Price check

Price check

This is a discussion on Price check within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; OK all you Glockophiles. I'm thinking about selling a 3rd Gen G27 to a friend. It's in good shape and has no issues. What is ...

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    OK all you Glockophiles. I'm thinking about selling a 3rd Gen G27 to a friend. It's in good shape and has no issues. What is a fair price?
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    You can buy new Glocks all day for 450-475, so I'd say right around 400-425 would be a retail price if its truly in good shape.
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    Our local stores run at $499 to $529. But one of the large stores that does a lot of gun shows will drop his price to the "gun show" price of $479 if you ask. I'd say Sixto has put it in the right ball park. $400 to $425 if it is in real good shape.
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    Wow, OK. I was thinking more like $350. I guess now that I think about it a Glock is a Glock is a Glock, so I guess they hold their value pretty well.
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    Agree $400 isn't a bad price.
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    Yes $400 sounds fair.
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    $400 sounds like a good deal. $350 would be a really good deal.
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    depends how good of a friend they are! $350 is a awesome price, however $400 is the norm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsimps69 View Post
    depends how good of a friend they are! $350 is a awesome price, however $400 is the norm....
    Well I'm going to offer it to my friend at $350, if he takes it then he takes it. If not, I'll sell it here for $375 + shipping. I'll let you all know in a couple of days.
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    Is the gun badly worn? Does the finish have any significant issues? You seem to be set on selling it at a lowball price.

    You will need to take a good photo or two of it, if you want to sell it online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    Wow, OK. I was thinking more like $350. I guess now that I think about it a Glock is a Glock is a Glock, so I guess they hold their value pretty well.
    350 would be my friend price too. Notice I put the word "retail" in my other post. I think 350 would be a good price to a friend. I've found that passing a good deal to a pal always is returned, sometimes in triplicate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    You can buy new Glocks all day for 450-475, so I'd say right around 400-425 would be a retail price if its truly in good shape.
    spot on
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