|I Am The Walrus|
Pet peeve of mine: list your damn location so we can figure out if it can be a FTF or have to go through FFL. And saying "Texas" isn't being very specific.
Car forum classifieds seem to be the worst for those two.
Guys will price it thousands of dollars over what a realistic price is and hope they find that sucker to bite.
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I always try to provide good pictures, always try to focus on any perceived blemish/wear etc. and usually simply say that I am happy to provide any additional specific pics as requested (down the barrel if I can, broken down, whatever.)
I just try to present an honest group of decent pictures so the buyer can decide on the condition.
All my stuff is basically LNIB though.
"Guns are tools. The only weapon ever created was man."
|I Am The Walrus|
That's another one: looks like any other XXXX pistol, Google it if you want pictures.
Minty. My all time favorite description.
Is it MINT or sort of mint? Isn't mint also a flavor?
I bought a revolver from someone I new online for many years. , so I trusted their description, no photos. "Bluing is 85%".
The RE-BLUING, over the pitting that covered 75% of the gun, was 85%. And the only reason it was up to 85% was that they'ed blued the hammer and trigger. Those extra blued parts that shouldn't be blued brought to 85%. With friends like that...
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
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rich Corinthian leather
So true LOL! Move 'em, crop 'em from the shot, something!
"The sea was angry that day, my friends - like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli." - George Costanza
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With the way I take gun photos (the gun laying on my back porch, in indirect sunlight, with the photo taken from above) my toes are in nearly every shot I take. But it takes literally two clicks on my smartphone to crop them out before I upload them to my image hosting account.
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