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According to our rating scale I would Rate this gun "Good". I have taken multiple pictures to show the condition of it. We want you to get the best impression of it. With the hopes when you get it, that it is better than what you thought.
100% working order.
Some scratches and dings
Comes with gun and one mag. The bore I would rate 7 out of 10. If I had to rate the firearm in condition I would say 7 out of 10.(Please see my pictures for a better detailed idea), Please see all Photos for a very detailed Description of condition.
We rate firearms using these condition standards, for modern firearms.
NEW-A gun given a grade of "new" looks just as it did when it left the factory and has never been sold at a retail store.
PERFECT-A “perfect” gun is literally as good as new, although it may have been sold in a retail store.
EXCELLENT-An “excellent” rating means the gun appears to be in perfect condition but may have had minor use.
VERY GOOD-A “very good” firearm is perfect mechanically but may have minor cosmetic blemishes.
GOOD-A rating of “good” indicates that the gun is in proper working condition but may show signs of wear.
FAIR-A “fair” firearm may or may not be in safe working order. It has not been test fired, only visually inspected. It may need repair or maintenance.
UNRATED-Unrated condition means this firearm has not been test fired, it may function perfectly or it may be in need of repair. Cosmetically it may be in very good to fair condition. You will need to look at the pictures and ask questions
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Barrel Length||3.41 BARREL|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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