I haggle when it's appropriate. I know, within +/- $20, what a "fair price" is for a particular firearm. Regardless of how the firearm is priced, I will generally offer a fair retail price - take it or leave it. I don't waste time with the folks that are looking for suckers.
Now, on occasion, I will come across a gun that is truly unique. The seller will know its unique and there may not be anyway of knowing really what a fair price is. This happens more with low serial numbers, early production dates, low production number guns, and older guns that are in excellent condition. That's when the real haggling takes place.
Last edited by Skans; January 7, 2013 at 11:27 AM.