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Glock Value

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Cactus Jack Arizona, Nov 9, 2012.

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  1. guyfromohio

    guyfromohio Member

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    Ummmm..... go buy a Korth and sell it to a gun store. Think they'll give you what you paid? I've sold several Glocks for about $50 less than I paid. That's generally what I look for when I buy from private sellers.... about $50 less than the latest sale price.

    Same goes for any other gun.
     
  2. rule303

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    Where are people selling used Glocks for $500? That is what I sell new Gen3's for. Used, I have a hard time getting over $325 for Gen2's, and about $375 for Gen3's in the standard models. Used guns need to be priced low enough to be worth it to a buyer vs the cost of just buying new. There are tons of used Glocks on the market from LE trade ins, etc, that you are competing with.
     
  3. hentown

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    Hard to respond cogently to a question based on a false premise! To come to the conclusion that any firearm doesn't hold its value, based on an offer from a gun shop is just plain ignorance about firearms' value.
     
  4. Ledgehammer

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    Yea and you may have to wait a month before that HK sells. You put a g19 on gunbroker for $450 buy it now and it's gone in a day. Glocks hold their value very well. I can buy a new gen 3 in my area for 479 use it for a year and sell it for 450 if not more. That's good in my book.
     
  5. Fotno

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    I think the difference between here, and places where nice used Glocks sell for $300 must be supply and demand. Most shops here sell new Glocks for $550 - $575 out the door, and even the most clapped out police issued Gen2 G17 with one mag will still bring $400.

    When I hear about folks picking up a Glock for $300, I think; 'Must be nice.'
     
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