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Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by cf1105, Aug 14, 2019.
Been looking at a used NF 5X25F1 MOAR online...says “lightly used”...
1. Buying used is a Good way to save money
2. Do your due diligence on seller and item
3. Get lots of pictures
4. Ask for photo of his Drivers License
5. I dont think there is a way to hurt a atacr that wouldn't show in pictures.
Thanks for the advice and tips! I appreciate it so much! It’ll go on an HCA 30 Nosler..
Buck3 gave some awesome advice....(also call and talk one on one )
If you pay with paypal you purchase is insured and they will refund your money if something goes bad. They charge 3% but it is totally worth it.
Here's some buying tips from the AS site;
If it's on eBay see if it has their money back guarantee and check the sellers feedback.
I appreciate all of the advice and tips! Thanks so much, gentlemen!
Hogwash, no disrespect to you intended.
We made a purchase of new medical equipment, $1,250.00 approximately for our son. The item was 'a part' of what was advertised and what the descriptive photos showed. The company changed their site pictures later and the wording. PAYPAL told me I needed to work it out with the seller because PAYPAL would not and it was my responsibility if I wasn't happy with my purchase. With the restocking fee we would have lost 75% of what we paid. I kept the part.
A neighbor who's husband passed on gave us their unit, a very sweet lady. I had been plowing her drive when snow comes and keeping some of her appliances working.