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Thread: For Sale: Smith & Wesson .40 pistol

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    For sale I have a Smith & Wesson .40 Sigma (S&W40VE) in near-mint condition. It has had approximately 800 rounds put through it in it's lifetime, and has served me as a good gun since I've had it. This gun is comfortable to conceal, is easy to fit a holster for if you want to open carry, and comes with two 14 round magazines (14+1) as well as the case, paperwork, and gun lock. I hate to give this gun up, because it was the first one I owned, but the fiancee said that I had to sell my current one in order to get my Glock. It has been cleaned after every fire and has been well maintained. It's DAO, and has a long trigger pull, but nothing worse than a typical revolver. Great gun overall, and I hate to see it go.

    Here are the technical specs.

    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...egory_rn=15713


    MSRP: $458

    Asking: $325 or best offer.

    Will consider trade for a Mossberg 500 Tactical, or Winchester Model-94 30-30.

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    I know someone that might be interested in but i think your price is a little STEEP! $369 brand new with a $50 rebate, do the mathe and brandnew its $319!! Its kinda like Kelly Blue book and people will look at private party value and dealer value then split it! Well thats not how it works if its a private party sale its a private party sale. My friend has a mossburg tatical and he is looking for sw40ve like mine but i dont know what you all could figure out. Just a bit of advice coming from a life long salesman. shoot me a message if you are interested in the trade and ill check with him!

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    Again, don't bump threads that are 5 months old.

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    I am really sorry, i have been reading all the way back and didnt even realize what date that was from I am sorry!:?

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    Sorry to bump the old thred again, but did you get what you were lookin for when you sold this, i love mine and i am sorry you had to let it go lol! Did you sell or trade? Just curious?

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    lol, no problem.

    I bought a Glock 23.


    Almost identical gun with a 900% better trigger pull, fixed sights instead of adjustable (I don't know how many times I knocked my sights out of place when carrying with that damn thing), and about 100% more accuracy. :P

    Was a great decision, and was WELL worth the $200 extra.

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