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I was thinking about selling my Kahr CW45 so I went on a gun auction site to see what current value might be.
There were two up for sale one had a high bid of $399.00 and sold for $409.00
The other is currently at $280.00 no reserve with a buy now price of $299.00.
With 7 bidders.
What baffles me is why at the current bid, would not one bidder spend $19.00 more and win the auction?
BTY there is a Glock 30 with a buy now price of $8,000.00 WTF?
I sent the seller a question about why it was an $8,000.00 gun, but did not get an answer yet.
 

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Seems like I recall that a "buy It now" price was only good until the first bid had been made.

That may have only applied to the site I was on - most likely auction arms.
 

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Seems like I recall that a "buy It now" price was only good until the first bid had been made.

That may have only applied to the site I was on - most likely auction arms.
I didn't think about that. It sold for $290.00
 
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