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Are used PSA ARs selling anymore?

Thread in 'Firearms Chat' started by blake, Dec 22, 2016.

  1. blake

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    The market seems very tough for selling used ARs at the moment. I'm considering upgrading to a Colt and selling my PSA Premium M4, but wondering if they're even moving here. I'd hate to buy the Colt and then be unable to sell the PSA.

    I hope this thread doesn't get killed immediately, but wondering what those that are on here daily are seeing.
     
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    It's been pretty slow on the AR market, IMHO.Maybe it'll pick up after the new year and folks get out of the Christmas poor house:becky:
     
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    It may sell, really just depends what you want for it. Market is definitely saturated
     
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    You'll always be able to sell it, just depends on how much you will want for it. Price sells.
     
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    It's a buyers market for ARs

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    Expcet a lot of "I can buy a new one for that price" which is generally true...
     
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    The election didn't quite go like a bunch of people were thinking, so the market is saturated. I haven't bought a factory built rifle in a long time. More and more people are building them these days as well making it harder to unload one. It seems to me the higher end store boughts still move somewhat...
     
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    It will sell, just as others have mentioned, it's all about price.

    List it for $700, it will sit probably for a loooooong time and if the market stays saturated, probably won't sell. List it for $500-$550, will probably move descent.
     

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