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Discussion in 'Appraisals - What's this worth?' started by nchunt101, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. nchunt101

    nchunt101 Member Charter Member

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    I am considering posting a complete PSA EPT lower and a Roggio lower with the trigger and front take down pin installed for $225. Am I off base with these prices. I know the market is flooded but seems fair to me.
     
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    New the PSA EPT is $110 shipped http://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-ept-moe-lower-build-kit-7780997.html

    The Roggio is not worth much. IIRC they are out of business and their QC was bad. You might get someone to give you $25-50
     
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    cubrock Swell guy Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    PSA runs MOE EPT lowers on sale pretty regularly for around $150 shipped, sometimes even less. The Roggio is probably not worth more than an Anderson, which you can get new for under $50 right now. I don't see the trigger and front pin helping it that much.

    But, the private sale aspect of it may appeal to some. All you can do is try.
     
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    Yep the two replies are spot on.
     
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    nchunt101 Member Charter Member

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    Pretty much what I was thinking. Back on the shelf they go. Good to know about the Roggio. I got it as trade fodder and have little or nothing in it. Just liked the Fayettville rollmark.
     
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    cubrock Swell guy Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    I've had a couple Roggios that were fine. Not all were out of spec, but enough were that they developed a bad reputation - which was deserved. If you do decide to sell it, selling it built will be a lot easier than selling it stripped. That will at least show it will go together and work.
     
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