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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by glockguy67, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. glockguy67

    glockguy67

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    i want to sell some of my guns but i dont have a way to take pics is it impossible to sell without pics? thanks for yor input
     

  2. AGAF

    AGAF On a Journey

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    Does anyone that you know have a camera that you can borrow? A phone with a camera?
     
  3. samuse

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    I'll put it this way.

    It's 2012.

    If you can't even take pics and get 'em on the internet in a decent format with some reasonably intelligent dialogue, I'm not gonna do business with you.

    And don't even try to get me to mess with a fax machine.
     
  4. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    Would you buy a gun from a AD with no pics?





    I won't ethier.......

    :cool:
     
  5. OhioGlock90

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    i will not even look at a internet classified for any thing if it doesn't have a picture. Makes me suspicious, its to easy to upload a picture.
     
  6. Two Guns

    Two Guns VIP MEMBER

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    What guns do you have for sale? I have bought guns unseen.
     
  7. bac1023

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  8. Finestkind

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    All smart ass comments aside I have purchased guns with out pics as well. Some were great and I really got burned on one.


    Finestkind
     
  9. clarkz71

    clarkz71

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    I also won't even look at an ad without pics.
     
  10. trenchgun

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    OK, use a phone with a camera, or a cheap digital camera, take good pictures of both sides of the gun in decent light. Then download the pics to your computer. You might have to first download some software from a disc if you use a digital camera. After you download the pics of your guns to your computer, you can go to one of the many free websites, photobucket is one of them where you can then download your pics from your computer to photobucket. Photobucket will then have a link that you will copy and then paste that link in your ad for the gun, then you will have a picture or two of the gun, making selling the gun a lot easier. Once you do this a time or two, it is a snap, not really much to it at all. The photobucket website explains what needs to be done. I am including a recent photobucket pic of a Colt Ace 22 that I took outside in sunlight with just a phone camera for an example.

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Nov 8, 2012
  11. dhoomonyou

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    Duh
    What if im dishonest enough to put up a STOCK photo of a BENTLEY and deliver you a Ford?
    IMHO. Only buy FTF.
     
  12. edcrosbys

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    Get pics... If not, you'll decrease the price enough where someone is willing to take a risk. If you post a city/state you're close to someone on here might even be able to help you out for a 6-pack (or something).