Glock 22 How much should I ask for my G22.3?

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  1. pcbs

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    Don't get me wrong, I love the .40, it's just that right now I find myself with one too many guns and want to sell my Gen3 G22, including a Lone Wolf 9mm conversion barrel. The gun has never been carried and the finish is like new. Round count is 1,650 .40 and 1,342 9mm for a total of 2,992 of various types of ammo. (FWIW I just replaced the recoil spring.) If I sell to a private party how much should I ask?
     
  2. R.B. Riddick

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  3. Spartan24

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    You’re doing the equivalent of selling tanning lotion in Alaska in the dark of winter. I’d find something else to sell.
     
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    The .40 pistol prices are down.$350 with both barrels.
     
  5. alnicoG22

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    Don't get me wrong, I love the .40. And that is why I am not selling my Gen 3 G22 and Lone Wolf 40/9 conversion barrel. :D
     
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    Sit on it and wait for another Democrat President or a House and Senate controlled by Democrats. Then $600.00 won’t be out of the question. Now is not the time to sell.
     
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  7. Glockdude1

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    Me too!!!

    :laughabove:
     
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    Keep it and buy a 357 sig barrel and have a blast shooting
     
  9. Teecher45

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    You can buy a lot of .40 and 9 ammo for the price of a sig barrel and, especially, ammo to feed it.
    OP, unless you need the money, it’s not the time to sell a .40.


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    I don't understand that comment. :flag:
     
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    I agree with 58Sniper.

    GT is offering Gen3s for $270 and they don’t appear to be selling.


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    If you have too many guns there must be some others that you can sell and some that might bring a better price.

    Otherwise ask $400 and be willing to come down to $350 but no lower. Whether buying or selling, never be impatient. Hold out for the price you want or else don't buy or sell.
     
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    $250.

    they just aren’t selling
     
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    I would try for 300 for the pistol, and sell the barrel separately.
     
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    Maybe it’s a Gen3 22C gills? Id give him $300 if that was the case :animlol:
     
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    $300 at the very most, but likely less.

    They aren’t worth much of anything.
     
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    Borg, who in the right mind is going to pay anything close to $400 for a used G22? 40S&W is dead in the water from a value standpoint.

    Even $350 is robbery, in my opinion.
     
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    obi wan.jpg You will sell your Glock 22 and Lone Wolf barrel to me...for $150...you don't need to see my identification...these aren't the droids you're looking for. :bringiton:
     
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  19. Top Glock10mm

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    All these guys selling glocks in 40 for less than $300? Take a trip to southern middle TN and I’ll take them off your hands for you. Around here you can’t find a used Glock in 40 for less than $375 and they seem to sell just fine. Even our police trade ins all sold for $360 each.... thats with over a decade of duty gun wear...


    Post your 40 w/ conversion barrel for 400. Dont take less than that. If it doesn’t sell keep it. Find something else to get rid of. That g22 platform is worth that even if you don’t like the 40(I do and wish we hadn’t changed) purely for its adaptability. You can have 3 guns in 1 with minimal extra parts needed. If you need money that badly sell something else
     
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    I just paid $600 for a 23C and $750 for another 23C. I think I got ripped!
     
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