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Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by uzimon, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. uzimon

    uzimon team ftp

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    g20 gen 3 for $459 + tt&l:cool:
    1 mag no case. looks great.
    should i do that or a nib g20 for $540 + tt&l
    will come with 2 mags and case of course:dunno:

    was thinking about a g26 for the same $459, but hell, i already got a g19.............
     
  2. Dalton Wayne

    Dalton Wayne Epic mustache Millennium Member

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    Go new just my 2 cents
     

  3. Taterhead

    Taterhead Counting Beans

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    I agree. Adding a second mag, all of the sudden you are not saving too much. You might be able to haggle a bit though.
     
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    I'd offer 400 for the used one. If that won't work, get the new one. That's a pretty good price for a new one. Both my LGS are 610.00
     
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    I bought my G20 NIB for $492 OTD. Shop Shop Shop.
     
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    That's too high, in my opinion.
     
  7. uzimon

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    idk
    even used 9's go for $450 in these parts
     
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    If they would come down to $400 I'd buy it, any more get a new one. I prefer new anyway just that piece of knowing it is new for me is a good feeling. I looked for a use G20 for a long time, couldn't find one must have been a reason for that so I bought a new one Best choice I ever made. The G20 is an awesome pistol best you will ever have too IMO

    regards
     
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    In that scenario, if you have to pay anything above $450, out the door, I suggest going with the new one. Not to mention having the case with the gun increases the resale value if you do ever decide to get rid of it.
     
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  11. uzimon

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    well i put $100 down on it.
    and just to be safe i put a g26 on layaway as well:supergrin:

    on the g20: is there conversions to 9mm out yet?
    :wavey:
     
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    No conversions to 9x19 parabellum, just 9x25 dillon...