I have just bought a Ruger p95 whith stainless slide, case, 3 mags , and a speed loader. It has had three 30 rounds shot out of it . I paid three hundred for it . Did i get a good deal?
Yup,Sounds like a good deal.
that seems to be the going price for those Ruger P95's.
Any other guns in your armory?
Are you a plinker, target shooter, collector or none of the above?
This is not an interrogation. One question at a time .lol
handle more than one question at a time. Just watch Republicans when they get called to testify by the Dumbocrats.
Shit, I hate muslims.
not a bad deal....what caliber?
If so, it doesn't really matter if it was a good deal, does it? Research before a deal rather than after it is usually the best policy. Not that I have room to talk, I bought an '02 F350 and found out after I bought it that it had been in two minor accidents previously. ALWAYS GET THE CARFAX!!!!!
A ruger p95 with extra mags for 300.00 out the door is not a bad deal....but i agree....i research the fuck out of any gun i buy....i go on allot of gun review sites,,,,you-tube and go to the local gun shop to hold a simuler gun to get the feel.as well as ask you fine homos.....
I always knew you had a thing for me, beaner
although it may be a nice used gun, you are putting your trust in the guy who said he only shot 30 rds. out of it, which I find it hard to believe... reason being, most ammo comes in 20rd, 50rd, or 100 rd boxes. Did he just shoot half a box, then quit? Possibly... but I doubt it. Either way, a used gun is just like a used car, it loses value right when you drive it off the lot. $300 isn't a steal for a P95, but you didn't get raped either. I think its a pretty fair price for both parties.
especially if its a starter gun.Ruger is a good solid inexpensive gun. kinda bulky for my taste but never the less.
if in new condition not a bad deal but not great.