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Should I sell my Glock mags?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Upgrayedd, Dec 25, 2012.

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  1. Upgrayedd

    Upgrayedd aka hand banana

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    I've switched over to the M&P9/M&P9c for good. Sold my last glock a few months ago. I still have a few glock mags. I could leave them tucked away, but I have no use for them. It seems like it's a seller's market for regular cap mags. How much should I ask for, or should I just keep them? If I sell them, it would be to buy more M&P mags with the money. The mags are all 40 cal Glock factory mags. 1x22 rounds, 6x15 rounds (1 is .357 and 3 are marked LEO), 2x13 rounds.
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    Last edited: Dec 25, 2012
  2. B_RAD

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    I would say keep them. You say you're done with glocks but you never know.
     


  3. fusegsp

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    I'd try to get M&P mags myself. Actually, I'm considering trying to find someone who'll give me a bunch of M&P or XDM mags for some P-Mags. I'm still not sure if I want to do that yet, though.
     
  4. Strizzi

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    If you decide to sell the 13 rounders let me know
     
  5. If you are completely done with Glocks, I don't see why you should keep them.

    If you decide to sell, I'll take the 15 rounds and that monster 22 rounder too! Paypal ready!
     
  6. Stevekozak

    Stevekozak Returning video

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    If you are not going to own Glocks, sell them or trade them for something you can use.
     
  7. voomie

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  8. DaBurna

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    :wavey:are you intersted in selling your Glock 22rounder? PM me asking price...
     
  9. Keep them. You can never tell, you might find a GL22 at a good price and need them again.
     
  10. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

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    Sell em for $100 a piece and you'll have enough to get a HK!

    :cool:
     
  11. Warp

    Warp ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    I think that, personally, I would keep 2 of the non-marked 15 rounders and sell or trade the rest.
     
  12. Upgrayedd

    Upgrayedd aka hand banana

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    Or I'd have enough for 2 M&Ps! :wavey: I think $100 might be a little high, but I don't see any point in selling them for $20. What would the fair market value be at this time?
     
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  13. Ceapea

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    Why didn't you sell them with the guns as you sold them?
    Or didn't you know that you'd sell them all off, as you sold one at a time?
     
  14. Ronaldo

    Ronaldo Ancient Member Millennium Member

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    I'd hang on to them. You can't tell how the future will be, and the time will come when they will be worth more than their weight in gold.

    Also, they will serve as a physical reminder of the freedom we once had, which will be taken away by socialistic blundering idiots and their so-called leader barry obongo.

    Ronaldo, with no tolerance for communists and morons :steamed:
     
  15. dvrdwn72

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    Keep them, might be able to trade later on if needed.
     
  16. The Fed

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    If they're banned you probably won't legally be able to sell them. I'm thinking there will be no grandfathering for previously manufactured or sold ones. And how would you prove when you bought them since they're not serial numbered?

    I'm thinking even magazine baseplate extenders wil be contraband.
     
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2012
  17. Bob Hafler

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    Sure why not,if your never going to use them, and they do not fit your present guns. Hording mags you'll never use makes no sense. Like you mentioned.Sell them and buy more mags or ammo for the pistols you own and can use. Grab the money while you can, you never know what tomorrow might bring is correct, but I'm sure it's not going to be for the better when it comes to guns and what is legal to own.
     
  18. Warp

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    I'm thinking there won't be a ban
     
  19. kahrcarrier

    kahrcarrier FAHRENHEIT

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    Keep them for now....... Put them in a drawer and forget about it. They could lose value or gain value ,it depends on which way the wind blows. Time will tell, but I am betting they will become more valuable.
     
    Last edited: Dec 26, 2012
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