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I have for sale a NIB rare Sig / Browning BDA P220 pistol chambered in 38 Super. It comes with the box, manual, and two magazines. The pistol has never been fired and is in 100% pristine condition.

Lowered price to $1450 shipped/insured UPS 2nd day air to your FFL. Payment by USPS money order. I have 70+ positive feedback on AR15.com under the name graniteclimber and 100+ on gunbroker under cbrons.

Please send an EMAIL to 10mmbelow@gmail.com





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Can you please post a pic of the left side?


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1600 bucks?

You've got two posts in this forum. The first one is from back in April, after you had just found this pistol, and now you come in here asking an outrageous price for the thing.

Members- myself included- answered your questions in earnest, and here you are, just trying to flip the thing. And we're not even going to get a kiss.

You used us for information, didn't even have the courtesy to say 'thank you', and now you're back with a scalper's price.

After you sell your solid gold pistol, you'll disappear from this forum. I have no doubt about this, and you should have no doubt that the way you've used us doesn't set well with me.
 
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1600 bucks?

You've got two posts in this forum. The first one is from back in April, after you had just found this pistol, and now you come in here asking an outrageous price for the thing.

Members- myself included- answered your questions in earnest, and here you are, just trying to flip the thing. And we're not even going to get a kiss.

You used us for information, didn't even have the courtesy to say 'thank you', and now you're back with a scalper's price.

After you sell your solid gold pistol, you'll disappear from this forum. I have no doubt about this, and you should have no doubt that the way you've used us doesn't set well with me.


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I have 70+ positive feedback on AR15.com under the name graniteclimber and 100+ on gunbroker under cbrons.
A different name on every forum. Hmmm . . .

Could be legit, maybe.



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I don't doubt his identity for a second.
 
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LOL -

Para's policy of discouraging the "what do think this is worth?" threads make a lot more sense now.

Interesting marketing tactic though. Get a group of guys to conversate over my gun, and then offer to sell it to them a while later.

He even recycled the pics from his first post.

To add -

The dude owns his own ammo/gun store, he knows what it's worth. http://10mmbelow.com


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I'm going to leave his ad up. Anyone naive enough or desperate enough to pay that price deserves what they get.

And, as was noted in the seller's other thread, these pistols have a reputation for scarcity that doesn't seem to match their actual availability. In other words, they aren't really rare.

The BDA in .38 Super and the "Lysons Corner" import mark mistake on a group of K-Koted P226 pistols are the objects that have gotten the most questions over the years here, of "This is really rare, right?"

The questions have been asked a lot. That's a clue.

I gotta put on my barker getup.


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Come on, let's move this thing!

 
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Wow!! I certainly was not trying to upset anyone by listing this pistol for sale. I'm sorry if anyone was offended. I was not able to find any others for sale nor any recent auctions of the same pistol being sold.

If the pistol does not sell at the listed price than I will consider lowering it. I'm a reasonable person and open to offers.

In regards to parabellum, a seller is free to list an item for whatever they want. Doesn't mean someone has to buy it at that price. I am not forcing you to pay for it.

And yes I did come to this forum to ask about it, because this is a dedicated Sig forum. With Sig collectors. This is a pistol you don't see every day (especially NIB) so I figured members here would appreciate the opportunity to see it and I thank those who provided information. My original intention was to keep the pistol in my collection but I have decided to let it go. And now those same people can know about it being for sale. Otherwise no one here would have ever known about its existence. I'm sorry your feelings got hurt.

As requested, here is a picture of the other side.

 
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Ooh, man. This is getting good. Big Grin

Btw, on the last pic above, are those a bunch of scuff marks on the slide, or is it just my old eyes playing tricks on me? Thanks.
 
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Ooh, man. This is getting good. Big Grin

Btw, on the last pic above, are those a bunch of scuff marks on the slide, or is it just my old eyes playing tricks on me? Thanks.


There are no scuffs on the slide. Just light reflection from the camera and oil. The gun is in flawless condition.
 
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Thank you.
 
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In regards to parabellum, a seller is free to list an item for whatever they want. Doesn't mean someone has to buy it at that price. I am not forcing you to pay for it.
I do appreciate you clearing that up for me, and thanks for stopping by to take a look at your ad. We appreciate it.

OK, let's move this thing!!
 
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My economy has not been so well of late. I can go $ 1.60. That is quite honestly what I can offer. I'm not trying to low ball the seller.
 
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BDA looks good. Yes, these can be seen as rare, but for that much, the asking price seems to be in the ballpark of the .38 P220s with the American mag release. Those aren't rare either. To be fair, rare means different things to different people. These are of a somewhat small production run, but is the demand as high as the NAA Ranger of similar numbers?

As for me, I'm still on the lookout for a BDA in 7.65mm or waiting for Tooky13 to sell his 9mm P220. Problem is, I don't think I could swing either one if the opportunity ever presented itself.



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The issue is more than the price. I stated this in my first post.


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The issue is more than the price. I stated this in my first post.


So you have an issue with a person researching and asking questions about a gun they just bought? I am not a Sig collector nor an expert on Sig firearms. Logically a person would gravitate towards a community that is specific to the gun they are researching. So yeah, I did the logical thing and registered on a Sig forum and asked for information. I bet you sell pre 1964 quarters for face value too huh.

I apologize for not thanking you specifically in my original post. I would like to sincerely thank you Parabellum and express my deepest gratitude for the contributions you expertly provided in my original post. I really appreciate you taking your time to make those treasured annotations and I will forever be be in your debt. My grandchildren will be in arrears to your grandchildren.

I've lowered the price to $1450 shipped/insured. Now please remove the sand from your undergarment.
 
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I've lowered the price to $1450 shipped/insured. Now please remove the sand from your undergarment.


Someone begging to get banned?
 
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