TomJefferson Posted February 18, 2019 Share Posted February 18, 2019 Last week a buddy of mine, retired policeman, wanted to buy my Colt Night Defender so I sold it to him. If you are not familiar with the Talo Night Defender, they made about 800 of them and sold for $1,100 new. I got a honey of a deal on mine so sold it for actually what I paid for it, $750. I do try to give good deals to friends that do the same for me. I'm going to retire in June so want some cash in the safe and my carry these days is a bit smaller, example Kimber Micro 9/Sig 938. That and I do have three smaller gun safes and not enough room in my safes. A lifetime of collecting, I'm a bit gun poor so to say. I wasn't really looking to do this till I retired but you know opportunity knocked. Well, its knocking again. My buddy tells his buddies about the deal he got. If you price Defenders, its like getting a collector gun for regular used price. Now one of his pals wants to come over and buy a crap load of my collection. My buddy tells me this guys just a gun collector but seeing my buddy trades and sells guns all the time, I doubt it. Anyway, I have an opportunity to move some guns at what I paid for them and others for literally double what I did and the buyer will have a big ole smile on his face. Of course, I won't part with my babies but I have quite a few I bought purely for simply having them. Heck, many I will be selling, I shot maybe once. Two question you all. What do you think of this in general? Any concerns? I really don't know this guy from Adam other than my buddy swears by him. I already know he's going to want to buy quite a few then offer me a package price but hell I can add. Tj Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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