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    Used Colt 100th Anniversary Tier III 1911

    Looking to get a decently priced one of these guns. I am getting it to shoot, not collect. So I prefer used.
    Some dealers online still have these fro between $900-975 so I'm looking to pay accordingly for a used one.

    Please let me know if you have one!
    thanks!

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    Still looking.
    Hope everyone is having a good Memorial Day weekend!

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    To be honest, I think you should grab one of the new ones while they're still selling for such great prices. The reason why they're priced low is because the gun market is dead flat at the moment and distributors are desperate to move inventory. It doesn't mean that some dude who owns one is going to be willing to sell his for $800 unless he's strapped for cash and needs the money. As soon as the market rebounds (as it will, especially if Billary gets elected) these guns will only go up in price.

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    Ya, Buds had them a few weeks back for $900 shipped...wish I got one (or two) now they're sold out.
    Can't seem to find anyone selling in that range anymore.
    A few dealers have them for around $1,000 though. If I can't get one in the next couple weeks I'll probably grab one of those.


    Quote Originally Posted by dsk View Post
    To be honest, I think you should grab one of the new ones while they're still selling for such great prices. The reason why they're priced low is because the gun market is dead flat at the moment and distributors are desperate to move inventory. It doesn't mean that some dude who owns one is going to be willing to sell his for $800 unless he's strapped for cash and needs the money. As soon as the market rebounds (as it will, especially if Billary gets elected) these guns will only go up in price.

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    Just get one of the NIB ones from CDNN.


 

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