in gunsmiths here) make for 10% of that?
  15. exeagle

    exeagle Member

    So you're saying my $100 bid isn't gonna win???? :cuss:

    On a serious note, that does look like a sweet pistol. Wonder if it'll ever get a round put through it by the lucky bid winner.
  16. NMGonzo

    NMGonzo Well-Known Member

    how is it worth 90 grand?

    Better hedging on a full auto something or another.
  17. Arkansas Paul

    Arkansas Paul Well-Known Member

    The same way the Sears and Roebuck Peacemaker is worth $1million. There's only one of them and that's all there will ever be.
    Not saying I would pay it even if I could afford it, but I can see the intrigue. It has desireability and rarity, two big components of what makes something valuable.

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