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|06-23-2013, 01:10 PM||#21 (permalink)|
Any serious collector would need to replace the ASA, grips, and reg. Thus you are not going to get top dollar for your gun.
Just wondering are you trying to justify the price you paid or ask for an appraisal? Based on your response, it seems like you are trying to get people to tell you that you didn't overpay.
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|06-24-2013, 09:45 PM||#22 (permalink)|
10+ years of destruction
Join Date: Apr 2011
at first i was trying to get an appraisal on it because i was thinking of selling it to get my girlfriend a new speedball marker. after figuring out i was not ready to sell I'm much happier, i did not know what in today's markets they were going for, now i know and my girlfriend can get her own marker. i picked this up for 75 when it was on someones wall collecting dust and the original parts were seized after putting a mere 25 minus the cp reg i had bought for a previous project and some tlc i did not overpay one bit, that was 4 years ago. so i know now that it is a 97 not 99 like i originally thought and was told. thank you all for your patience and helping me get to the bottom of this.
the picture where you see the red tipped stainless steel boomstick is what it is right now the other new pictures are just for closeup value. the grips are your standard wgp style the ion ones were just for replacement as at that time all i had in the 45 grip, the shocktech asa may not be a on/off but its weighted very well and feels perfect for me, the duckbill asa is not on there anymore. the ion regs and whatever that other black one is when I'm doing a project i use those crap regs.
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