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Going to sell a few AR's, what site?

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by GreenDrake, Dec 25, 2012.


  1. GreenDrake

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    I have to turn over a few rifles to help fund my drift boat purchase for this spring, do you guys use GunBroker or some other site? They are Bushmaster Carbons, going rate seems to be $1200 on up. Brand new, still in the box.
     

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  2. Rooster Rugburn

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    Got Pignose?

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    I would go with Buds Gun Shop. There have been some ridiculous prices on some stuff lately, apparently, their customers have plenty money to spend.
     

  3. arushus

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    I vote for gunbroker
     
  4. cowboy1964

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    How much hassle do you want? I am a low-hassle kind of guy. I would visit a few local gunshops and see what they will offer.
     
  5. AZson

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    www.backpage.com, sporting goods. Find the town that your in or the closest to you and list them for free.
     
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  6. GAFinch

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    I personally prefer using local sites for face-to-face purchases/sales or, more often, putting guns on consignment at a local gun shop, which charge a fee of 10% of the selling price. I've bought a couple guns out of state and it was too much time and hassle in both cases for my liking.
     
  7. cowboywannabe

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    you savvy?

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    GT classifieds.
     
  8. mac66

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    In this market, an auction site would get you the most for your guns.
     
  9. Aahzz

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    Who?

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    I use armslist.com to find local buyers - it's free and I've had great response from it.
     
  10. WinterWizard

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    Given the current climate, you should be getting $2000 per gun. Any less and you have been taken. Morals be damned, that's just how it is right now.
     
  11. WarEagle32

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    I'd try gunbroker or GT classifieds for a premium price!
     
  12. M&P15T

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    Gunbroker.com, auction them with a high minimum bid.

    You'll make bank.
     
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