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    I didn't see anything that said we couldn't post a gun for sale so here goes.

    Springfield Armory PC9802LP
    .45ACP Loaded Micro-Compact Lightweight
    Bi-tone Operator w/light rail and Insite XML light
    Original Thin-line coco-bolo grips and
    VCD custom grips
    Stainless slide with Novak style tritium night sights
    3" fully supported ramped bull barrel
    All of the loaded features
    Precision-fit forged frame, slide and barrel
    Flat serrated main-spring housing
    Lowered and flared ejection port
    Delta lightweight hammer
    Titanium firing pin, carry bevel treatment
    Ambi. Thumb safety
    Beavertail grip safety
    Dovetail sights
    Adjustable speed trigger
    2 factory magazines 6 round
    2 Wilson magazines 6 round
    Springfield custom shop reamed barrel and polished feed ramp
    New Micro-Compact reverse spring plug
    New Micro-Compact inner spring plug
    New Micro/Chanp/EMP9 inner spring #21
    New Micro-Compact outer recoil spring
    New Micro-Compact Mod. recoil guide rod
    New Micro-Compact guide rod head

    Left handed IWB K&D Cochise Defender leather holster with a sweat guard
    and double mag pouch
    Left handed OWB Blade-Tech SRB Kydex holster
    and Kydex double mag pouch

    The original box, manual, ILS key and take down bushing.

    This pistol has approximately 6K rounds thru it and is immaculate.
    FFL Xfer, buyer pays all xfer fee’s. FTF, no fees involved.



    MSRP is $1420.00

    I’m asking $900.00

    Pictures http://s673.photobucket.com/albums/vv94/Flippinstk/

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    AJG wrote:
    FTF Xfer only, buyer pays all xfer fee’s.
    Is this a private sale, or are youtransferring this through a FFL?

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    buster81 wrote:
    AJG wrote:
    FTF Xfer only, buyer pays all xfer fee’s.
    Is this a private sale, or are youtransferring this through a FFL?
    FTF doesn't have any transfer fees

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    Sorry.... FFL not FTF

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    Well as long as you're going through an FFL why would the buyer not get a new one, without 6000 rounds through it, at $1020 plus $30 shipping instead?

    http://www.gunsamerica.com/950322840...EW_PX9801L.htm

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    peter nap wrote:
    buster81 wrote:
    AJG wrote:
    FTF Xfer only, buyer pays all xfer fee’s.
    Is this a private sale, or are youtransferring this through a FFL?
    FTF doesn't have any transfer fees
    You can see my confusion.

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    Curtis wrote:
    Well as long as you're going through an FFL why would the buyer not get a new one, without 6000 rounds through it, at $1020 plus $30 shipping instead?

    http://www.gunsamerica.com/950322840...EW_PX9801L.htm
    Well then a buyer can feel free and buy a new one... and take on everything else involved to get it running flawlessly.

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    Buster...

    Can be either a FFL xfer (buyer pays the xfer fees) or FTF.

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    Everything it takes to get it running flawlessly? With Springfield's excellent warranty it shouldn't be hard. Or you could put 6000 rounds through it apparently? I dunno much about the Micro Compacts... are they all faulty or was your's especially faulty, which in turn is what drove that comment?

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    Curtis,

    All I was trying to get across was that these little guns take a while to get broken in, find ammo that it likes to feed without a hickup. Plus it might take a trip or 2 back to SA before you get it to your liking. THAT goes with any gun not just these, and your right SA has "EXCELLENT" warranty service and thats where all the work was done. read my original post. So if a "buyer" wants to buy new... then by all means, buy new.

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    Never knew break in periods were that troublesome. Never were for me. :shock:

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    Cool guns, but that's a high mileage weapon there... Especially at what you're asking. Good luck with the sale.

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    Curtis wrote:
    Never knew break in periods were that troublesome. Never were for me. :shock:
    Never said it was troublesome, I said it takes some effort.

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    In the context of my post it was compared to the break in periods on the pistols I've owned and based on that... it's troublesome.

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    Cracker wrote:
    Cool guns, but that's a high mileage weapon there... Especially at what you're asking. Good luck with the sale.
    I guess it depends on the the individuals definition of high mileage, in my eyes thats very subjective. And yes, they are cool guns.

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    Curtis wrote:
    In the context of my post it was compared to the break in periods on the pistols I've owned and based on that... it's troublesome.
    I understand Curtis, but I dont think that I said how long it took for me to break it in or what that entailed. Trying different ammo is expensive, waiting a few weeks to get it back from SA,Troublesome? perhaps... but its more time consumming than troublesome. Define breakin.... 100, 500 or 1000 rounds? Thats up to the individual, but in the end it just means that the indiuvidual is 100% confidant that the pistol will perform. I've had guns that Ive felt good with just after 100 rounds. But as always on here this thread is going off kilter. Its a great gun in excellent condition, and I'll either sell it or trade it for something of similar value. Thanks for the posts.

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    Lol now I see why most sites have a "no criticism" rule on fs threads. I like it better this way where you can view others opinions prior to buying. Better for the buyer.

    Btw id want 10% off for "as new" which is 900$. For heavilly used more like 30-50%.

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    Lol now I see why most sites have a "no criticism" rule on fs threads. I like it better this way where you can view others opinions prior to buying. Better for the buyer.

    Btw id want 10% off for "as new" which is 900$. For heavilly used more like 30-50%.
    It's generally civil here....other places it gets bloody when someone wants to drive the price down.

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    well the civil comment has yet to be seen... most are critical, opinionated and condesending. especially on here but its all good... I'm glad that I can afford to put 6K rounds thru a gun andcomfortably ask what I did for it. If your not knowledgable about the type of gun or willing to open a good conversation about it.... then you should just keep your comments to yourself.

    Why not just buy a new one? Go right ahead., never said not too....

    Never knew break in periods were that troublesome. Never were for me. clappin for you....

    In the context of my post it was compared to the break in periods on the pistols I've owned and based on that... it's troublesome. Obviously your one of the lucky ones that have never had to
    put effort into it.. for that I'm happy for ya.....



    Mods.... just delete my post... this is troublesome! I'm done

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    conhntr wrote:
    Lol now I see why most sites have a "no criticism" rule on fs threads. I like it better this way where you can view others opinions prior to buying. Better for the buyer.

    Btw id want 10% off for "as new" which is 900$. For heavilly used more like 30-50%.
    Dude... my heavily used would be in much better condition than your like new. Plus.. tell me where you saw any comment that said, "LIKE NEW"?

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    AJG wrote:
    Mods.... just delete my post... this is troublesome! I'm done
    There aren't any mods here...that's why we're all so civil.

    You do realize Curtis was just pointing out the simple reality of your sale price....don't you?

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    and your point is?

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    You misread my post. I said a 10% of street price (what you are asking) would be a good deal IF it was lnib. For a heavilly used arm i would want to pay 30-50 percent off nib street price. In this case 500-700

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    AJG wrote:
    and your point is?
    My point was that you were asking too damn much for the thing and Curtis was trying to point it out.

    Now you can ask whatever you want. I don't care. Hell, you can't even decide if you want to sell it FTF, FFL or by blessing of a priest.

    Put whatever price you want on it but don't bitch at me just because someone pointed out that shooting it 6000 times doesn't make it more valuable.

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    AJG wrote:
    and your point is?
    [flash=320,256]http://www.youtube.com/v/UXoNE14U_zM&hl=en_US&fs=1&[/flash]

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