Resale Value Of Glocks

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    Resale Value Of Glocks

    I recently purchased a G27 for a back-up to my G23. I really didnt need the gun, but I just love Glocks. I really like the 27 but recently decided I shouldnt have bought it because Im saving for daughters college, so I decided to try and sell it. I put it for sale in the local classified ads for $475.00. I just paid $500.00 so I figured that was a fair price. My phone has rung OFF the hook. Ive probaly had 10 calls this week. Everytime the phone rings I just cant part with the little 27 so I tell the caller I decided not to sell. So if your contemplating buying a Glock, dont worry, if you dont like it you can for sure sell it.
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    $475 won't be the diffrence in your daughter going to college. or not. KEEP THE G27 !!! Yes, there is a strong demand for the Glocks

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    There must be really high demand in your area. You can buy new Glocks here for $450-$500.

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    Might get $400-$450 around here, unless there are a couple extras like ammo or mags. You'll regret selling the 27....ask me how I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpw View Post
    Might get $400-$450 around here, unless there are a couple extras like ammo or mags. You'll regret selling the 27....ask me how I know.
    What he said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    I put it for sale in the local classified ads for $475.00. I just paid $500.00 so I figured that was a fair price. My phone has rung OFF the hook. Ive probaly had 10 calls this week.
    I'd be leary of people willing to pay so close to "new" prices for a "used" gun. At that price point, I'd guess that more than a few of the callers were unsavory characters unable to put their name on a 4473, if you get my drift.

    For a mere $25 difference, most legit folks would just go buy a brand new one.

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    Wow, and here I was getting mine new for $475 OTD, including GSSF membership and tax. Though I'll admit I gave the sales guy at Cabela's a priceless look when they wanted $600 for a used G27 with no extras. Very cool that you had that option, about halfway though I was afraid you were going to be talking about taking a $100+ loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    I recently purchased a G27 for a back-up to my G23. I really didnt need the gun, but I just love Glocks. I really like the 27 but recently decided I shouldnt have bought it because Im saving for daughters college, so I decided to try and sell it. I put it for sale in the local classified ads for $475.00. I just paid $500.00 so I figured that was a fair price. My phone has rung OFF the hook. Ive probaly had 10 calls this week. Everytime the phone rings I just cant part with the little 27 so I tell the caller I decided not to sell. So if your contemplating buying a Glock, dont worry, if you dont like it you can for sure sell it.
    That's a fact! Best not to open that can of worms (no pun intended), unless you really want to part with your Glock...never list it for sale. If you do, maybe that will tell you it's worth. Just one of those things I reckon.

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    No need to sell your Glock. Just tell your daughter to get a job :-)
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    Now everyone knows your phone number and that you have guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlockJS View Post
    No need to sell your Glock. Just tell your daughter to get a job :-)


    I give $350-$375 for Used Glocks, and that's generous.

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    They don`t bring much around here , around $350 depending on model. If I could get within 25 bucks of what I have paid for mine I would sell every one of them I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant48 View Post
    I'd be leary of people willing to pay so close to "new" prices for a "used" gun. At that price point, I'd guess that more than a few of the callers were unsavory characters unable to put their name on a 4473, if you get my drift.

    For a mere $25 difference, most legit folks would just go buy a brand new one.
    Yea, Thats what I figured. I would sell no gun without a permit from the buyer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    Now everyone knows your phone number and that you have guns.
    So!
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    I sold my 27 and have regretted it every since....
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