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davycoppitt

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Blocked!
I had to block him as well. I was trying to sell a sleeping bag on here for a decent price. He posted an add for sleeping bags from sportsmans guide for cheaper, but they were no comparison. Tried to make me looking like I was ripping people off. Bitch move if you ask me. I sold the bag on here and the buyer was very happy. Other forms have rules that you cannot try to block a sale unless they are scamming or misleading.
http://www.goldismoney2.com/showthread.php?79272-Military-Sleeping-Bag-for-sale
 
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QWAK,davycoppitt,I have the right to post my personal opinions and alternative options for other GIM members to read and evaluate. :applause_smiley:

If I think an offer is unfair or unreasonable or taking advantage of others I may or may not (my option) comment on the post.:36_1_28:

If you don't like it that is YOUR problem :s13: deal with it!:thinkey::thumb.aspx::realmad:

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I wish it was true that all silver ounces were worth the same then I would only buy rare collectors silver art. But the truth is this silver sells for a huge premium over generic silver
When SHTF all silver will be the same, numismatics will be reduced to pocket change.
 
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Silver is not more rare than gold. That is simply not true.
It depends how you look at it. There are no large stockpiles of silver left, they have all been used up. Whereas ALL the gold stockpiles are still around and getting larger every yer. Gold never gets used up where it is not recycled, all the gold stockpiles just get larger and it becomes less rare.

Every year gold becomes more abundant and silver less so.
 
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When SHTF all silver will be the same, numismatics will be reduced to pocket change.
If you are right then I will swap all my generic for numismatic xxx24

Of course you are full of crap. Who in their right mind would swap numismatic for generic ounce for ounce?
 

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When SHTF all silver will be the same, numismatics will be reduced to pocket change.
When SHTF all silver will be the same, some numismatics will be reduced to pocket change.

Fixed it for ya
 

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When SHTF all silver will be the same, some numismatics will be reduced to pocket change.

Fixed it for ya
When shit doesn't hit the fan, then what? It's not logical to play every day like tomorrow the world is going to come crashing down.

Numies can bring profit if you play it right, and can be a cool hobby to get into. I've seen a lot of people make profit off of them and shit ain't hit the fan yet.
 
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When shit doesn't hit the fan, then what? It's not logical to play every day like tomorrow the world is going to come crashing down.

Numies can bring profit if you play it right, and can be a cool hobby to get into. I've seen a lot of people make profit off of them and shit ain't hit the fan yet.
Spot on, mostly generic for long term for me with a little numismatic for short term profit.
 

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In defense of the OP:

I sold many of my Liberty Dollars on eBay for significantly more than spot, simply because they became instant numismatics after the DOJ debacle.

Rarity is certainly a consideration.
 
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In defense of the OP:

I sold many of my Liberty Dollars on eBay for significantly more than spot, simply because they became instant numismatics after the DOJ debacle.

Rarity is certainly a consideration.
Yes a great coin in limited numbers of mintage is what I'm interested in.