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General Gun Discussion / Re: Was I wrong for this?
« Last post by Gilgondorin on Yesterday at 09:15:35 PM »
"Was I wrong for this?"

Like... Nah. Why would you even ask such a question? Dude was an effin' re-re. :th_thicon_lol:

I'd have told him to take a hike just after low-balling me, let alone the whole rest of his shtick -- and that's assuming I even responded to his single digit I.Q.-having ass in the first place... I usually don't bother; they've already wasted enough of my time just making me unlock my phone to lay eyes on their foolishness to begin with.
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General Gun Discussion / Re: Was I wrong for this?
« Last post by 308nato on Yesterday at 06:42:46 PM »
The correct, succinct answer to such a little - - - - - - - is:
“Adios Mother . . . . . .  “

I had a very similar experience 9 years ago with a pistol.
Kid had just turned 18, showed me his license, And then he said the law requires me to sell it to him.
After repeating his demand, I suggested he leave which finally did. 
To which my policy became No sales to anyone younger than .308Nato.


 :th_thicon_lol: :th_thicon_lol: :th_thicon_idea:
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General Gun Discussion / Re: Was I wrong for this?
« Last post by Shipwreck on Yesterday at 02:30:38 PM »
One time in the late 1990s, I met a buyer at a range and let him try the gun. If I was to buy a used gun, I would do this.

But he paid his own rnge fee and ammo. Your guy's request was ridiculous

Id be 100% okay with that.

course Id make em clean it afterwards if they backed out... lol

Thankfully, the range did not charge me, since I just stood there. We met at the range near West Oaks Mall in Houston. Do not know if that range is still there.
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General Gun Discussion / Re: Was I wrong for this?
« Last post by Tarosean on Yesterday at 02:27:51 PM »
One time in the late 1990s, I met a buyer at a range and let him try the gun. If I was to buy a used gun, I would do this.

But he paid his own rnge fee and ammo. Your guy's request was ridiculous

Id be 100% okay with that.

course Id make em clean it afterwards if they backed out... lol
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Tango has a birthday
« Last post by Tango on Yesterday at 07:56:19 AM »
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danke all
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Tango has a birthday
« Last post by Domineaux on Yesterday at 06:19:05 AM »
Hope you had a great birthday Tango, and your best year yet!
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Tango has a birthday
« Last post by Tango on Yesterday at 05:39:36 AM »
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thank you
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Tango has a birthday
« Last post by DCD327 on Yesterday at 01:47:09 AM »
Happy Birthday fella.  :thumbsup1:
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Dont know about the others, but you shouldnt have any trouble selling that Sp101 in 327.

That should be a 2008 original with the 327 FM first release. Which are really rare.
Your price makes it a steal.  :thumbsup1:
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General Gun Discussion / Re: Was I wrong for this?
« Last post by DCD327 on Yesterday at 01:35:19 AM »
About ten whole seconds into that conversation I would have told him forget it, and DONT EVER contact me again.
Sounds like a freaking snowflake.
And I just dont deal with morons, because my patience with them is somewhere BELOW 0%.

If they got it, its worth a million dolllars.
If you got it, they want it for nothing. And 9 time outta 10, if you paid them to take it,, they would come back to haunt ya with whining and bitching.

So,, did YOU do wrong  :thinker: . NOPE, not IMO.

I just dont have any time for people like that. They are predictable.  :bangheadonwall:
NOPE,,  dont want none.  :th_thicon_funny:

I rarely sell a gun, but I just let my LGS whom Ive known for 30+ years take them on consignment. They charge me 10 %, they get top dollar,, and they can deal with the idiots, window shoppers, jerks, snowflakes, PLUS the responsibility.

And if I spend the money right back in the store, ( which I do 99% of the time) he generally knocks 10% +  back off my new purchase. So,,, . Win win.
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