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Old 07-16-2012, 01:37 AM   #1
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Just curious what u all thought.

Ruger sr9c SS with 400 rounds fired and well cleaned. Leather OWB holster. 2 10 round mags. And 600 rounds of ammo. For $500?

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Old 07-16-2012, 03:17 AM   #2
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Hard to tell because I dont keep up with factory ammo prices. Sounds reasonable to me.

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That's a decent deal. I paid 360 OTD for my SR9C w/ SS. New it came with the 10 round and 17 round mag with grip extension. The cheapest I've found 9mm ammo to be is right around $110 per 500 rounds. It's a great gun. I highly recommend it!

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Both are good to great deals. I paid $415 plus tax. New two years ago. Very happy with it. Over 3000 rounds through without a problem.

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Great deal- Paid $420 for mine well over a year ago
What type/maker of holster?
All factory ammo?

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Sounds like a great deal. Just the ammo alone is worth a minimum of $150 and that's if it's cheap Wolf, Tula, WWB or the Red Federal from Walmart.

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I say deal...Are you the seller or the buyer? Lousy time to try to sell anything, buying on the other hand...

Good leather is never cheap, gotta figure that's $50-$75 alone...right?

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well, im trying to decide what i should do. cause i have a 40 that i really like. and i dont see the need to have a 40 and a 9. i could sell it and get money for my next pistol which is either gonna be a gp100 or a mk3 hunter. so i thought if i was to sell it would this be a reasonable price... yes factory ammo, 4 boxes of RWS, 5 of S&B, 1 of each PMC,MAGTECH, and BLAZER. heres a pic. im still deciding. but if i keep it i wont have the cash for my new pistol. and im pretty sure im craving that .357.. kinda bummer cause it does shoot nice

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Looking at things objectively, it's kind of a nice problem to have...don't ya think...?

Selling a good shooter is never easy, but the GP is a good shooter too....just sayin' GP..GP..GP..

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