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Whats it worth

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by fordman650, Mar 15, 2007.

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  1. fordman650

    fordman650 Member

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    Springfield armory XD, .45 acp, 4" service model, stainless steel slide, comes with 2 13 round mags, and xd gear kit, FFL

    I'm looking at this and wondered if $500 was a good price

    Thanks
    Larry
     
  2. pablo45

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    No, that is way too high i would tell who ever is selling that to go down to around 250.00 maybe even 200.00 sorry but someone is trying to rip you off. I would only pay that high for a GLOCK or HK never an DX.
     
  3. gudel

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    I wouldn't pay $500 for an XD, $400ish maybe.
     
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    Excellent cond. used, no more than $300.
     
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    He didn't say it was used... If it's NIB then it is a $500 gun setup.
    That's the price Gander Mountain sells it for on special.
     
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    I think around 400 would be about right. If I still had my XD 45 and you offered me $200-$300 dollars I'd laugh at you and walk away. You could always do a search in the for sale forums to get an idea what they're going for.
     
  7. fordman650

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    thanks guys he sold it anyway. this is one reason i joined this forum to learn and get good advise you can't know everything

    Thanks
    Larry
     
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