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Old 07-26-2012, 06:05 AM   #1
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What do y'all think about trading a 40 cal high point for a mossberg 500? Is it a good trade or what
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Old 07-26-2012, 07:34 AM   #2
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What do y'all think about trading a 40 cal high point for a mossberg 500? Is it a good trade or what
Not much into the .40's, whats the going rate taking into consideration condition of both? Mods? Rounds fired? If you want to keep the .40 at all you can still have many 500's for a very decent price any how, theyre cheap.
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Love the 500 but they are very different, and doesn't it come down to use and dollar value!?
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Id do it..............
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Are you talking about a .40 Hi-Point pistol or Carbine?
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You haven't traded yet?

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Are you talking about a .40 Hi-Point pistol or Carbine?
Either one Id still do it.............
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the mb 500 is a good solid entry level shotgun. the high point (imho) is junk why do you think you can buy a new one for 149.99 but it does have a lifetime warranty thay stand behind . seen many go back and thay send you a new one dmn it only cost them 8 bucks. ya get what you pay for save your money and buy a good pistol
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