Selling a gun and Honesty?
Let me hear your opinions, if you don't mind.
I'm trying to sell a gun right now (a Kahr PM9 I've talked about in the Kahr forum here). After recently shooting it with my wife, I'm beginning to think it's the shooter and not so much the gun. My wife didn't have any problems with the gun until the end of the night when her hands were sore/tired, but I had stoppages here and there throughout the night; I don't think I can grip it as well with my larger (than her) hands.
So, I've got it listed for sale and I openly stated this issue and that I believe it's the shooter and not so much the gun. I want to be honest and not dump a gun on someone, especially when it will most likely be used for CC (It's a concealed carry forum).
My question is, how many people would be this honest? I'm sure I've screwed myself by being honest, but darnit, that's just how I am. I've had one or two nibbles on it, but nothing serious. I've stated it's LNIB with about 500 rds through it, 3 mags and box/paperwork, night sights. I believe, and have been told, I've asked a reasonable price. I just don't need this gun, whether it's 100% reliable or not, I'd like something a little larger.
I'm sure it's a personal decision, but there's an upcoming gun show: Disclose this info, or keep it quiet and sell as is? Thoughts? :smt102