Ya the seller really did a number on these couple sales - which will probably end up being a good opportunity for someone today! What his last one sold for and what this one will likely bring was and probably will be way under market.
There's a big IF in my question here....
but IF this gun was not correctly used by the LEO and that in itself makes it NOT a transferable, wouldn't this be a big problem for an non-FFL buyer? In other words, it wont have the value some people think it does? I am a newb about these guns but it seems like the key to their high value is it being transferable, which depends on it being used by LEO and not just stored by LEO.
See 1., 2., and 8. Specifically, the letter shown in 8. was provided by ATF when rifles which sat in a LEO inventory but were not used were attempted to be rendered Title I configuration.
Last edited by Nzfly; 03-18-2018 at 11:09 PM.
Nzfly @tw450 and @JNAP94 have all indicated.....the buyer should be extremely cautious. This 416 could easily be confiscated as "contraband", cut up and trashed by the BATF. Don't get me wrong......I'm ALLL about people having 416's, but I AM NOT about someone paying $17K-$25K.....only to see the ATF confiscate as "contraband"......cut up and dispose of. Just my $.02.5
In short......cover your A$$$.
A redneck's famous last words...."Hey everybody, watch this!"
Someone keeps slow bumping/bidding at the end of the 15min rule, stretching out that auction. Im sure the seller "appreciates it".
Top bidder is in Henderson NV...now what are the chances someone who is willing to spend that cheese is so close to the seller's location? Hummmmmm