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Old 01-07-2004, 12:40 AM #1
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Need some help here...Need to get an estimated price tag on my gun.

Well, lately I've been thinking about selling my gun and I really don't know how much to ask for it, so I need you guys help to determine that. If this thread is not acceptable feel free to delete it and warn me (Conqueror ) Anyways here's the stats on my gun:

Turtle Snapper (Black)
SS Freak Back/ Silver 14" Tip
Palmer Micro-Rock (Chrome)
G-Force Ram w/ QEV's (Chrome)
Eclipse E-Blade (Chrome)
Macdev 2004 Gladiator Reg (Silver)
WGP "Grip" Feed (Black)
Turtle Bolt
Turtle Valve
Turtle CCM Hammer
Shocktech ASA w/ Macdev Gauge (0-800psi)

Only reason I want to sell it it's because I really want a Macdev Cyborg. I love cockers, but I need to try something new. I'll be back to cockers am sure of it, this is just a adventure for me. So any help let me know guys. Thanks.
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Old 01-07-2004, 12:15 PM #2
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A good rule of thumb would be figure out what you paid for it. if it's clear of most evidence of use take 30-35% off. Some marks 50% and if it's beat to **** well then you just dump it at first offer. But remember custom markers are like antiques in the way that some people won't pay much cause they are just adding to a collection others will pay alot for a center piece or in this case a marker that you have already done all the upgrades they would want to do.
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Old 01-07-2004, 12:20 PM #3
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So I'm guessing the cocker probably cost you around $1200 new? Then you added about an extra $100 or so.

I'd say start with $1100-1000 OBO...not saying you'll get that much even though you probably should.
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Old 01-07-2004, 02:08 PM #4
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hm... how did the g-force work out for you?

i'd start w/ 900-1000
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Old 01-07-2004, 04:20 PM #5
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The G-Force works great. Very comparable to the .44 Magnum Ram. It's just as smooth and reliable. Very good ram in my opinion.
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