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Had a guy on Facebook last night trying to sell an ex- two tone ASG MK23 painted in woodland camo with four mags for £100.

 

Suffice to say you can get the lot cheaper brand new all from Taiwan Gun haha

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Galaxy MP5K £120 - hey but 3 mags and a f*ckin sling too

 

http://forums.zeroin.co.uk/showthread.php?258937-Galaxy-MP5K-with-folding-stock

 

too bad there only £50 new atm with a high n low mag

 

http://gunfire.pl/product-eng-1152189545-Model-P5-K-PDW-G5-GALAXY-.html

 

so for another £70 you will get another mag or two and a sling.............

 

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BAAAAAARRRRRGGGGAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNN

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A "perfect condition eotech, except the scope lights don't light up" £25 :rolleyes:

 

Aww guy deleted the thread on Z1 laughed my ass of at the time but what made it worse was it wasn't even a real eotech or a high quality replica it was an ACM one :D

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Guy on Z1 trying to sell a "real steel" Surefire X300 even though it's very obvious that it's a cheap £30 replica...

 

http://forums.zeroin.co.uk/showthread.php?258017-Genuine-Surefire-X300-Weapon-Light

 

Don't need to have perfect eyesight or super ladies x-ray underwear nude boob staring glasses to see it's clearly real steel...

 

http://www.surefire.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=X300

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I like this thread already...

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Guy on Z1 trying to sell a "real steel" Surefire X300 even though it's very obvious that it's a cheap £30 replica...

 

http://forums.zeroin.co.uk/showthread.php?258017-Genuine-Surefire-X300-Weapon-Light

 

Don't need to have perfect eyesight or super ladies x-ray underwear nude boob staring glasses to see it's clearly real steel...

 

http://www.surefire.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=X300

 

Might not be a fake one, the code on the side of it suggests it's a very early surefire x300, available in 2003. Hence why it doesn't look like the current line-up

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Might not be a fake one, the code on the side of it suggests it's a very early surefire x300, available in 2003. Hence why it doesn't look like the current line-up

Afraid not, however I understand your statement. Surefire's logo has always remained the same and if you look at the curves above and below "Surefire" on his and compare them to current X300's you'll see a sight but noticeable difference between them. A real X300 (even the early ones) have the curves almost connecting to the Surefire name. However on his, there's a noticeable gap.

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I saw someone on Facebook trying to sell a 2 year old used one, with no upgrades or anything for £135 with one mag, and a sling. Not including postage.

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Afraid not, however I understand your statement. Surefire's logo has always remained the same and if you look at the curves above and below "Surefire" on his and compare them to current X300's you'll see a sight but noticeable difference between them. A real X300 (even the early ones) have the curves almost connecting to the Surefire name. However on his, there's a noticeable gap.

 

Ahh see what you mean, the curve shapes wrong too! on the genuine one start from a flat edge and go to a point, on his its a point on both ends of each curve. even the batteries have the same logo.

 

I've found some references to surefire changing their logo slightly in 2011 though, and looking through pictures lots of ones from pre 2011 with the same logo. these could also be fakes, at the ridiculous price these things cost clones can't be too uncommon. definately dubious enough to not bother with, good spot sir!

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Cmon, it comes with an extra high cap and a cheap sling, that's worth the extra £50.

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Cmon, it comes with an extra high cap and a cheap sling, that's worth the extra £50.

the Taiwan gun one comes with a sling :)

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Might be worth the extra £50 if it's delivered in person, in a dark car-park, to Eddy Murphy.

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TM P226 rail, yes the really old one, with 3 mags although one is knackered, hasn't been used in over a year,

 

£150 plus post!!!

 

Just popped up on one of the FB. Pages I have pointed out that a new P226 with a spare brand new mag is under his asking price........

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Guy selling M249 on facebook sales page. Says he needs money quick. Ask about age of the gun "dunno mate" FPS of gun "dunno mate" no mods or extras. I give him an offer of £150 as its around 60% of RRP. "I'm looking for more like £200 mate" Tell him that you can get them new for less with a warranty. Says whatever after me telling him that its a fair price for a gun that has unknown age and FPS but then about 45 mins later comes back with £160. Many chuckles were had.

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I've just seen that one XD

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Guy selling M249 on facebook sales page. Says he needs money quick. Ask about age of the gun "dunno mate" FPS of gun "dunno mate" no mods or extras. I give him an offer of £150 as its around 60% of RRP. "I'm looking for more like £200 mate" Tell him that you can get them new for less with a warranty. Says whatever after me telling him that its a fair price for a gun that has unknown age and FPS but then about 45 mins later comes back with £160. Many chuckles were had.

 

I've encountered "not known" with a fair few sales ive enquired as to the age of the product. It's a little bizarre.

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