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    Pt 24/7 g2 45.

    I have a friend who wants to sell me his 24/7 G2 45.

    $340 including 50 round of practice ammo.

    Good deal or bad deal?
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    That's the replacement that they promised me for my PT 145 before they said that they weren't producing pistols in 45 ACP anymore. Somewhere around that time, 3 years ago, I recall someone stating that the trigger wasn't as good as the PT 145. I might think a used gun might be a tad cheaper than that. The ammo might have a 15.00 value. You may want to check with Taurus and learn what warranty might be if it needed repair..and what they would replace it with should it not be repairable.
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    I bought one new at Cabela's some years ago for $350.00. Sold it to another forum member because its trigger was terrible and I couldn't find a gunsmith who knew how to fix it. You don't mention its condition or your appraisal of its characteristics. IMO, maybe $320.00 if it's as-new, down to $300.00 if not.

    It would be nice if the G2C were available in .45. I've found a 'smith in my new home who knows how to work striker-fired pistols and I'm partial to that caliber.
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    Personally to me it sounds a little rich on the asking price. However, keep in mind that there is no such thing as a bad deal, as long as both the buyer and seller are happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdinGeorgia View Post
    I have a friend who wants to sell me his 24/7 G2 45.

    $340 including 50 round of practice ammo.

    Good deal or bad deal?

    ahh, why not check a local FFL shop near you IF you are a regular and ask them what they would give you for a used 24/7 and I bet you will find the buddys asking price is astronomical.
    Taurus does not have any real sale/trade value at any shop around here.
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    Thanks all for the info.

    I've sugggested that he list it on one of the trading sites to see what it will bring.

    I already have a 45 that I'm quite happy with so his Pistol is not something that I just have to have.
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    They've been going for 200-250 on GunBroker for the last year or so. Of course, you have the benefit of a personal examination, but I wouldn't pay more than $250 for it.
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    I paid $279 for a like new model about 6 months ago.

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    Under $280 for the kit I`d opt for the buy I am a G1 lover the G-2s have not had the bugs worked out
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    Kentucky Gun Co. has a blem/refurbished PT24/7 G2 Compact in .45acp listed for $309.99. "It continues to carry the exclusive Taurus Functional Lifetime repair policy; however, this unit is no longer under warranty for any cosmetic blemishes or defects." I was tempted, but I'm not sure what they would do if it needed repairs.
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