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Old 01-28-2011, 07:42 PM   #11
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The gun itself should be less. I paid $499 for mine brand new. The ammo, holster, and other stuff with it is really personal preference stuff and shouldn't be considered in the price. IMO
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Old 01-28-2011, 10:44 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by BigByrd47119 View Post
He states its been taken to the range 3 or 4 times (unknown round count). Along with the Glock he is throwing in 3 50rnd boxes of Ranger 180 gr, a Uncle Mikes ankle holster, a Uncle Mikes OWB holster and a leather OWB holster that I cant recall the maker of at this time.
Well, I guess I'll be the one to go against the grain a bit here. I'm neither a Glock owner nor a Glock fan. But if you like the gun, it's a fair deal based on what I commonly see.

Like-new Glocks often bring $450-500 on the local trading board in my neck of the woods. The Rangers I assume are JHP defense ammo, and three boxes is worth about $100. The Uncle Mikes holsters are junk when it comes to carry (and this is a carry gun), the leather one might be worth a few bucks.

Considering at least $100 worth extras are included, $500 sounds like a fair price to me.
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:39 PM   #13
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Default I think it's an ok deal

I might have missed it, but does the gun have night sights? I would add at $50-$60 value for quality night sights.

LEO pricing from Glock has that gun at $428 without night sights. Reasonably priced new Glock 27 pistols for civilian users ranges from $450-$550, without night sights.

With the holsters (if you like them) and the ammo, I think this is a fair deal. I might say its a slightly better deal for the seller, since $500 would be my absolute ceiling on this deal, but still a fair deal.
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