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    Keep in mind the losing bidder was needed in driving it up too. Makes me wonder if it was 2 jerks playing games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ybnqskp View Post
    I agree. Even a crack head wouldn’t pay that. Someone running the price up just to be a jerk.

    And that’s the problem now with gunbroker because the poor seller is left to deal with the BS gunbroker non paying bidder process to get his fees back and out of a legitimate sale
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    I don't doubt that it really sold with good intentions. I've been watching prices of everything and it's been getting crazier and crazier.

    I could see the winning bidder actually meaning to legitimacy buy it then maybe getting scared after the bidding war high wore off though

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    Quote Originally Posted by bystok View Post
    And that’s the problem now with gunbroker because the poor seller is left to deal with the BS gunbroker non paying bidder process to get his fees back and out of a legitimate sale
    You are correct. I sold a Mini Uzi there for $3700 and the bidder didn’t pay and it was a long nightmare trying to recoup the selling fee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bystok View Post
    I bet the seller never gets paid...just look at the buyer info....he should be banned from Gunbroker. Gunbroker has had a noticeable decline in the caliber of folks using the platform and I speak from experience with lots of deadbeats there in the last 12-18 months!

    Same guy also just bought this SP5 for 3577 and already received feedback that he paid. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/855095663

    $5,725 plus shipping for a SP5 SBR kit... holy ****.


    It's a real shame, he could of bought mine instead and saved a couple hundred dollars... :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bestiller View Post

    I agree, I think a large portion of the SP5 buyers are 1st time MP5 platform owners and are looking to get their “Die Hard” look on and are shilling out any amount for non F A3 stocks to achieve the iconic MP5 look.
    What is so special about the non F stocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadLew View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bestiller View Post

    I agree, I think a large portion of the SP5 buyers are 1st time MP5 platform owners and are looking to get their “Die Hard” look on and are shilling out any amount for non F A3 stocks to achieve the iconic MP5 look.
    What is so special about the non F stocks?
    They are no longer manufactured and rarely show up for sale in NIB condition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bestiller View Post
    They are no longer manufactured and rarely show up for sale in NIB condition
    I bet rustoleum and krylon shares are through the roof right now! LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bestiller View Post
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    I agree, I think a large portion of the SP5 buyers are 1st time MP5 platform owners and are looking to get their “Die Hard” look on and are shilling out any amount for non F A3 stocks to achieve the iconic MP5 look.
    What is so special about the non F stocks?
    They are no longer manufactured and rarely show up for sale in NIB condition
    What’s the difference between a non F stock and a current F stock though? I guess what I’m asking is what makes the non F stock so desirable as opposed to a new one straight from HK?

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    I wish I sold my retractable stock for that much instead of $300 lol

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