SIG 220 .45 acp...how much?

SIG 220 .45 acp...how much?

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    SIG 220 .45 acp...how much?

    I'm thinking of trading my SIG 220 .45 acp. (4" barrel) New slide & barrel. Not wanting to get screwed over, what is a reasonable price to accept? (gun store) Thanks.


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    just an idea for a little research. go to gunbroker and see what new and used are selling for then expect to get less as a trade in. how much less depends what you are trading for and how much wiggle room the dealer has. you'd do better to sell it out right unless you are in a hurry. just an simple opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLC View Post
    just an idea for a little research. go to gunbroker and see what new and used are selling for then expect to get less as a trade in. how much less depends what you are trading for and how much wiggle room the dealer has. you'd do better to sell it out right unless you are in a hurry. just an simple opinion.
    The trade would be for a new Winchester 30-30.

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    I can tell you this much.........CPO P220 pistols at some of my local gun shows sell for around $650 or less. I'd guess it depends on how hard they are to find in your area.

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    There is also a book out there with gun values published... can't remember the name, but it's like the Kelly Blue Book for cars... you might take it to a local shop for an appraisal.
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    Around 580.00 Used is the price Im finding.
    I know not what this "overkill" means.

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