This is a discussion on Any one use bidgunner.com??? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; A friend of mine is thinking about buying a gun from this site. Any one here ever bought any thing from them and is it ...
A friend of mine is thinking about buying a gun from this site. Any one here ever bought any thing from them and is it legit?
Never heard of em either - so no, have not used them.
It's not for me and here is why. Example - Say you purchase 100 bids that costs you $80.00. You just paid $80.00 for $1.00 worth of bids. One bid is one penny. An auction can drag out for days. Supposedly folks can get perhaps a Sig p238 for $22.00 or a Bushmaster AR for $60 or so dollars. If you do the math and logic it is easy to loose a bunch of money. If you have 20 people bidding and each one of them purchased 100 bids that comes up to $1600.00 for the auction supplier (typically Buds) before the firearm is sold. Just my humble opinion.
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Winning an auction on there is almost like winning the lottery unless you want to spend a lot of money AND have a ton of time to waste.
In the bidgunner penny auction, each bid costs an average of $0.65/per bid.
At $0.65/bid, $7.69 bid has earned the the listing comany $500
For examle, there is a Remington 870 Tact Magul that just sold for $23.07. That means the website took in $1,499 for that shotgun. Bargain? I think not!
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ya, its a penny auction site. The Auction sites make KILLINGS on every bid, Basically you pay for each of your bids.
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check out what the ARs are selling for on that site. The profit they are making must be obscene.
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