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Gun Gripes #140: “Condition is King”

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In this gripe we discuss how condition is king and sometimes people think that poor or non-original condition doesn’t have any effect on the value of a given gun.

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7 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #140: “Condition is King”

  1. I don’t care what you collect be it Beer Cans, Beanie Babies, Hot Wheels, or whatever…if you have a desirable or rare item that looks like hammered dog poop, it’s not worth top dollar. it doesn’t matter what some “collector” book someone published. Beware of the Gun Show clowns with the “I have one and you don’t” mentality who want big bucks…Like the guy with the “Dirty Harry” S&W Model 29 44magnum that’s all scratched up,. holster worn and a cracked handle for $1800 walk on by!

  2. Whoever says this is an amateur. There are many factors in firearms purchases, even from a collector’s standpoint. Condition, functionality, rarity, ammunition availability, etc. Goid video guys!

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