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SIG GSR, price, problems. good/bad ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by silent one, Jan 16, 2006.

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  1. silent one

    silent one Member

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    Anyone own a Sig GSR .45.? What is a good price for one, NIB. Also, what are the good/bad points of them.? "Thanks". BTW, this is not their new Revolution model.

    "Semper Fi"

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  2. Walt Sherrill

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    I have one of the early ones (007xx serial number).

    They had a lot of teething problems when they first came out, but mine, bought used, has been absolutely trouble-free and very, very accurate.

    They're selling for around $1200 new, now, and I paid about $850 (if I remember correctly.)

    In like new condition, I would expect them to sell for from $800 - $1000.

    Mine is about as nice as you'll get, until you start spending $1500-$1600.
     
  3. silent one

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    Thanks for the feedback Walt. It's always good to talk to someone, who has had first hand experience with a weapon, wether good, or bad. I'm glad yours has been good.:) BTW, you're in the ball park, price wise. They aren't giving them away, are they,?:D

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  4. Shipwreck

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    $950 for a new one here where I live at.
     
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