GUN Is this a good buy v. Glock 17 for $350

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  1. halflife78

    halflife78 OT Supporter

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    Co-worker at works mother has had a Glock 17 for about 2 years that she said she shot one time but when my co-worker checked it out this weekend he said it looked to be never shot. She isn't strong enough to actually use it anymore so she wants to get a revolver.

    She has everything original, has always kept it in the case, and was well oiled still. I am making an offer of $350.00 for it, this sound good?

    Side note, it is registered to her, anything I need to do once I get it? I am in Georgia and I would prefer not to move it into my name so there is no paper trail to me. My understanding is I don't have to do anything, as long as it isn't reported stolen.

    Thanks
     
  2. Dumbstixlars

    Dumbstixlars Ron Paul/AR-15/Glock/old car/Scooby/R/C croo OT Supporter

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    $350 is a good price, dunno about Georgia laws though.
     
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    Soybomb New Member

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    $350 would be a good price, especially for a 3rd gen.
     
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    i say go for it. that's not bad at all.
     
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    I don't think Georgia has registration of guns so you should be all set. Give it a few minutes and a GA poster should be able to confirm that.
     
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    Burmonster OT Supporter

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    No registration in Georgia. 3rd party sale 100% legal. I would get the seller's information just in case and make sure to get a hand written bill of sale.
     
  7. thegooch

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    By law you don't even have to get a bill of sale or seller information.
     
  8. halflife78

    halflife78 OT Supporter

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    I will anyway just as a CYA though now that it's been mentioned.
     
  9. Burmonster

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    I know. That is why I included the modifier "I would". Its a good idea.
     

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