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    What about your gut instinct on price? Did you get your asking price? I have a couple of pistols for sale that might go at a gun show or here on DC.com.
    A Beretta .40 9000-S F model and an M&P FS .45 with night sights and five mags lightly fired and in original box with all factory inclusions. Aight, dawg? ;)
    I talked to a couple of very different gun stores in my area about finding a buyer and meeting him at their store to do the Tennessee and NICS. They both said just write a bill of sale. I guess there's no profit in serving the local market responsibly?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistology View Post
    What about your gut instinct on price? Did you get your asking price? I have a couple of guns for sale that might go at a gun show or here on DC.com.
    A Beretta 9000-S F model and an M&P FS .45 with night sights and five mags lightly fired and in original box with all factory inclusions.

    WTH does that mean???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac00 View Post
    WTH does that mean???
    My newest pistol, which I got for about 3 months ago, is still “lightly fired” too. So far I have put on it only about 900 rounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac00 View Post
    WTH does that mean???

    Well, a gun store clerk said that the red coloring along the bottom rail is factory lubricant that has not been worked off by firing.

    You interested?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistology View Post

    Well, a gun store clerk said that the red coloring along the bottom rail is factory lubricant that has not been worked off by firing.

    You interested?

    no thanx, If I bring home one more firearm my love life may take a turn for the worse............if ya-know-what-I-mean
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