Another Gunbroker pickup. With a little luck of the Irish, I picked this FNS 9 with night sights up for $355. It was advertised as new but it said used when I got it and the night sights are a little dim. I'll try contacting FNH about it to see if I can't get a complementary replacement of the night sights.
Normally I'd share the sellers info but they're closing in 2 days and I had a pretty bad experience with their customer service.
Here's some tips when buying from Gunbroker. You're more likely to pay over retail (after shipping and FFL) if you're buying Glocks or 9mm. If you're really into handguns that are neither and you're patient you'll likely be able to get a great deal.
Do research, go to advanced search and look at auctions that have ended. What's the cheapest you've seen the weapon you're looking for sell at? What's the average? That lets you know when to stay and when to walk.
Remember, know your transaction fees before you bid. If you don't have an FFL find one. Call around and check prices. I recommend small shops, they're more likely to do it for less money than a Cabellas. Does the seller charge a credit card transaction fee? What is shipping?
Also, know what you could likely get the weapon for on the private local market either from a local shop or private sale. This will also help you know when to walk away from an auction.
Again, with patience, it's possible to pick up nice stuff on a budget.
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