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Thread: Mistakenly bought a SCAR-H... how'd I do?

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    SCARs are magical guns. Enjoy.

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    I sold mine and bought FN 50.63's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainRaven View Post
    Bruh.

    How?
    I had a SW 69 on a preorder through a seller. Finally got around to shooting one and realized I hated it. Asked the seller to apply my money to a Glock 20. He did so, but charged me a fee for doing it and charged MSRP on the Glock. My down payment was non-refundable, so I was in a lose-lose situation. I ended up paying, with fees, taxes, shipping, FFL transfer, BGC, etc, about $760.

    I buy and sell a lot of guns, but I'll never sell the 20 as I'll NEVER get close to making my money back lol. But, I'm really happy with that 2x4 of a mountain gun, so meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowSpeed_HighDrag View Post
    I had a SW 69 on a preorder through a seller. Finally got around to shooting one and realized I hated it. Asked the seller to apply my money to a Glock 20. He did so, but charged me a fee for doing it and charged MSRP on the Glock. My down payment was non-refundable, so I was in a lose-lose situation. I ended up paying, with fees, taxes, shipping, FFL transfer, BGC, etc, about $760.

    I buy and sell a lot of guns, but I'll never sell the 20 as I'll NEVER get close to making my money back lol. But, I'm really happy with that 2x4 of a mountain gun, so meh.
    Wow. What a dick.
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