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Old 04-16-2019, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default I already have 357Sigs! I already have P Series Rugers!!...

...Then this guy at work comes in with a Ruger P91DC... basically NIB... and a basically NIB Glock 32. I was thinking $325 for the Ruger and $425 for the Glock was my upper limit. He wants a little more....what say you? What do you think a good price would be?
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I'm not a Glock guy, so I don't have any idea. The Ruger is interesting though. They only made that model for 2 years and they were made in DA only and DC models. I haven't seen any reference to them being made with a safety. I used to collect P-Series pistols back in the early 2000's and had a P91DC. If I was still collecting, I would give up to $450 if it was like new. Most of the older P guns are getting hard to find.
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