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Whats a fair price for a used G19?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Eurodriver, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. Eurodriver

    Eurodriver

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    It seems prices have gone up substantially lately.

    What would you be comfortable paying for a like new condotion, but used Gen 3 Glock 19? Box, 2 mags, etc included.
     
  2. xidica

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    400-430 would be what I'd hope to pay.
     

  3. HOTHEAD

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    $450

    At least that's what I would pay for one in top condition. Any more than that, I'll spend the extra coin and just buy new.
     
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  4. foxj66

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    I would expect an out the door price of around 400, GSSF purchase price is 425
     
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  5. Shootinbil

    Shootinbil Millennium Member

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    About 450. I bought a Glock 30 for 400.
     
  6. RyanG19

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    I sold a glock 19 gen 3 here in Oklahoma for $500!
     
  7. TxXDm

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    Man a used gun is like a used truck the first sale and the seller loses plenty,
    I just bought a Gen 4 new, unfired for $475.
    used, I would pay no more then $375 or even 350 if it really looks used.
     
  8. Bren

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    $400 - less is a good deal and more is too much, since any GSSF member can go buy a new standard Glock for $425. No way I'd ever pay $450 for a used one, even with night sights.
     
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    GSSF price $425 + sales tax + 2 yrs. GSSF Dues + travel to nearest dealer who will honor GSSF price + on paper

    A like new in box seems to me to be worth $425-$450 and maybe even more with N.S.
     
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  10. alwaysshootin

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    With that description, basically, a basic G19, $425! Oh, it had better be like new condition.
     
  11. Eurodriver

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    Of course it is.

    In essence, I bought two G19s recently. A 2003 Gen 3 G19 and a mid-late 90s Gen2 and I love those compared to my 2011 model G19 Gen3.

    So I'm going to the gun show this weekend and want to sell my G19 but I don't know what to ask. I figure it is a gunshow and $450 would be a steal compared to what some of the jackasses sell them for :faint: but I don't want to turn off any potential buyers or take less than I should. I think $400 is the minimum I would take.

    Thats not giving it away or asking too much, is it?
     
  12. alwaysshootin

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    Sorry didn't know you were selling, thought your were buying. My bad! Asking $450 is not out of the question, but be willing to take $400-$425, that's what it's worth. Just saying.
     
  13. TxXDm

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    Yes , I have to agree with Always shooting, that is the high and low of it.
    Most people are cheap though, so if you would take 375 you for sure can sell it at the gun show and come home with some cash in your pockets.You dont want to miss a sale and have to drag it back home over 25 bucks.You usually only get 2 or 3 real good chances to sell one at a show.
     
  14. High Altitude

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    Here on the front range, you can sell that 19 in a FTF transaction for 450-500 all day long.

    Saw a used gen3 19 on consignment in a shop sell for $449. Same shop sells them new for $499.

    19s sell, simple as that.
     
  15. 9mm +p+

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    I paid $500 for my like new gen 3 last summer, could i have found one cheaper? Maybe, but a FTF deal with no dealer to go through is worth a little more to me...
     
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    I bought a PD Trade in heavily used 2 Gen G-23 years ago, carry it all the time, mucho holster wear, fogeddaboutit...............$360, would never sell it.
     
  17. DannyII

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    FTF for a plain-Jane LNIB 19 - $450 asking price, $400 sold price. You won't have it very long. If you were closer to me, I would buy it from you FTF for $400.

    On this forum, you're competing a bit with GSSF purchasers. That same 19, brand new, = $425+tax=$450ish.