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Old 05-02-2012, 04:11 AM   #1
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I might be selling my beretta M9. Some stuff came up and need money. Don't want to do it but might not have a choice.
-BerettaM9 w/original box and tags and custom trijicon night sights installed, and the original rear sight in a bag. The sights were installed by Tooltech gunsight. they drilled in the front trijicon since there's no dovetail.
-Set of stock grips, aluminum grips, and hogue grips.
- two 15 Rnd mags
- solid steel guide rod
- extended mag release
- original guide rod and spring and mag release
-.22lr conversion kit w/one mag.

All for $1000.00

Do u guys think that's too much to ask?
Probably about 700 rounds through the M9 and about 500 through the conversion kit.

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Old 05-02-2012, 04:43 AM   #2
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I doubt you'll get that much. First you have to find someone who wants all that stuff, you may have to split it up. Hope you can hang on instead.

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I'm sure if you posted it in the for sale section people would let you know if your asking to much.

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It doesn't hurt to list it for that price and see if you get lucky. Honestly you'll probably be lucky to get $800.
Parting out all the extra goodies may be a good idea.

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It doesn't hurt to list it for that price and see if you get lucky. Honestly you'll probably be lucky to get $800.
Parting out all the extra goodies may be a good idea.
This^^
I was going to say between $800 & $900 might be realistic. Price also drives how fast you want to move it. The higher the price, the longer you are likely to continue to have it sitting around.
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I hear ya guys. Thanks for your input. For 1k I'm still losing about 400.00 with tax for all the stuff I bought for it. So that makes it very hard to go lower. I'll figure out something. It's either that or my sig.

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to me i thought it seemed almost reasonable. suppose being in ny im used to seeing higher prices anyway. a new m9 here goes for about 650 for just the pistol.. perhaps try to sell it seperately to make the money you need... same reason LGS/gun show tables like selling ammo by the box, not the case. they make more money.

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Yeah. Same here. The m9 goes anywhere from 590-700 new in box @ LGS's around here.

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Around here, I'd ask $650 for everything but the conversion kit (and I'd probably take $600). And then sell rimfire setup seperately. I wouldn't expect to get $1000 for my Sig P226 with 22lr conversion/5 mags/multiple grips, etc...and they go for a few hundred more.

YMMV and your local market may be different. Best of luck with the sale.

In 6 months there's a very good chance the supply/demand situation will move significantly in your favor if you can wait.

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I agree with the part it out crowd... I think you'll make up more ground...

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