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Price check: Blue 6" GP-100

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by sidheshooter, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. sidheshooter

    sidheshooter Member

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    Former range rental gun, probably has a lot of rounds through it. That said, it's a GP: still looks practically brand new, cylinder locks up tight on all six, trigger action smoothed from use. $375 plus transfer and tax. Good?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. fredg

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    Yes. $699 MSRP, about $599 retail IF you can even find one for sale! It will last you and your family forever!
     
  3. Jaymo

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    Considering I paid $375 for a lightly used 4" stainless, adjustable sight GP about 6 years ago, and it was a good price then, I think you did fine.
    The nice condition, used GPs I've been seeing lately have been priced closer to $500 than to $400.
    Mine was only 2 years old, when I got it, and had been traded in on a Glock.
    Some poor soul didn't realize what he was doing. I jumped on it like a duck on a junebug.
    I heard that Ruger makes 6" GPs, but darned if I've ever seen one in the wild. It's like trying to spot a jackalope. ;)
     
  4. Bush Pilot

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    Odd, most of what I'm seeing is 6", I've purchased a blue and stainless 6" in the past few months and turned a friend of mine onto a blued 6".
     
  5. Jaymo

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    Must be a regional thing. I've seen a few 6" Security Sixes but not GPs.
     
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    I haven't seen a blued 6" GP100 around here in any condition for under $500. That a retired range rental gun is still tight pretty much says it all.
     
  7. aliveisalive

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    Security six, 3" or there abouts, stainless, 499 at the show today. was in great condition, with ruger branded rubber grips... maybe paymachers?

    I should have got it, but the seller wouldnt even take 5 percent for a cash sale off... =/
     
  8. joeschmoe

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    Wow! Really? I bought a new SS 6" for $320 just 5 years ago. Blued was $290, new.
     
  9. Bush Pilot

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    May have been true 5 years ago, you'll pay a whole bunch more these days.
     
  10. joeschmoe

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    But double in 5 years?
     
  11. Jaymo

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    When I bought mine, 6-7 years ago, they were going for a LOT more than $320 new, where I live.
     
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