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Posted: 2/19/2001 9:37:18 PM EST
Is $1095 to much to pay for a one-owner Colt CAR-15 purchased in 1982, with about 2000 rounds fired from it? Thanks.
Link Posted: 2/20/2001 4:59:36 AM EST
[#1]
i am no pro on prices. but i would buy it, and i don't even need it.
Link Posted: 2/20/2001 5:35:47 AM EST
[#2]
I've seen worse. I guess thats not too bad. I paid $1200 for my SP1 that had 100 rounds through it. If I were you, and I had the money, I would probably get it depending on the shape it is in.
Link Posted: 2/20/2001 5:44:56 AM EST
[#3]
I would definately say that is a good buy.  You may need to replace the barrel in a while. But overall a good buy.
Link Posted: 2/20/2001 5:45:00 AM EST
[#4]
Buy it now!
Link Posted: 2/22/2001 4:44:17 AM EST
[#5]
Let's put it this way. In central Texas last year, I bought a pre-ban Colt Goverment Carbine, ANIB, with box, mags, all accessories, etc. for $1450.

Last week, I saw 2 CAR-15's, used, no box or accessories. One was $1950, the other $2150.

They're not getting cheaper, at all.


Warthog
Link Posted: 2/22/2001 5:59:06 AM EST
[#6]
If it is a Pre-Ban, that's a damn good price! I will grab it!
Link Posted: 2/22/2001 6:00:46 AM EST
[#7]
Buy it while you can, or you will hate yourself forever. [}:D]
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