This is a discussion on Would you pay $400 for a used glock 17 gen 4? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This glock is 4 years old and still has the orginal case and 3 magazines. It is it excellent condition and had less than 2k ...
This glock is 4 years old and still has the orginal case and 3 magazines. It is it excellent condition and had less than 2k rounds through it. Im asking because im selling it. Do you think anyone will pay this price?
Prices vary by location, but if it were me and I were selling locally, I'd probably start with an asking price of $450 or more, and see what offers I got. Online sales, I'd expect less due to shipping and transfer fees.
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Me I would not ..If it was lightly used ie under 250-300 rounds maybe
Past 1k I am paying the 100 bucks more and getting one brand new esp if yours is stock no NS
But the price is not bad for use and I am sure you will sell it ..For me I would just spend the extra 100 bucks and get one brand new
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I thought $400 is a fair price. Maybe on Armslist start at $450 or so and take $400. 17's and 19's are a little over $500 new here so $400 should be an easy sale. Sure the 22's and 23's LEO trad-ins sell much cheaper but there should be more demand for a 17. I hardly see those being blown out as surplus nowadays. I guess the price will vary by location but here the vast majority are 22,23,27 in the used cases or on Armslist.
It's a fair price but not something I would buy. For approximately $200 more I could get a new Gen 4 and that's what I'd do. But that's just me. You'll probably sell it at $400.Would you pay $400 for a used glock 17 gen 4?
Really $400.00? here in mass average used price for a Glock G17.................$899.00
One of the big online stores was selling G17 in good condition for $369 or so a while ago.
$400 is fair if it's in very good condition. It's it's got some holster wear, I might bring it down to $350ish.
If it came with box, papers, spare mag, extra backstraps... $400 is an fine price for a used one.