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LNIB Glock 19 whats it worth

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tango3065, Oct 29, 2007.

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  1. tango3065

    tango3065 Member

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    I have a couple of G19's 3rd generation and I am thinking of selling or trading one to get another Ruger wheel gun. The one I will be selling or trading has less than a 100 rounds through it and flawless with box, hi-caps, and all papers, What would be a good asking price for it?

    BTW I gave $520.00 for it a few months ago.
     
  2. JBP55

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    $425
     
  3. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Agreed~!

    $425 :scrutiny: ;)
     
  4. glockman19

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    Agreed. $425 would be a fair and good price. NIB can be had day in and day out for $450. Many retailers sell them for $499-$550.
     
  5. SouthpawShootr

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    $425 sounds about right. Price it at $450 and work down from there. There's a dealer at local gunshows that prices his NIB G19s at $440. This is not his LEO price.
     
  6. tango3065

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    Thanks I will probably just keep it instead of taking that much loss and will just buy a sp101 outright.
     
  7. Blackfork

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    Glock 19: The perfect carry pistol

    No point is selling such a great pistol. I bet you are going to want it later. Just pack it away. It will be a great surprise one of these days.
     
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    You just about have to be a dealer or buy used to get your money back out of a gun. Even then, most people can get their money out of a used gun b/c they wanted it too much and therefore paid too much to start with. I hate selling guns. I always regret it and the money I get out of them isn't substantial.
     
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    $25.00
    pay pal sent

    when should I expect to receive it?
     
  10. contactcole

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    In WA:
    Trade = $250-$325 (depends on prices of dealer's retail guns)
    FTF = $400-$425
    Retail = $500-$550
     
  11. possum

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    i hate selling guns too and i have vowed that i won't anymore.

    however i think that $425 is fair enough. i would give you that for it.
     
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