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Did I breath in to much gunpowder today ..

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by NightWolfe, Aug 3, 2003.

  1. NightWolfe

    NightWolfe Grumpy Glocker

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    or is this guy nuts ?

    http://www.gunbroker.com/auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=10727587

    They look a good bit worse than excellent to me
    Sorry but I've never seen ar mags go for more than $30 new .. let alone $70 for some beat up ones ..
     
  2. Brasso

    Brasso Millennium Member

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    I'm not Jewish. I'm Messianic.
    I don't know about the gunpowder, but that guys been smoking crack.
     

  3. Guest

    You can ask for, and sometimes get, crazy prices for things on auctions, especially ebay.
    I saw someone paid $ 27. for a glock keychain on ebay. Glock sent me one for free. BTW, there were several bidders fighting for it.

    Bruce
     
  4. njl

    njl

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    Maybe that asking price is in Pesos? :)

    But there definitely are nutty people on ebay/gunbroker. My G27, which nobody here was terribly interested in went in 2 days (via buy-it-now) on Gunbroker for more than I was asking here. Of course after Gunbroker and Paypal's cuts, I got less...but at least it sold quick.

    I recently sold some wheel locks from my previous car via ebay. A few guys got into a bidding war and the winner ended up paying about 2x what I paid for them new (and what you can still get them for new).