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 Gun Auction - K-Bid.com 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 8:04 am 
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http://www.k-bid.com/cgi-bin/mndetails.cgi?klosteria80

Some deals there. They have reloading supplies also.

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Grumble grumble, I had my eyes on a few things there, but now it's all going to get too expensive and oh woe is me! :cry:

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A couple of interesting guns but the photography sucks!

If it were my stuff they were selling I'd be pissed!

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From my understanding often times the company has gone out of business when k-bid come into the scene. They've never had good photos, but do recommend that you go to the site to look at the product in person.

Both my dad and I have purchased stuff from them and have been happy with it.

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I know the owner of K-Bid. He's good people. 8)

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http://www.k-bid.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?klosteria80/56

Some one is on crack. :shock: $390 for a smegma? :shock: :shock:

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This is the one that Smith & Wesson had to change do to a patent infringement lawsuit by Glock.


you mean the one with frame cracking issues? :-)

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Stuff gets way overpriced typically. Add to that the 10% buyers fee and the fact that most of the stuff isn't in good condition to start, and you soon realize that you're not missing anything. Good owners or not, there's simply too many morons bidding for you to actually get a deal. Take your money to the MWCA show this coming weekend and negotiate yourself a purchase there.

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