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Old December 4, 2012, 07:55 PM   #9
mitchntx
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DNS ... I just don't follow the logic of offering me more in trade in an attempt to get me to spend more on something else.

I understand how an emotional buyer can get swept away in new gun/car/whatever fever and make a bad decision when the "deal" appears better than it is.

It appears to me that we are looking at this from two differing vantage points. I'm looking at it as a potential buyer and you are viewing from a potential seller's point of view.

In your scenario ... advantage seller.

Like I said, I would just prefer something a little more honest and upfront. No inflation of anything ... just FMV and let's make medicine.

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Ah, but you DO have two prices depending on your emotional attachment.
Why yes ... with emotional attachment, I probably wouldn't want to sell. It would take a heckuva deal to turn it loose.

I have an old, well worn, beat up Winchester 30-30 lever action that I learned to shoot with my dad. I've seen them at shows for $300 ... I wouldn't take $3000 for it.

So in that regard ... I do have two prices.
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