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Re: M1 Garand on auction.......

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Don't know about your area but here I have yet to see a gun sell at auction for near of less than retail. I've seen Marlin semi .22s, well used and abused go for new or near new pricing. Saw a Springfield 03A3 that had been sporterized (poor job) sell for 450. Gun was worth maybe 250 on a good day. And no family member was buying. The fella that won the bid was a new guy in the area. I know there were no family ties because he was a black man. But someone else had bid 440 on it before he won it. Just crazy if you ask me. I know 2 dealers who will take a few used guns to a well advertised consignment auction it they are not selling but never attend auctions to try to buy guns. Sad part is just about everyone around here owns guns. They just don't know much about them. Heck we have a local guy, US Army vet, who for the life of him can't understand why a 243 isn't good for deer at 800 yards.


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 Re: M1 Garand on auction....... in reply to oldtanker, 04-12-2014 20:44:13  
Maybe he served as a clerk typist in the "Remington Raiders". LOL

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