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Old 11-18-2011, 03:28 AM   #1
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A friend has approached me on purchasing his used (200 rounds) G17 GEN4 for. $400.00. Price seems fair to me, any forum members want to back this up? Give me your .02 please !

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Old 11-18-2011, 03:32 AM   #2
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A very good price IMO. Specially it only fired for 200 rounds only.

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That's a very fair price (on your part).

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That would be a dang good buy. I'd jump on that

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I paid 600 for mine new. Great piece. Very easy to customize.

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I never pay more than 55 cents on a dollar. There very common which drives the price down a little. Just bought a 1st Gen 19 yesterday lnib for $225. I think a lot of the price you pay for all firearms depends on what state you live in. Different gun laws and such. I bought a used Mossberg 500 for bird season and paid $135. I see what they go for on GB & what people pay for on forums & it makes me cringe.

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Great gun, great price if you want a 17Gen4!

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I just gave 650.00 for a new 17L today to go with my 24.Sounds like a good price to me.I just love me some long slides!

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Thanks for the advise guys, offered him $350 and it's in my possession now. Looking forward to range report !

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More advice, if he's a true friend and you want to keep him as a friend then give him the extra $50. Sounds like he was desperate and the gun is well worth $400.

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