> why are u selling that jeff?
Well, two reasons. The first is logical, the second is absurd to the point
where you're probably going to laugh, then say, you're shitting me, then
call me a liar. Oh, there's a third reason, too.
1. It's called a house. It's called a 30 year old air conditioner. It's
called a driveway the city says I need to level out. It's called a kitchen
floor the wife says has got to go. It's called a family room I need to
drywall. It's not that I don't have the money, but the sale of my paintball
markers(an almost $5000 return on $2000 investment, I might add) will
definitely put a hefty dent in the cost, which is going to be around $20K.
2. I want to start my collection over again. From the bottom. I want to
sell ALL of my guns, and start over again. I found there was a point, not
long after I acquired this marker, that I had all the markers I was
interested in acquiring. To me, it's the thrill of the hunt, not the
acquizitions themselves. I enjoy scouring ebay for rare and unique items at
bargain ba***t prices. So, once I had all the guns I had, I didn't want
them any more. So, I'm selling them. When I get back down to nothing(well,
only my playing guns), I'll start over again. I don't expect you to
understand, I barely comprehend it myself.
3. I happen to be very good at the buying and selling of vintage paintball
equipment, especially at a profit to myself. I don't mean to be a
capitalist pig, but I've made a lot of money in the past little while off my
investments in paintball markers. I pick them up from people who generally
have no clue what they've got, at relatively cheap prices, and then sell
them as they SHOULD be sold, knowing all the stuff that I do about these
markers. Knowledge is power, when it comes to selling. The guy who sells a
gun and says, shit I don't know anything about it, is not going to get
nearly the amount of money for an item that comes from someone who knows
what they're doing. That's what I do. I provide comfort, experience and
knowledge to my buyers, and let me tell you, it's one of the most important
things when selling ANYTHING. Just ask the people who have bought stuff
from me around here.
Jeff Goslin - MCSD
Not buying the Angel: -$1300
Bag of paint and some 12 grams: $5
Bunkering an electro-punk with my PGP: Priceless
Don't forget your VISA card, punk.