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No, we have to use THEIR guns. Never requires cleaning. Always gets the bullseye. No FTE's, FTF's or stovepipes. Ammo always available at no cost. Same with reloading and casting supplies.

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Just not having to deal with money is something too look forward to. Peaches and cream being available all the time will be nice as well.
 

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Would DE guns happen to be where you put your stuff on consignment?
 

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Would DE guns happen to be where you put your stuff on consignment?
No but that looks like a great gun shop / range
 

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I’ve been turning over some of my guns to my son. The girls don’t want them and my son in law isn’t really a gun guy but will shoot if the opportunity arises. My father passed away in December and I have inherited his guns. My son hasn’t any more room to store them so until we can make space, they sit at my house.
Because I hunted so much with my Dad, we bought the same guns as each other. Now I have double and triple of some guns. All 3 of us have/had Remington 7600/30-06’s. My son and I are leaving ours full sized but I’m going to have my dad’s cut to carbine length. I always liked them but are pretty hard to come by.
 

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I am surprised with my auctions so far. Last time I had that Ruger Precision 6.5 in there, it only brought $1200. Its already at $1850 with 19 days to go. That Springfield Loaded barely got $525 last time, its already at $850 with 20 days left. All 4 of the 1911's are at $800 or more.
 

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I am surprised with my auctions so far. Last time I had that Ruger Precision 6.5 in there, it only brought $1200. Its already at $1850 with 19 days to go. That Springfield Loaded barely got $525 last time, its already at $850 with 20 days left. All 4 of the 1911's are at $800 or more.
Selling on gun broker? I’m looking at throwing a few things on there but I’ve never sold on their site before.
 

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Selling on gun broker? I’m looking at throwing a few things on there but I’ve never sold on their site before.
No, local auction house. Gun Broker wants you to have your own credit card processor, which I think is ridiculous. You have to be a business to have a merchant account. I don't do checks and money orders unless I know the person. Established members of the forum are ok, Joe Blow off the street, no way.
 

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No, local auction house. Gun Broker wants you to have your own credit card processor, which I think is ridiculous. You have to be a business to have a merchant account. I don't do checks and money orders unless I know the person. Established members of the forum are ok, Joe Blow off the street, no way.
People that take checks wait until they clear before shipping. That's what I do. I've never had a problem with it. I usually ask for USPS money orders.
 

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Remember the ETW Makarov (East German, best made of all the Maks) that were selling between $150 - $250 a few years back? Somehow I ended up with four of them.
I just saw one sell for $1300 at my LGS. $1300 !!!
Maybe I should sell one or two. Ya think?
 

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Remember the ETW Makarov (East German, best made of all the Maks) that were selling between $150 - $250 a few years back? Somehow I ended up with four of them.
I just saw one sell for $1300 at my LGS. $1300 !!!
Maybe I should sell one or two. Ya think?
Pretty sure my buddy bought one or two of those, I think Classic firearms was selling them.
 

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The auctioneer said she saw at least 3 of my guns over the reserve when I picked up my Kimber. I had her go in this afternoon and assign all my auctions to my consignment account on the sight so I didn’t have to keep hunting them down. More difficult than usual since they are spread over 3 major auctions, handguns, long guns and ammo.
 

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I've never accumulated that many guns and I've always traded up so the few I have are pretty good guns. I have one that I might sell but I'm not anxious to get rid of it. None of my children want them so I'm not keeping any for posterity.
 
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