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250 roads shot in it. For pictures go to Yahoo and type rbl specials, then go to the first listing {RBL specials and Gallery guns} and hit it. Then go 12 photos down to invioce number 14681{price $4609.00} I had Rod's Stocks put a old english half inch pad on the back but the stock was not cut and origianl pad goes right back on and the original holes are not distrubed. extra skeet tube as well and all that came with it. Gun is 99% but for very small dent in stock. You have to look to find it. The best looking RBL Launch I have seen. When you see the photos I think you will agree. $4000.00 and $50 for insurance to your FFL.
 

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This is a great site to sell double guns, but your price is too high to attract a buyer. Galazan is discounting his guns which hurts when selling a pre-owned gun. It's simple dollars and "sense". RBL 20's are plentiful on the used gun market. Look around and you will find many of them for sale. This part of the market is soft. Recent 20 bore sales have been in the 28-3200 range, I wish you well on your sale. BD
 

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Thank for the reply. Guns America has a lesser quality RBL for $4250. How is it that Galazan is discounting RBLs when the few remaining for sale are more now than 6 mounths ago?
 

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Did it sell for $4250 or was it "listed" at $4250 and how long has it been for sale?

It's been awhile since I've seen a standard RBL Launch-Edition sell at a price anywhere near $3500 --- usually much less. Boomer is right on the money with respect to price.
 

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If anyone is interested in this gun, let me know and I will post real photos, but not for the above comments about price.
 

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You are correct. I used the photos from the web site rather than taking my own photos of the gun. I was sure the web photos were better than ones I could take of it. For some reason unknown to me, replys are that unless personal photos are posted we don't believe you have the gun.
 

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I don't think it has anything to do with believing you have the gun. People want to see what they are potentially buying not somebody elses gun. Used car lots don't borrow new cars to display what kinda used cars they have. Buyers want to see what they would actually get. Not one similar. My opinion of course.

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