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    Colt LE6920

    How much is my Colt LE6920 worth if I sell it outright to an individual?

    I have taken all of the extras off and put it back to stock. It has the restricted to the law enforcement stamp on the right side. It has about 700 rounds of PMC and Lake City ammo run through it.

    Nothing wrong with it, I would like a BCM 16" mid length. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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    I'd scour the net to find the average price of one in similar condition (don't forget forum classifieds). Or, check the average price on your model in new condition, and estimate the depreciation from there. Needless to say, the condition of the rifle inside and out, whether it comes with the original box, accessories, and paperwork, etc. will all come into play.

    Currently, the 'restricted' rollmark guns are going for a bit more than other 6920s right now, but that doesn't mean anyone's willing to pay the premium, especially on a pre-owned rifle.

    Good luck!

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    here they go for $1070 at wallyworld, + tax. if you have the same deal up there i'd say $900 if your lucky.
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    You have a solid 6920 that you want to sell for a midlength? Man, that is bad ju-ju right there! Personally I would keep the 6920 and save up for a BCM Midlength as a backup/extra weapon in addition to the 6920, instead of replacing it.

    Another option is just keep the 6920 and purchase, if you haven't already, more ammo, magazines, and other good to go items like a light, sling, red dot sight, classes, etc. as the money comes in.
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    Here's what I would do.
    Keep the 6920.
    Save up and buy a complete upper instead.

    A BCM upper mated to a Colt lower isn't going to spontaneously combust.
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    I just got finished researching the 6920 alot. You can get the basic one from online dealers for just under 1k delivered with no tax. Now, those do not have the restricted rollmark because Colt eliminated that, so unless someone really just wants that specific rollmark i'd say anything under that. Good luck, I should be picking mine up late next week.

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    I have a Restricted roll mark LE6920...guy at my local shop really wants one with this marking.

    Find the right guy and you could get around $1k to $1.5k for the marking. This is what I've been offered privately at my shop by some collectors of sorts that want this roll mark.

    Me....I'm not collecting this gun and really love it and shoot it and plan to have it for a long time.

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    I wouldn't pay more than $900 for a used 6920. They can be bought new for about that price.

    I don't follow rollmark values. If LE-marked 6920s are truly bringing $1500 anywhere, let me know. I know where there are bunches you can buy.

    Perhaps one of the Colt collector gurus can chime in on the reality of that situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skintop911 View Post
    I wouldn't pay more than $900 for a used 6920. They can be bought new for about that price.

    I don't follow rollmark values. If LE-marked 6920s are truly bringing $1500 anywhere, let me know. I know where there are bunches you can buy.

    Perhaps one of the Colt collector gurus can chime in on the reality of that situation.
    Don't hold out. Please link the $900ish 6920s for the rest of us!

    Again, just because the 'restricted' rollmark guns are going for more, doesn't mean people are paying it, especially on a used gun. Like you said, there are still plenty around.

    They're a unique reminder of the AWB, but personally, I think the new 'M4' and 'M4A1' rollmark guns are mo' betta'. Just my $.02.

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    If your are going to end up eating ~$200 selling the Colt, well, that's half the cost of a BCM upper. I would just save for the upper you want and keep an otherwise great piece of equipment.

    Sounds like a lot of hassle just to get mid length gas... but I'm lazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by totenkopf_u64 View Post
    If your are going to end up eating ~$200 selling the Colt, well, that's half the cost of a BCM upper. I would just save for the upper you want and keep an otherwise great piece of equipment.

    Sounds like a lot of hassle just to get mid length gas... but I'm lazy.
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    I've been looking for my first AR recently. I really want a Colt. Money is a serious factor at the moment (already bought a Garand and reloading equipment/supplies this year!). I looked around myself, searched, and posted in the official "where to find" thread stickied here. The best deals seem to be: The occasional LGS, some Walmarts, and (for currently in stock) the two below websites.

    If I were to consider a used 6920 I wouldn't personally want to spend more than $800-$850. $100-200 for a brand new gun I KNOW hasn't been fubar'd with is a premium I would be willing to pay. I can only assume plenty of other people think the same way. But that assumes that they know where to get the properly priced new guns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunkraut View Post
    Don't hold out. Please link the $900ish 6920s for the rest of us!
    G&R Tactical
    http://www.gandrtactical.com/cgi-bin...ction&key=6920


    DSG Arms
    http://dsgarms.com/ProductInfo/CO6920.aspx
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    Last edited by g5m; 07-04-12 at 23:31.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp View Post
    I've been looking for my first AR recently. I really want a Colt. Money is a serious factor at the moment (already bought a Garand and reloading equipment/supplies this year!). I looked around myself, searched, and posted in the official "where to find" thread stickied here. The best deals seem to be: The occasional LGS, some Walmarts, and (for currently in stock) the two below websites.

    If I were to consider a used 6920 I wouldn't personally want to spend more than $800-$850. $100-200 for a brand new gun I KNOW hasn't been fubar'd with is a premium I would be willing to pay. I can only assume plenty of other people think the same way. But that assumes that they know where to get the properly priced new guns.



    G&R Tactical
    http://www.gandrtactical.com/cgi-bin...ction&key=6920


    DSG Arms
    http://dsgarms.com/ProductInfo/CO6920.aspx
    I agree. 800-850 for a used gun.

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    Anyone have luck at there local Walmart selling the LE6920 for $1089? I've only found 1 locally myself but this seems to be a great deal on a great gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrums View Post
    Anyone have luck at there local Walmart selling the LE6920 for $1089? I've only found 1 locally myself but this seems to be a great deal on a great gun.
    $1047 at my local WM.

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    $850 to $875 would be a good price. I wouldn’t pay any more for a used 6920. Save for a BCM upper is the best advice in this thread so far.
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    There is a used one in a local Wisconsin shop
    for 1200$ it is bone stock and appears to have been a safe queen though
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    don't sell it!

    I paid $1100 out the door for my new 6920....I wager you could get $800-850 for yours. Be patient, save a little bit of dough here and there, and before you know it you'll have the Colt and your new rifle.

    Barring malfunction issues and constant headaches, I'm of the school that says you should never sell any gun you own. You'll just regret it!

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    You'll regret it. I love my BCM just as much as the next guy, but you just need to start your second build. What's the hurry? Shoot the shit out of your Colt in the meantime. You're feeling the itch of a 2nd AR.... it's completely normal...

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