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rogalxxx 11-16-2012 10:07 AM

daisy quicksplotch appraisal
 
Kolekcjonerski marker DAISY QuickSplotch 8007 (2792944316) - Allegro.pl - Wi
guy wants 120$. is it worth that much?

toymachine 11-16-2012 12:38 PM

given I never learned any other languages than a bit of spanish and korean, sadly even less polish, it would depend partly on whether the internals are in good condition (and if they are all stock or whatnot). seems a little high (normally I see 007 for like 75USD) but I don't really know too much about the value of this specific model. Also given it's not the US market, as I'd imagine these guns are much more common in the states, that might have something do to with a slightly inflated price (if it is at all, and that's assuming the sellers not based out of north america).

Interested to hear what some more knowledgeable folks say. Iono, If I was in the market I'd probably buy it for that price, especially if it's in 100% condition and/or functional. Or modified lapco internals. I'm a sucker for lapco hammers and powertubes...

rogalxxx 11-16-2012 01:25 PM

I'd give it maybe a 100$ as it is a rare gun in Poland. Owner claims that it's 100% working condition, no leaks.
I'll probably buy a bench drill instead :)

toymachine 11-16-2012 09:04 PM

Yea, that sounds rather reasonable. I'd love to hold her in my hands a play around a little with her (on the field, playing a game paintball with her, not using it to masturbate or whatever...) and, especially if what the seller says about it working 100%, looks like a great find! But I'm a sucker for nelson stock class pumps, particularly a useable one with relatively minor wear (from what I can see from the outside I mean; and when I say relative I mean relative - for every reasonably pretty 007 I've seen or come across, I've observed maybe 4-5 totally beat up, rusted inside and out, and generally shat on...).

In any case, if the seller doesn't give you what you consider a fair price and aren't totally dedicated to buying this 007, bench press or drill or whatever would be a significantly more useful acquisition.


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