Discussion in 'On Topic' started by david_4x4, Sep 23, 2009.
Good, bad, or indifferent? Dont really want it, but it's cheap. And I have a ton of ammo for it.
Always do it if you have the money.
It's not a good deal if all it does is sit in the safe. If you have a reasonable expectation of actually using it, then go for it.
I did that once. Ended up with a first gen s&w sigma .40 :hss:
like i said in another thread, i'd buy any (legal) gun thats balls cheap. why not? it can always be sold later, given to a buy back for profit, or used as a training tool.
good deal and you have tons of ammo for it, no brainer buy it!
if its a really good deal i'd just buy it to flip it
Well let me revise my claim...
What do you mean by "good deal"? If it is a steal like the other thread with the 100 dollar .357 then hell yeah... if it is a 500 dollar gun for 450 then no.
I've bought guns just to use up ammo before.
Shooting is more fun than collecting.
That's almost where Im leaning. But I may wind up shooting the piss out of it and dropping its value.
Little better deal than that.
Transferable M10 9mm for $1300.
Missed the 0 key. It's the M10. 9mm Luger, not the smaller one.
They seem to be in the $3500-$4k range.
And te wait wont kill me.
How's the MG market compared to the rest of the gun market (in terms of the recent/forcasted slow-down)? I would imagine that the cheaper/more available stuff is starting to take a dive?
Everything took a hit, but it's slowly going back up.
buy it now, then sell it later on?
M10 for 1300? Yep.
I did it once, almost twice. First one I did because I wanted it anyways.
Second one I didn't do was because the the gun wasn't in the best condition and wasn't chambered for modern shotgun shells (old ass Win model 12). He wouldn't drop the price down to what I wanted to either. I still might buy and clean it up though as I think I could flip it.
A gun is better than no gun. A cheap gun is that much better.
Just dont let some 8 year old kid shoot it
It's a baby killer.