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    Well, it looks like I'll be keeping my Taurus.
    I had it on Gunbroker & I had one bid on it for my starting price. Immediately after the auction, I get an e-mail from the buyer. He stated "I'm no longer interested in this item ... i read and seen the new updated description and its actually not the taurus I am looking for...so sorry for the mix up ... let me no what i can do to cancel this order". I replied back that the updated description had nothing to do with the gun and that since he placed a bid he entered into a contract. Then he asked if he could pay half now and half next week, to which I replied "Sorry, no". What a jerk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OldManBryson View Post
    Well, it looks like I'll be keeping my Taurus.
    I had it on Gunbroker & I had one bid on it for my starting price. Immediately after the auction, I get an e-mail from the buyer. He stated "I'm no longer interested in this item ... i read and seen the new updated description and its actually not the taurus I am looking for...so sorry for the mix up ... let me no what i can do to cancel this order". I replied back that the updated description had nothing to do with the gun and that since he placed a bid he entered into a contract. Then he asked if he could pay half now and half next week, to which I replied "Sorry, no". What a jerk.

    I'd definitely be reporting him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    I'd definitely be reporting him.
    I filed a non-paying bidder report on him today.
    I felt I had been more than patient with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldManBryson View Post
    Was that a "good year"?
    I can't remember what I had for lunch, but 1994 had to be better than 2020.
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