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#6000721 - 10/29/15 04:22 PM Gunbroker.com auctions?
BLUERIBBONS Offline
Pro Tracker

Registered: 03/30/10
Posts: 1050
Loc: NW San Saba county
Is it a good place to sell weapons or is there a better place to get a fair price?

thanks for your input!

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#6000774 - 10/29/15 05:00 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
RiverRider Offline
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Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7298
Loc: Wise Co.
I think it's a great way to sell something. If you list the item correctly, you'll get what it's worth.
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#6000856 - 10/29/15 06:18 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
beech96w Offline
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Registered: 12/12/06
Posts: 718
Loc: Fort Worth
#2!

Do a search for something comparable that just sold. The guys who get the most have great pictures, extensive details and reasonable shipping.

1) if you're selling a pistol, it will be difficult to offer reasonable shipping unless you have an FFL, or know one willing to ship for you. Only FFLs can ship by USPS. The other carriers impost their own pricey rules on shipping, and it's not competitive.
2) if you're selling a rifle/shotgun, and the buyer's FFL will only accept a shipment from another FFL (many impose this as their own rule), you will also need to get an FFL to ship it.

So if you can work out the shipping, and it's reasonable and competitive. And you can take great pictures, you're likely to get top dollar for your sale. Otherwise, I'd say you're better off selling face to face.
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#6000873 - 10/29/15 06:32 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
BLUERIBBONS Offline
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Registered: 03/30/10
Posts: 1050
Loc: NW San Saba county
Thanks for taking the time to type your input! Maybe a football board would be less hassle? smile

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#6001004 - 10/29/15 08:24 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
Gacman Offline
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Registered: 09/30/08
Posts: 1762
Loc: Austin, TX
I've bought and sold guns on gunbroker. It's always been a good experience. Sometimes you can find good deals on there too. texasguntrader.com is another good one.

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#6001013 - 10/29/15 08:28 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: BLUERIBBONS]
Cleric Offline
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Registered: 03/11/12
Posts: 2865
Part of it depends on how specialized it is.


If it's run of the mill it's easier to sale here or locally

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#6001188 - 10/29/15 10:18 PM Re: Gunbroker.com auctions? [Re: Cleric]
elpablo Offline
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Registered: 10/22/15
Posts: 3
Loc: Odessa,TX
The only problem I have is non-paying bidders get ready to leave negative feedback
If the non-paying bidder told me he did not want the gun anymore I would let him out of the deal but, they never do

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