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Sell Uzi setup as package or break up?

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Mike OTDP, Jan 6, 2013.

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  1. Mike OTDP

    Mike OTDP Member

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    I've got a Vector Uzi I'm considering selling. Gun, Mossad suppressor, .22 conversion unit. Am I better off selling as a single package, or break it up?
     
  2. TurtlePhish

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    Probably get more if you break it up, but it might sell faster as a package.
     
  3. wally

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    If the Uzi is an SBR then you are looking at two stamps for the package, so it might be a bit harder to sell as a package.
     
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    I would try as a single package first

    UZI's dont seem to be affected by this panic in the degree AR's, M1A's, SCAR, etc. have. I was noticing this yesterday when a IMI version peaked my interest. Odd and good at the same time...
    Yeah they are up a little, but not by the asinine numbers we saw with other variants.
     
  5. JT-AR-MG42

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    I'll go with tarosean.

    With post in the NFA section, I assume it's a Vector smg and they do move if the trunnion is correct and the gun runs well.

    Harder to sell the kit - made by Vector? - for more than the cost of Racine Joe's excellent kit. The Vector steel .22 mags by themselves are quick sellers though.

    The Mossad has the best re-sale value of the Uzi suppressors, at least to me.
    Proven track record, but not as likely to sell by itself unless at a reduced price. New ones are still available and the double tax is a reality unless the deal is in-State.

    If it was mine, I'd figure the price of the kit at cost, the suppressor/tax at 200 or so below, and price the Uzi according to how fast I wanted it gone.
    If you want to try breaking it up, you should probably sell the kit and Mossad first. Otherwise you might be sitting on them for a while. The sub gun by itself will be no problem.

    JT
     
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