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Four questions to ask yourself when purchasing your first used firearm

If you’ve never purchased a used firearm before, now is a great time to start looking for one. At Morr Range, purchasing the right used gun for you is now easier than ever. These four questions to determine which used gun is right for you will have you confidently leaving the shop with a smile on your face and a new firearm in your case. 

1. What purpose do you have for the used firearm?

The purpose of your new firearm has a large influence on the brand, caliber, and type of used gun you purchase. You may be looking for a firearm to take hunting, for recreational use, competitions, self-defense, or to have in a safe at home. Whatever your reason for purchasing a used gun, our team can help you find the perfect one for your needs when you shop at Morr Range.

2. What firearm will fit you best?

Knowing what firearm physically fits you best is very important. Are you right handed or left handed? This can have a large influence over the used firearm you purchase. Ambidextrous controls are beneficial for left-handed people. The size of your hands also will impact your decision. You should also find a size and shape grip that fits your hand best and is comfortable in your grasp. If you plan to carry your firearm on you, size should also be a consideration in your purchase. 

3. What is your budget?

Because used guns cost less than new ones, you should consider your budget and evaluate what you have to spend. Your money goes much further shopping used versus new. 

Whatever your reason for purchasing a used gun, our team can help you find the perfect one

4. How frequently do you plan on using the firearm?

Understanding what used guns are known for their reliability, durability, and longevity is important depending on how frequently you plan to use the firearm. 

When you are ready to make your first used firearm purchase, be sure to come prepared with what you have in mind and how you plan to use the gun. Ask questions, have an idea going in, and be confident in our team to help you find your perfect match.