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    It would definitely be a pretty expensive gamble. If I was listing and it was correct, I would certainly have all the important characteristics captured in the photos. A buyer shouldn't have to work so hard to find out all the particulars of a potential purchase.

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    For that amount of money the seller should list it accurately and that you can easily discern all markings/

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    Quote Originally Posted by P51Mustang View Post
    For that amount of money the seller should list it accurately and that you can easily discern all markings/
    Not replying to you directly but to the sentiment really.
    I sell a lot on GunBroker. If you're doing any kind of volume it's easy to omit things. Personally, I'm bad about leaving out pictures of serial numbers -- it just doesn't occur to me most of the time! I'll occasionally even forget to take a picture of a barrel bore.



    One thing anyone could do to help out a seller (in a "help me help you") type arrangement, is to ask questions early.

    Fellas, you'd be shocked by how many people wait until 5 hours before the auction ends to ask me some really off-the-wall specific question. It's hard to get where the item is stored and get a quality answer out in a time crunch!

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