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Old 02-12-2020, 01:08 AM
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So slightly off topic since its a 9mm, but a cousin to the subject 4006...which one of you guys ended up with this weirdo? Gander Mountain had several PC guns that were apparently sold off from the factory (had product codes starting with 6 and several were PCZ serials. I bought more than one and ultimately passed on this thing for about $900 if I recall correctly. Should have bought it for investment purposes, but you can't have them all!
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Old 02-13-2020, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Sevens View Post
I don’t really agree. If you haven’t shopped for some of these elite level handguns you may not have much frame of reference of where the market is. If you are actively seeking one and you see where someone just got a hold of one, naturally you’ll want to hear some numbers. If you happen to own one and you’ve considered letting it go, you might benefit from a current data point. So the question is relevant.

I think it would be rude to expect or demand a direct answer, but not rude to ask.

For me, in 2019, it was the right number. 2-3-4 years ago and I would have even paid more. My budget has changed in the last 1-2 years, as have my “wants.” I plan to sell this pistol... in about 25 years from now. And that is absolutely the truth.
It matters not the item cost irreguardless of market value. Plain rude and nosey. If the OP doesn't put it in his post. It's NONE of anybody's business.
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Old 02-13-2020, 06:48 PM
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You have a strong opinion. I have my own. You mentioned the OP... That’s me. Then you quoted my post to disagree.

Are you being offended for me? Thanks but I’m good.
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Old 02-14-2020, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Sevens View Post
I absolutely agree and I’ll add that of the 9 that I own, 8 of them are high grade but less than mint and I love them for exactly what you said, I shoot ‘em. The one that I do have that is dead mint doesn’t get shot.

I’d rather pay a little less and shoot them, but when the price is right, I’ll buy a mint one also.
I have no problem at all with wear on a gun, car, motorcycle etc... I use my stuff and safe queens will never be in my safe :-)
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