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  1. Concealedonline Reviews - 4 Things You Should Consider Before Buying A Used Gun

  2. Buying a used gun is a viable option for those who’re working on a tight budget, but it comes with challenges that don’t come with brand new firearms. Buying a used gun may be intimidating, especially for beginners. What if it turns out to be a dud or you end up paying 50% more than what it’s worth? While there’s a bit of luck that determines how good of a deal you get, there are a few other things you can do to make sure you’re not getting cheated.

  3. Store Reputation Matters There are three ways you can buy used guns; online, gun stores, or at pawn shops. Buying a gun online is riskier because you can’t inspect the gun in person. You can only rely on pictures, descriptions and user reviews. Before researching the gun you’re interested in, research the online store that’s selling it. There are many services like URLVoid that can help you figure out if the site is a scam or not. Go through search engine results and read user experiences. This way, you’ll get an idea of the site’s reliability. Brick-and-mortar stores are more reliable than online stores. Find a local online gun community and inquire about the store. Talk to the employees to learn about the store’s history and sales policies. Purchasing a gun from pawnshops can be risky because you’re not going to get a warranty. All you can do is inspect the gun and if possible, bring an expert with you.

  4. Inspect the Gun Thoroughly It’s not a good idea to enter a store without having done any research beforehand. Figure out the type of gun you’re interested in and learn about its features so you can ask the right questions. Check for signs of wear and tear. Damage to parts like the bolt or side release is a bad sign. Disassemble the gun and examine the moving parts thoroughly. Check for rust, indentations and bulges. With the permission of the salesperson, put the gun back together and try a couple of dry fire shots. Warranty Some stores offer a warranty policy that’ll allow you to return the firearm in case of any defects. If the store offers warranties and has a good reputation for customer service, you’re good to go.

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