A&K M249 For sale or Trade

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by X2117, Jul 1, 2015.

  1. X2117

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    What's up guys, I have up for sale today an A&K M249 Para with a MAG brand auto winding drum magazine. I am the second owner, and nothing has been done internally to the gearbox. It has been given a paintjob and will come with everything you see in the picture.
    In case you aren't familiar with the PARA, the battery goes in the handguard. It is currently shooting 365 fps with .25 elite force bbs.
    I'd like to get $270 shipper for it.
    PM me any questions or trade offers you have. Worst I can do is say no.
     

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  2. X2117

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    Bump for the morning!
     

  3. Pierce09

    Pierce09 Active Member Supporting Member

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    Sub for interest in this. I'll PM this weekend
     
  4. X2117

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    Thanks for the sub! Bump for the weekend
     
  5. X2117

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    Bump for the day! Would love to get this sold.
     
  6. X2117

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    Bump for the day
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  7. X2117

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    Bump for the day, still up for grabs!
     
  8. X2117

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    Bumping this! It's still up for grabs!
     
  9. mikejosephman

    mikejosephman Moderator Alligator Staff Member Moderator

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    what's the price now? i'm not saying i'd be surprised it hasn't dropped, but the whole thing is painted, i mean the whole thing.
     
  10. killermoosed

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    Interested in a G&G GK5C?
     
  11. srgt_masters

    srgt_masters Member

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    I would totally get this..had I not have a MKII I'm trying to sell. damn it lol.
     
  12. killermoosed

    killermoosed New Member

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    Tuolumne(It\'s in the mountains about an hour and a half away from Modesto
    Are you Mr. Masters interested in a GK5C?;D
     
  13. srgt_masters

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    Negative Comrade Moose, requiring rubles for other things. Any other day I would have considered it.
     
  14. airsoft_adam

    airsoft_adam New Member

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    PM sent! (20 characters)
     
  15. X2117

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    Bump for the day, PM received and replied to. Not sure what was up with the comment about it being fully painted but thanks for the bump.
     
  16. tylerh1298

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    Here is a picture of the CYMA RAS II I would like to trade. Has a 400 mm TBB, QD suppressor with Knight's Armament Trades, 6 K120 midcaps, and a Valken 9.6 nunchuck battery. Also, will the M249 come with a battery?
     

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  17. X2117

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    Is the receiver metal or polymer?
    The M249 does not come with a battery
     
  18. tylerh1298

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    The receivers are fully metal. The only things that aren't are the pistol grip and the stock.
     
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    Also, is the battery plug a small or large tamiya?
     
  20. mikejosephman

    mikejosephman Moderator Alligator Staff Member Moderator

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    it was definitely not a bump, but a legitimate question. of the 249s I've sold, yours would probably fit in the category of "highly used" due to the paint job. if you go by the rules of thumb for reselling, a complete paint job knocks another 10-20% off your price, i've sold 2 mkIIs for less than you are asking.

    ask whatever you want, but it's common to take into account lack of upgrades and demand for something customized according to your liking(which includes not-so-easily-removable paint jobs). i was not trying to be rude, if i came across as such, it could be considered a success of sorts.

    another frequent misconception of m249 selling, is postage costs, which can easily be lessened if you know what you are doing and don't spend 40 to 50 bucks for no reason.