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FS: Ruger LCR 38, new price

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rrose, Feb 10, 2012.

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  1. rrose

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    Would like to sell or trade for a 380 w laser a Ruger LCR 38+ that has been shot about 20 rounds. Has box manual and all that came with it new.
    Is like new, I just want something different but with laser, I don't want to spend the money to get a laser grip for this. $300 plus shipping.
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    Handguns are expensive to ship - $50 to $70 because of the next day air requirement for UPS and FedEX. Even dealer-to-dealer USPS Priority Mail is around $45 with just one FFL fee.

    You might be better off trading it at a gunshop.

    I am interested in one of these but I can buy a new one for $395.

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    Handguns are expensive to ship - $50 to $70 because of the next day air requirement for UPS and FedEX. Even dealer-to-dealer USPS Priority Mail is around $45 with just one FFL fee.

    You might be better off trading it at a gunshop.

    I am interested in one of these but I can buy a new one for $395.

    Jim Skeel<BR>
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    Handguns are expensive to ship - $50 to $70 because of the next day air requirement for UPS and FedEX. Even dealer-to-dealer USPS Priority Mail is around $45 with just one FFL fee.

    You might be better off trading it at a gunshop.

    I am interested in one of these but I can buy a new one for $395.

    Jim Skeel<BR>
    P/W Dealer/Distributor
     
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    Handguns are expensive to ship - $50 to $70 because of the next day air requirement for UPS and FedEX. Even dealer-to-dealer USPS Priority Mail is around $45 with just one FFL fee.

    You might be better off trading it at a gunshop.

    I am interested in one of these but I can buy a new one for $395.

    Jim Skeel<BR>
    P/W Dealer/Distributor
     
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    up for a nice gun. Saw one today at pawn shop for 399 , they offered 300 on a trade but did not have what I wanted so 300 for one that looks new seems like a good price. randy
     
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