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That's a tough one. There are not a lot of those being sold to use as a price comparison. Try checking the sold auctions on GunBroker and see if you can get an idea of prices they're selling for.
 

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Olympus said:
That's a tough one. There are not a lot of those being sold to use as a price comparison. Try checking the sold auctions on GunBroker and see if you can get an idea of prices they're selling for.
Would you think trading a S&W M &P 15 optic ready with one magpul 30 round, magpul rail covers, and magpul flip up sights would be a decent trade?
 

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Keep in mind I don't shoot the m&p very often, kind of just hangs out in the safe, so I figured if I was going to have something sit in the safe it might as well be a gold desert eagle 50
 

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Probably so. D Eagles are cool guns, but not much of a market for them. The Eagle is probably technically worth more than the M&P, but finding a buyer will be tough. Whereas the M&P will be easier to resell and is a more popular gun than the Eagle.
 

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No A friend just bought one for $500. I dont know which model but it was a 50.
 

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Olympus said:
Probably so. D Eagles are cool guns, but not much of a market for them. The Eagle is probably technically worth more than the M&P, but finding a buyer will be tough. Whereas the M&P will be easier to resell and is a more popular gun than the Eagle.
They are cool looking that is for sure. I have zero use for one, but like I said I don't use the m&p much at all either ( let alone trying to find ammo)

Plus I would be able to officially call myself a "collector" lol
 
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