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Thread: Exporting my nighthawk Agent 1

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    Genuine question. I am not familiar with these pistols. Why is it worth so much?
    I dislike having a battle of wits when my opponent comes unarmed....it just seems so unsportsmanlike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid_Snake View Post
    If you're not putting that money towards the fight against the recent ban or covid front-line workers then who cares what you got..
    Maybe leave the condescension and attempting to dictate what other people can do with their legally owned property and money to prime minister fancy socks.

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    I belive they're handmade, one gunsmith make the rifle from start to finish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Light Infantry View Post
    Genuine question. I am not familiar with these pistols. Why is it worth so much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light Infantry View Post
    Genuine question. I am not familiar with these pistols. Why is it worth so much?
    Extremely tight tolerances, impeccable fit and finish, and in this case a limited run.

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    Hey Keisersoze,

    We have to follow the regulations set out by ATF. Here is an example of the engraving marking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keisersoze View Post
    Awesome for you and the buyer, you got what its worth and he added a nice piece to his collection. Just out of curiosity did you happen to see the engraving? Was it enough to ruin the looks? Where was it engraved? On the frame?


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    Quote Originally Posted by IRUNGUNS View Post
    Hey Keisersoze,

    We have to follow the regulations set out by ATF. Here is an example of the engraving marking.

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    Placing it in the rail is a nice clean way of doing it. Smart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik123 View Post
    I belive they're handmade, one gunsmith make the rifle from start to finish.
    Do you really not know the difference between a rifle and a pistol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light Infantry View Post
    Genuine question. I am not familiar with these pistols. Why is it worth so much?

    Why is anything worth what it sells for?

    In my opinion this gun isn’t worth half what was paid, but I don’t collect quasi-custom pistols. Yes, it’s well made. Yes, it’s limited production. But for the same money you can get a full house actual 1/1 custom built to your specs by one of the top names in 1911’s if you’re willing to wait. For the guy who loves Nighthawk and collects them I’m sure it was worth exactly what he paid and then some. Different strokes, and all that.

    Sounds like everyone walked away happy, so all is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lookingforantiques View Post
    Do you really not know the difference between a rifle and a pistol?
    Easy Debbie, I mistyped.

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