|MacWhorter ||01-29-2013 03:38 PM |
looking for best way to sell off massive lot of parts
hey everyone, i have a huge lot of old, new, and unusual parts for all different guns im looking to sell that ive accumulated over time, i just dont have the time to deal with setting up a thread and mailing out everything, theres just too much stuff, anyone have any ideas on what would be best? i wish i could just set up a big yard sale at a field somewhere i just need to get it all out of the house. any advice would be greatly appreciated
|Dysturbed87 ||01-29-2013 03:52 PM |
Going through mcb shipping would be a must unless you find someone on here local that is willing to buy. I say split it into marker specific lots (a gear one too) and sell that way
Dump everything into a large pile on your floor, take a picture at high resolution and throw it up in on here with a price. Hell, I'm already interested...
|punisher068 ||01-29-2013 04:05 PM |
You could always do a "mysterey box" on Misc Sales thread,helps to have at least one general pic and brief discription but not always neccesary
|tlane77 ||01-29-2013 04:07 PM |
I second mystery box. Pick a flat rate shipping box to fit everything in.
Post a price.
They're like crack here sometimes.
|river031403 ||01-29-2013 04:11 PM |
Just ship it my way and ill sell it off ;0)
|MacWhorter ||01-29-2013 06:43 PM |
thanks guys, i basically have a lot of parts for sheridans, tippmanns, spyders (older ones), cockers, old tanks, and some other random parts for older guns, even some old masks and hoppers, i might just take a pic of the whole lot and go from there
|MrBig ||01-29-2013 06:53 PM |
I would personally break it into types of guns and sell in lots that way.
|98ssuck ||01-29-2013 06:58 PM |
Look at how Bacci did Huge sales threads for inspiration. Basicly group similar parts together. Then take a picture of the parts spaces out well. ms paint over the picture numbers on every part. Then describe the part briefly with the corresponding number for ease of identification
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