A few "New" aquisitions

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    A few "New" aquisitions

    Ok..........so I've been run over in the past, but ya can't keep a good man down........and I've been up to no good since march 06
    Here's a few goodies I got during that time
    detonics MK VI Pro series Seattle gun dated April 1982 with 3 detonics mags rug and intruction manual for 325.00
    Beretta 96D LEO Box Centurion 40 S&W NEW Trigicons 2 extra mags 345.50
    Sig P226 9mm with 3 hi caps 365.00
    Springer Mil Spec series......with extended dafety, target triger, nice grips, and match BBL. 282.50
    lasty a Glock 26 (picked it up yesterday from a private sale) ANIB from a guy who bought it brand new 3 weeks ago........the wife said either it goes (the glock) or you go. <sigh> soooo I was able to snag it as he was going into the shop for 300.00
    Like Chris (p95) says.....I'm a "very wicked man"........and JAK47 calls me "Dr Evil" I guess I'm living up to their expectations LMAO
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    Well Bob - what can I say!!!! ''Mr Wicked'' it is LOL!

    Nice snag of goodies there ol buddy - very nice. Good deal on 226 for sure. All I have extra to show for last few months is a Bersa UC9 - which still awaits a full workout!

    Keep it up - as they say
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    LOL Chris...........All I gotta do is find the time to shoot them and evaluate em...........I'm brinig in the P226 to the shop........where it's going to be transformed into an Equinox type gun...........with a few "enhancments" of course! from the Custom shop..
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    Shameless exploitation of sellers

    The pricing you give for the guns shown is remarkably low. The Beretta DAO Centurion with night sights looks spotless, and $345 is a steal. The Glock 26 for $300 is also extraordinary. The Sig does look like its been in and out of a holster some, but the price is very low.

    I think the trick to good deals like yours is to find sellers who are under some sort of pressure to convert the gun into money quickly, and to be willing to bargain and walk away from the deal if the price isn't low enough. It also helps to have the cash in your pocket so you can move fast.

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    Looks like a great buy on the Detonics. Hopefully I can find one with that kind of price. Shot it yet?

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    Gee Bob, I opened the thread thinking that you cad now completed a complete collection of every firearm SIG makes....... And had been named (new) employee of the year!

    Imagine my disappointment.
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    Very nice espically the detonics MK VI

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    Nice pick-ups there Bob! I have to come by sometime and see your "stash"! LOL!
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    It's guys like you, who get all the great deals, that makes me angry:)

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    Bob, I need to follow you around for a few weeks to get some pointers and to pick up some of the items you pass on. Great buys. Like Bud I'm especially fond of the Detonics. Truth be told I am literally drolling over it.

    I have just one question. How do you live with yourself after doing this? I'm not talking about taking the poor suckers -oops, I meant individuals to the cleaners. I mean coming here to Combat Carry and flaunting it in front of us lesser mortals.

    Congrats on some great buys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pogo2 View Post
    The pricing you give for the guns shown is remarkably low. The Beretta DAO Centurion with night sights looks spotless, and $345 is a steal. The Glock 26 for $300 is also extraordinary. The Sig does look like its been in and out of a holster some, but the price is very low.

    I think the trick to good deals like yours is to find sellers who are under some sort of pressure to convert the gun into money quickly, and to be willing to bargain and walk away from the deal if the price isn't low enough. It also helps to have the cash in your pocket so you can move fast.
    Well the secret is..............that I work at one of the largest Sporting goods store on the east Coast.. Kittery Trading Post....WWW.KTP.Com ...in Maine.. i work part time there when I can, as well as my employment at SigArms in Exeter NH..........I got all the usuals at Kittery with my Employee discount........The Glock was a freak accident............right place and time.....
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    Wow, some great buys and great guns too.
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    I must be livin' wrong........

    These deals never seem to find me!
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    Nice Collection...

    but which one was your 'last gun'?

    Shoot straight...with 'em all!

    Stay safe...

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    Wow Bob! You and me are cut from the same wicked cloth my friend.

    My last acquisitions over the past six months include:

    Ruger P345D .45 ACP (from a member here),
    2 x Stag AR lowers,
    Bushmaster M4 5.56mm,
    FEG PA-63 9x18mm,
    Taurus 905C 9mm revolver, and
    EAA Witness .38 Super.

    ...I've also got great deals on them except the Bushy....paid fair market price for it, but had it on lay-away for a spell.

    Excellent prices on everything there!!
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