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I Am The Walrus
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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. Roll Eyes

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Originally posted by slyguy:
Wait, wait, I'm just testing the waters...

or

I don't have to sell it, but...

Make up your mind!


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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Edmond
 
Posts: 8391 | Location: Central Florida | Registered: March 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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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. Razz


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I Am The Walrus
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Originally posted by cslinger:
I always try to provide good pictures,


That's another one: looks like any other XXXX pistol, Google it if you want pictures. Roll Eyes


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Minty. My all time favorite description.

Is it MINT or sort of mint? Isn't mint also a flavor?
 
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I bought a revolver from someone I new online for many years. Eek , 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... Frown


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quote:
Originally posted by slyguy:
...get your toes out of the way...


So true LOL! Move 'em, crop 'em from the shot, something!



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quote:
Originally posted by slyguy:
...get your toes out of the way...


So true LOL! Move 'em, crop 'em from the shot, something!


Seriously.

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.

No excuse.
 
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