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In this video we discuss some of the important things to look for when shopping for a used firearm. This video covers military surplus primarily, however many of these points cross over to “modern” used firearms as well. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “How To Shop For a Used Gun

  1. What I’ve learned most is to know what they typically sell for new and then the average used price. a simple Google search will go a long way.

  2. I’ve been collecting since I was young. I love old ww2 and ww1 rifles. Some times I buy some older non War rifles but lots are overpriced.

  3. Eric and Chad, could you guys do a video on what to look for when buying a used martini henry .303 conversion, or an japanese arisaka.

  4. I’d like to see a video on Mausers and what to look for. I want to get into collecting Mausers big time

  5. Very informative….. just like buying a used car…… however on the flip side, I would like to think that gun sellers are going to value their goods and services and quality of service and reputation than a car dealer. That said, as firearms exchange many hands, it would in your best interest to do your homework and check the gun of interest out thoroughly, and negotiate the terms of a a better deal of a price that can be a win for you as the buyer and also to the seller.

    Yeah, buying mil-surps sight-unseen on GB……. I don’t know……. that could be a nail-biter.

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