Gauge ~ I was the same way when I first found that site, but I have found VERY few good deals on there. Most auctions are retailers that want full price PLUS shipping and then you pay recieving cost on your end too. Some things are priced well, but be sure to compare prices locally before you buy.
Farmboy, I noticed that as well.
Yet some of the guns listed are @ a better price then around here locally.
I found a Browning Gold-Semi Auto- 3 1/2" 12 Gauge 24" barrel & walnut stocks without a reserve on it.It sold for under $600.00.
It was an older model yet never fired.
Your right...Ya got to look and read allm before bidding.
I like the history leasons you get as well on the different models of guns.
Like all the different grades & dates of the - Browning B.A.R. S
ive bought a mauser 98 off there and saw a good deal on a s&w i bolt and on an older ruger 1 plus a couple good deals on ar 15s i get on there to look for older guns and hard to find like the icon davidsons is also good and ruger makes limited edition guns just for that website but they only sell for msrp
And don't forget the FFL dealers tip as well. I do like to look and compair prices tho against local shops prices. But there is something about looking and holding that new gun in the shop that will keep me buying a gun in person.
Bid away guys, I'm DONE with gunbroker. They suspended my account last week because of "possible duplicate account" - me having more than 1. I contacted them back and told them I do not and will not have more than one. They said they verified my account and re-opened it but I cannot bid until I give them my credit card # and let them charge me $1 to prove that it is real. They will hold my $1 until I close my account or sell something through them. I dont know about you all but I dont give my credit card # to ANYONE on the internet. So I'm out, you guys have fun.