Neighbor comes over, his Kimber stays

Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by ragnorak, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. ragnorak

    ragnorak Member

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    Neighbor came over on Saturday and says "You were interested in my Kimber before, will you give me $400 for it?"

    15 minutes later, we were at the LGS doing the transfer paperwork. The price was so good, I didn't mine paying the transfer fees.

    Here she is: Kimber Ultra Carry II in stainless.
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    He threw in a couple of boxes of FMJ and a cleaning kit.

    I often read of great finds by members on this board. Finally, one came my way.
     
  2. nadodave

    nadodave the Great Member

    Sweet deal!!


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  3. papataylor

    papataylor Member

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    Dang it !!!! I thought I got a good deal on my micro carry for $500 :-(


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  4. Nice deal.

    Most of my neighbors don't know I have firearms but the one that does I keep waiting for him to come over and ask but nothing yet.
     
  5. undeRGRound

    undeRGRound ROLL wif Da MOLE! Supporting Member

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    Not a Kimber Fan, but NICE!

    I might even bite for that price... A former douche-bag co-worker of mine bought 2 Kimbers, each over $1200. Once he decided that 1 was enough, he sold the other for $800 lmao!!!

    He really needs a handgun, he once got his ass kicked by an undersized 10 year old, NO LIE!!! :eek::rolleyes:
     
  6. Hermitt

    Hermitt Hey! Get Off My Lawn! Member

    Nice! But, why was your neighbor trying to ditch it?
     
  7. ragnorak

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    Sort of a motivated seller situation. He and his wife are splitting up and he's raising cash.
     
  8. Moestooge

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    Why did you have to go through a dealer for a private transaction? What state do you live in?
     
  9. ragnorak

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    I live in PA. Mostly a personal preference to make sure the pistol was clearly in my name at a certain point in time.
    I mean, I know the guy bit, I don't KNOW him.
     
  10. Bull

    Bull Just a Man Supporting Member


    And you've just covered your ass if for some reason the gun was stolen.
     
  11. Actually i think that's the law in PA. if not it sure has been a prominent myth.
    Long guns aren't required to be transferred threw an FFL though.
     
  12. Tchort

    Tchort Member

    Nice gun. Good deal.
     
  13. tallbump

    tallbump Supporting Member

    Pretty sure it is required in PA for handguns, but not longuns, like you said