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value of a used bersa 380 and holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tank mechanic, Aug 5, 2007.

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  1. tank mechanic

    tank mechanic Member

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    I need to have a little extra spending cash for ammo and the only gun I can part with is my bersa thunder 380. It only has around 400 rounds put through it. It took a few months to find a nice leather owb holster for it, and I was excited when I found one. I know this is a cheap gun and as a used gun it will be worth a lot less. I am going to sell it at a gun show in two weeks. What would a good price be for the gun and holster? I am thinking maybe $150? Does this sound about right?
     
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    Most local stocks in my area stock them NIB for 199-220 or so.

    With such a low new selling price, you won't make much selling. I'd just keep it. Ammo is something that's going to be a constant drain on your wallet. Selling a gun is just a temporary fix unless you are putting it towards reloading equipment or something.

    Just my thoughts. I hope things go well. I took HUGE loss selling my Beretta a while back, but I needed something that would be competitive in more divisions and more comfortable for carry. I still regret doing that though...
     
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    Probably closer to $120-140 range, from a dealer~? :scrutiny::eek::uhoh:
     
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