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Old 06-23-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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I have to sell my defender. Its curio grade unfired. Certified 100% condition. But no one around here knows what its worth. Cane help please?

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Old 06-23-2012, 09:56 PM   #2
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Well, how much did you pay for it?

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1100+ tax before certification

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That's on the high side of what I've seen them go for, normally 900-1100ish, new in box, I'd say used real quick sale 500, slow sale 750-800. Is this a case where you need the money in an emergency or do you have time to wheel and deal?
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Im trying to trade for a bcm. I have a 1000 offer i might take

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I'd take that deal bro, that's what I was thinking, if your not in a pinch then I'd take that with me to a show and look for what I wanted and offer that colt and see what could be done but if your electricity is getting cut off......It'd be different lol.
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I hate to part with them lol

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Just had it appraised by cabelas for 1450$ but would take 90 days to recieve payment. What a scam. I was excited for a minute lol.

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Just had it appraised by cabelas for 1450$ but would take 90 days to recieve payment. What a scam. I was excited for a minute lol.
Your kidding me, why would they, a big box store pay that much when you can buy it new for at most 1100?
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